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  1. 2006-07 ROLL CALL

    Posted Sep 09th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Turnover: HK$64 billion (up 6.6 per cent). Attendance: 1,925,000 (up 2 per cent). Champion jockey: Douglas Whyte: 91 wins (14.38 per cent), stakes won: HK$69,383,125. Runner-up: Brett Prebble 81 wins (15.98 per cent), HK$75,377,575. Champion trainer: Casp ...

  2. Public servants' theft, negligence eats up HK$2m

    Posted Dec 17th 2007, 12:00am by Jimmy Cheung

    ... A constable was jailed for 18 months for the HK$439,845 theft. In the 2006-07 financial year, the police forked out HK$185,200 in compensation for 40 of the 138 bail-money theft cases in 2005-06. ... (2006-07) case was different in 'that the officer dishonestly made use of the trust given to him and stole the monies from a police safe under his control', she said. Democratic Party ...

  3. October surplus marks turnaround

    Posted Dec 01st 2007, 12:00am by Jimmy Cheung

    ... In October last year, there was a more modest surplus of HK$8.5 billion, while the first seven months of the fiscal year 2006-07 saw the government HK$21.9 billion in the red. The government ... for September. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority also announced total assets of the Exchange Fund reached HK$1,386.2 billion on October 31- HK$67.2 billion up on September. ...

  4. Budget surplus edges up to HK$123.5b

    Posted Apr 01st 2008, 12:00am by Jimmy Cheung

    ... a government spokeswoman said. She said the peak season for collecting revenue had already passed. In March last year, the government recorded a net monthly surplus of about HK$21 billion. The 2006-07 ...

  5. Hospital Authority turns corner with budget surplus

    Posted Mar 02nd 2007, 12:00am by Mary Ann, Mary Ann Benitez

    ... the authority's budget to HK$28.6 billion, up 2.4 per cent on the HK$27.9 billion for 2006-07. Last year, the government gave an extra HK$377 million. Authority chief executive Shane Solomon, who took up ... to limit the number of mainland women giving birth in Hong Kong hospitals 'definitely had the effect of dampening demand in our hospitals'. The proportion of these patients coming through ...

  6. Billion-dollar smiles at Sports Road

    Posted Jul 17th 2011, 12:00am

    ... own revenues rose- a sore point at times due to the tax restructuring in the summer of 2006 and the rebates the club pays from its share of turnover. In 2006-07, the first year ... is not the significant memory many fans will have of the season. That belongs to the surge in late stomping of odds that seemed to edge Hong Kong so much closer to Macau, where final prices have long been ...

  7. Catering industry calls for hefty cut in alcohol duty

    Posted Feb 06th 2007, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng The catering industry is urging the government to capitalise on the expected budget surplus in 2006-07 and slash alcohol taxes this year. 'If there is ever going ... on February 28, has admitted that he agrees Hong Kong's duty on alcohol is too high. But British Chamber of Commerce executive director Christopher Hammerbeck believes the financial secretary, ...

  8. In Brief

    Posted Nov 29th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... in 2005/06 and 6 per cent in 2006/07. The number of cases reported each year since 2004 has been dropping, with 915 cases in 2004/05 compared with 290 cases in the past year. Tourist found dead ...

  9. Windfall from investments set to lift surplus

    Posted Apr 07th 2007, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... HK$206.9 billion up to the end of February and had income of HK$244.3 billion. Rosy outlook The surplus at the end of February for the 2006-07 financial year (all amounts in HK dollars): $37.4b ... Dennis Eng The Hong Kong government may have run up a budget surplus of HK$60 billion or even more in the last financial year, exceeding its HK$55.1 billion forecast, tax experts say. ...

  10. Jockey Club claws back billions as reforms bite

    Posted Mar 03rd 2008, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng Up to HK$8b recovered from illegal bookies, says chief The Hong Kong Jockey Club estimates it has so far managed to recover at least HK$7 billion to HK$8 billion from illegal bookmakers as a result of reforms to the way the government taxes its betting revenue. Without the betting duty reforms introduced in 2006-07, the club's turnover would probably have fallen ...




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