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Green group calls on Hong Kong wood recycling plant to step up efforts, transparency in wake of super typhoon
Friends of the Earth said that while the Environmental Protection Department was “more prepared” than it was when Super Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong five years ago, the government’s recycling efforts still had a long way to go.
After receiving more than 100 applications to take part, the UN finally released a list on Tuesday night of 41 speakers which did not include China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan or India.
Heavy rainfall halts schools in Hong Kong, as Shek O Road closed again after emergency repair works washed away
After allowing limited access on Shek O Road to red minibuses and government vehicles, the Transport Department announced at 5.50 pm that light vehicles would be able to pass from about 9 pm.