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Do not blame officials for lead scandal, says Lam
NO government officials should be held responsible for the lead-water fiasco, Chief Secretary for Administration (政務司...
2015.10.15
Pregnant panda Ying Ying loses cub
GIANT panda Ying Ying (盈盈) has lost her unborn cub. It would have been the first giant panda born in Hong Kong. Ten-ye...
2015.10.14
Silent march sends loud message
AROUND 2,000 University of Hong Kong students, lecturers and alumni staged a silent march. They were protesting HKU gove...
2015.10.13
Donald Tsang taken to court over graft accusations
FORMER Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen (曾蔭權) was charged with two counts of “misconduct in public office” by ...
2015.10.12
Indian agencies claim ‘asylum visa’ will land HK jobs
JOB agencies in India are said to be misleading job seekers that they can work under ‘asylum visas’ in Hong Kong. The ...
2015.10.09
Increased borrowing for new runway cuts passenger fee
AIR travellers will have to start paying a new fee next year to cover the cost of the expansion of Hong Kong Internation...
2015.10.08
HK tycoon launches HK$2 billion ‘world civilisation’ prize...
HONG KONG billionaire Lui Che-woo has set up a new prize to honour those who have made important contributions to mankin...
2015.10.06
Bright future for Lantau as development plan rolls ahead
THE government has grand plans for Lantau. Secretary for Development Paul Chan Mopo (發展局局長陳茂波) said the island w...
2015.10.02
Consumer Council urges clamp down on ‘Big Tigers’
THERE have been fewer complaints from consumers about bad trade practices. But that does not mean all merchants have bec...
2015.09.14
Boy, 11, puts faith in memory masters
A father is seeking Education Bureau (教育局) permission for his new migrant son to be homeschooled by memory masters as...
2015.09.01
Tram ban plan triggers anger
A CONTROVERSIAL proposal to scrap tram services between Central (中環) and Admiralty (金鐘) has been greeted with outrag...
2015.09.01