News quiz ... do you know?
1. Cathay Pacific are planning to launch industrial action next month, refusing to work on their off days.
A cabin crews B accountants C technicians D pilots 2. The Legislative Council is to reproach officials of the Department for dereliction of duty in allowing junior staff to claim excessive overtime.
A Food B Education C Highways D Health 3. Students who could not properly hear recordings used in a high school exam are to have their results adjusted.
A history B English C mathematics D science 4. say they have been making greater efforts to discipline themselves despite growing fears in some quarters.
A Doctors B Media representatives C Lawyers D Policemen 5. Sixty-three owners of a now demolished building were awarded about in damages against a solicitor's firm found to be negligent.
A $89 million B $10 billion C $11 trillion D $890,000 6. A admitted pouring corrosive drain-cleaning liquid on her husband as he slept after a heated argument.
A nurse B vegetable seller C social worker D housewife Test your memory and see what you remember from previous news reports. Each question is related to a news story published in the South China Morning Post on Wednesday, June 21, 2000 Answers - 1D, 2C, 3B, 4B, 5A, 6D Graphic: SPQUIZGLO