PUBLISHED : Sunday, 19 February, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 19 February, 2012, 12:00am


Officers interview Ap Lei Chau residents over rape

Police yesterday interviewed residents of an Ap Lei Chau estate where a 21-year-old woman was raped last month. It was the second day that officers had held door-to-door questioning and asked bus drivers whether they had seen anything. Police have made no arrest.

Trio charged after seizure of fake bonds, documents

Two mainland men, 48 and 60, and a 66-year-old foreign man, believed to be Dutch, have been charged with possession of a false instrument, after the police found them with 20 briefcases and bags filled with counterfeited bonds, government documents, seals and rubber stamps.

Law change to expand protection of consumers

Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Gregory So Kam-leung said an amendment to the Trade Descriptions Ordinance would be tabled in a month to step up protection for consumers. It would expand the coverage of the law from goods to services.

Protest drive targets cross-border cars

Democratic Party members voiced their opposition to a pilot cross-border driving scheme with a protest drive from Hung Hom to Tsuen Wan. The party wants the government to seek public opinion before launching the scheme. More protests will be held today.

Two babies confirmed as carriers of deadly bacteria

Two more babies in the Prince of Wales Hospital were confirmed as carriers of superbug Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, but were discharged as they had no clinical symptoms.