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Sports on TV

Friday, June 16
Rugby: Union New Zealand v Samoa
Time: 3:00PM
Rugbypass
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Rugby: NRL Rabbitohs v Titans
Time: 5:50PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Golf: US Open Championship 2017 Highlights -Day 1
Time: 6:00PM
Now Channel 671
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Saturday, June 17
Rugby: Summer Tour Rugby Australia v Scotland
Time: 1:00PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Rugby: B & I Lions Tour 2017 NZ Maori v Lions
Time: 3:35PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Rugby: NRL Cronulla v Tigers
Time: 5:30PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Golf: US Open Championship 2017 Highlights -Day 2
Time: 6:00PM
Now Channel 671
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Rugby: Summer Tour Rugby South Africa v France
Time: 10:55PM
Now Channel 679
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Sunday, June 18
Rugby: Summer Tour Rugby Eels v Dragons
Time: 2:00PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Cricket: Icc Champions Trophy 2017
Time: 5:20PM
Now Channel 674
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Golf: US Open Championship 2017 Highlights -Day 3
Time: 6:00PM
Now Channel 671
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Monday, June 19
Golf: US Open Championship 2017 Highlights -Day 4
Time: 6:00PM
Now Channel 671
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Tuesday, June 20
Rugby: B & I Lions Tour 2017 Chiefs v Lions
Time: 3:35PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Bert’s
With sound
Wednesday, June 21
Rugby: State of Origin New South Wales v Queensland
Time: 6:00PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound

 



Human Rights Press Awards

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The Human Rights Press Awards are run by the FCC, Amnesty International Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Journalists Association. The ceremony took place in May 2017. Click here to see the winners.