City Digest

PUBLISHED : Monday, 12 September, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 12 September, 2011, 12:00am


By-elections should go, 57pc of Hongkongers say

Some 57 per cent of Hongkongers believe Legco by-elections should be scrapped, according to a phone survey by the University of Hong Kong Public Opinion Programme.

Neighbours rally against Jockey Club building

About 50 neighbours protested at Sha Tin racecourse yesterday against the Jockey Club's expansion plan, which includes a nine-storey building they say will block their views. The group demanded a meeting with the club soon.

Arculli tips policy address to focus on housing needs

Exco member Ronald Arculli expected Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen to address the housing needs of young people and the 'sandwich class' in his policy address next month, he told Commercial Radio yesterday.

Man to appear in Sha Tin Court on murder charge

A 40-year-old man will appear in Sha Tin Court today charged with the murder of a 35-year-old woman, who was found collapsed in a flat on Mei Lam Estate, Tai Wai, on Friday and was later declared dead.

Thieves steal HK$400,000 from man in Mong Kok

Three men attacked the owner of a recycling plant in Mong Kok and stole HK$400,000 in cash from him shortly after 1am yesterday.