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  1. In Brief

    Posted Dec 29th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... a hammer at a shop in Wah Fu Shopping Centre in Aberdeen. The doctor managed to grab hold of the hammer and reported the case to police. But the attacker ran away. The victim was conscious when ...

  2. Suen accuses hospital of failure to protect privacy

    Posted May 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... of laboratory tests on the tumour. Refusing to comment on the type of tumour, he said: 'If I need to confirm or deny whatever emerges, I will be in the newspapers every day.' Suen said he ...

  3. Rules are no substitute for common sense

    Posted Sep 21st 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... As with an incident at the same facility nine months ago, the matter would seem to be less one of adherence to guidelines than the basic element of health care: common sense. Emergency treatment for the boy ... to get an ambulance. She refused, telling him he should instead call the general emergency number, 999. A passing doctor called for an ambulance, but a security guard was sent by mistake. ...

  4. Paramedic faces misconduct probe

    Posted Dec 12th 2006, 12:00am by Clifford Lo

    ... for tougher punishment for the paramedic's 'outrageous' behaviour. They also expressed concern about a possible loophole in the management of ambulance services that allowed veteran ... the renewed investigation. Legislator Albert Chan Wai-yip said the man's acts were 'outrageous and ignored public safety'. 'If there was an emergency and no ambulance available ...

  5. Only 46pc of calls are genuine emergencies

    Posted Jul 20th 2009, 12:00am by Peter So

    ... Peter So Only 46 per cent of the 1.05 million calls made to the police emergency hotline centre in the first half of the year were from people in genuine need of help, police said. The rest were nuisance calls or incorrectly dialled. Police appealed to people to use the 999 service only for emergencies. People who wish to report a crime or make requests on non-emergency ...

  6. Bank manager sought as 100m yuan goes missing

    Posted Mar 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Choi Chi-yuk chiyuk.choi@scmp.com Police in Jiangsu province are hunting for a branch manager of state-owned Agricultural Bank of China who fled with more than 100 million yuan (HK$122 million) in funds he raised from others privately. Sun Feng, head of the bank's Yaosai area branch in the city of Jiangyin, has been missing since leaving the country in late December with his ...

  7. New allegations of prisoner abuse emerge with 2 deaths in Hunan

    Posted Mar 19th 2009, 12:00am by Will Clem

    ... Will Clem in Shanghai Fresh allegations of prisoner abuse emerged yesterday after two inmates in juvenile correctional centres in Hunan province died within days of each other. Prison ... echo aspects of recent cases in which the authorities initially insisted inmates' deaths had been accidental, but it later emerged they had been beaten to death. ...

  8. Truck runs into shop, kills woman

    Posted Apr 11th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Clifford Lo clifford.lo@scmp.com An elderly woman was killed and two other passers-by injured yesterday when a broken-down crane truck rolled down a slope and crashed into a grocery shop. The vehicle had just been unhooked from a tow truck that was not po ...

  9. Serious season

    Posted Aug 09th 2010, 12:00am by Alice Wu

    ... Alice Wu In this city, the advent of 'silly season'- a term used to describe the emergence of more frivolous news when the usual newsmakers are on holiday- sees pseudo-models selling their pseudo-books at the pseudo-book-fair, organised by what I have argued before is a pseudo-public-body (aka the Trade Development Council). The 'silly season' is prime time ...

  10. Pair jailed for bribes paid to store manager

    Posted Oct 01st 2011, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com A contractor and his former business partner were yesterday jailed for six and three months, respectively, for paying kickbacks to the manager of a jewellery chain to secure contracts. Kan Wai-keung, 48, and Yeung Wing-sing, 44, admitted offering illegal rebates totalling HK$215,443 to Kwong Chi-hang, a senior project officer at Luk Fook ...




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