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Our main evening newscast. Weekdays 18:00 - 19:00.
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2017-07-10
Monday

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Lunch with Carrie ‘good’ opportunity to communicate’: Kenneth Leung  Listenfacebook
Chief Executive Carrie Lam held a lunch on Monday with lawmakers in her latest attempt to mend fences between the government and the legislature. Some opposition lawmakers chose not to go; while others used the occasion to press their demands to the new leader in person. Accountancy sector lawmaker Kenneth Leung was among the pan-democrats who attended the lunch. He told RTHK’s Annemarie Evans that it was no big deal, and critics shouldn’t read their presence as some sort of political compromise:
Government asked to divert Macau ferries to save dolphins  Listenfacebook
Conservationists are urging the government to divert high-speed ferries between Hong Kong and Macau to a more southerly route to protect the endangered Chinese white dolphins from harm. The Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society says a survey it carried out show the majority of Hong Kong people wouldn't mind paying a bit more, if it means the dolphins could be given more room to survive. Its chairman, Taison Chang, told Jim Gould that dolphin numbers have plummeted in recent years, and they're facing grave threats from massive construction works around Lantau:
Trump son admits meeting with Kremlin-linked lawyer  Listenfacebook
Donald Trump's eldest son said on Sunday that he met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer shortly after his father clinched the Republican nomination, hoping to get information helpful to the campaign. A New York Times report Sunday citing advisers to the White House briefed on the encounter said Donald Trump Jr. agreed to the meeting after being promised information damaging to Hillary Clinton. Glenn Shive, the executive director of the Hong Kong America Centre, gave more details to Annemarie Evans: