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Housing plan will help protect environment Listen
Paul Zimmerman from Designing Hong Kong says he agrees that a government plan to build 28,000 flats south of Yuen Long could help to protect the environment in the area. He says the brownfield sites there are not doing any good for the surroundings. Zimmerman also says he's not worried about the development infringing on the Tai Lam Country Park as only one particular area of the housing plan will be near it. He spoke to Annemarie Evans.
Government urged to monitor recycling bins Listen
An environmental group has urged the government to start removing four-in-one recycling bins from the city's streets and to place them in government buildings so that staff can supervise people using them. This comes after a recent study Greeners Action carried out found recycling facilities around the city are overflowing with rubbish, rather than items that can be put to good use. The group said it rummaged through 23 recycling bins in 14 districts and found less than 40 percent of the contents were actually recyclable. Greeners Action's assistant project manager Man Yip spoke to Timmy Sung.
Britain remembers Princess Diana's shock death 20 years on Listen
Fans and friends of Diana, Princess of Wales, were marking 20 years since her death as Britain looked back on the day when the shocking news broke she had been killed in a late-night Paris car crash. Her death triggered an unprecedented outpouring of grief across the country. Two decades on and the nation has still not forgotten, with well-wishers laying flowers and candles outside Kensington Palace in London. RTHK's London correspondent Gail Downey tells Annemarie Evans that it’s incredible the impact Princess Diana still has in Britain.