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  1. Party must not be above the law, says chief justice

    Posted Jan 04th 2005, 12:00am by Shi Jiangtao

    ... was based on a message delivered by President Hu Jintao at the fourth plenum of the party's 16th central committee last September. Professor Jiang said that of all the measures aimed at enhancing the party's ability to govern championed by President Hu, rule of law was the most important step towards bringing the party under the constitution. 'This is not the time ...

  2. Bush must put media's case; Hu must heed him

    Posted Apr 19th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... That model has not been followed with President Hu Jintao's trip this week, leaving the unreasonable detention of two journalists among prisoner cases on the agenda for discussion. With the thorny issues of trade, security, Taiwan and Iran already guaranteed to occupy a large chunk of Mr Hu's talks with US President George W. Bush tomorrow, the cases of New York Times ...

  3. Privacy chief outlines consent to tests

    Posted Oct 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu Privacy Commissioner Roderick Woo Bun said in a meeting with government representatives he had no objection to the Trial Scheme on School Drug Testing provided it conformed with the law. His office said yesterday the government should inform parents and pupils of the purpose of collecting test results, how they would be used and retained, and security measures to protect ...

  4. Raids net 33 illegal workers, 3 employers

    Posted Dec 30th 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Thirty-three illegal workers and three employers were arrested in a joint operation by police and the Immigration and Labour departments. Officers searched recycling depots, warehouses, industrial buildings, logistics companies and car park loading areas ...

  5. Objects fall from height

    Posted Nov 14th 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu Three objects fell yesterday from the same building from which a sledgehammer was thrown on Tuesday. A flower pot and a can fell from Block 11 of Pak Tin Estate, Shek Kip Mei, at about 6pm, landing three metres apart. Less than two hours later, a mop fell from the same building. Police searched the block and took away a middle-aged woman from a flat on the 11th floor. ...

  6. Six on airport bribery charges

    Posted Aug 08th 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu Six mechanics will appear in Tsuen Wan Court on Tuesday over bribery charges involving up to HK$190,000. The Independent Commission Against Corruption yesterday charged the six in relation to the hiring of mechanics for the construction of Chek Lap Kok airport's Terminal 2. Chow Siu-ming, 58, faces 19 counts and five others face one count. They have been released ...

  7. Eight plead guilty in Lee plot, but not 'masterminds'

    Posted Jul 23rd 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu in Shenzhen and Albert Wong Eight minor culprits behind a plot to murder former Democratic Party chairman Martin Lee Chu-ming and publishing tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying yesterday pleaded guilty to attempts to cause injury. But two alleged masterminds denied charges of attempted murder. The trial, in which Tung Nga-man, 67, is said to have offered another suspected Hong ...

  8. Six HK suspects face Macau murder trial

    Posted Jun 18th 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu in Macau Six Hongkongers are facing trial in Macau for chopping up a Hong Kong anti-triad officer turned gangster. The six, along with three Thais, two mainlanders and one Macau resident, aged 28 to 56, were charged with organised crime, brutal murder and dismembering in relation to the death of Lai King-man, 60, nicknamed 'Police Man', Macau's Public ...

  9. Four convicted over short-weight seafood

    Posted Mar 28th 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu Four restaurants in Wan Chai, Jordan, Tuen Mun and To Kwa Wan were fined for selling short-weight seafood, ranging from 21 per cent short to 43 per cent, in the past three months. One restaurant and four staff members of the other three were prosecuted, the Customs and Excise Department said yesterday. They were convicted and fined between HK$1,000 and HK$5,000. ...

  10. Graft-busters urged to look at possible abuse of powers

    Posted Mar 05th 2009, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu A group of Macau democrats are asking prosecutors and graft-busters look into the cases of Hongkongers who have been denied entry and investigate whether immigration police have abused their powers. The New Macau Association, led by legislators Au Kam-san and Antonio Ng Kuok-cheong, yesterday sent a letter to the Macau Public Prosecutions Office, calling ...




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