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  1. Security for Li's visit was too rigid

    Posted Aug 22nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... they are here for within the confines of their usually tight schedules. People wanting to express their opinions must be given that chance, but are expected to follow the law. Journalists are entitled ... week. The Hong Kong Journalists' Association is complaining that reporters and photographers were kept so far from the vice-premier that they were unable to do their jobs properly. ...

  2. Veteran journalists join Henry Tang's PR team

    Posted Nov 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Gary Cheung and Tanna Chong Veteran journalists, including Lucy Chan Wai-yee, who took part in Civic Party lawmaker Alan Leong Kah-kit's campaign for chief executive in 2007, have ... from different backgrounds,' she said. 'It would be good if my close ties to the pan-democratic camp adds credit to Mr Tang.' Other ex-journalists on Tang's team include ...

  3. Talking points

    Posted Jul 02nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... more than 90 people drowned en route to Australia last month. Journalists report outlines fears for freedom The Hong Kong Journalists Association releases its 2012 annual report on freedom ...

  4. Legco rebuke for aide's sacking

    Posted Mar 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... had spurned his affections, a Legco panel investigation concluded. But Kam escaped any penalty. Yesterday's report- which took the seven-member Legislative Council committee just over two years to complete- said his acts were not so grave as to warrant a disqualification. The panel comprised lawmakers from the pro-establishment camp. The 26-month panel investigation cost HK$1.57 ...

  5. Ex-official accused of guesswork

    Posted Apr 24th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... been heavily criticised over the sale of the Hunghom Peninsula estate at a bargain price to a consortium involving the parent company, New World Development. Mr Chow's former supervisor, Thomas Chan Chun-yuen, who is now permanent secretary for transport and housing, also admitted at the hearing that he had never asked his subordinates to further investigate the application. ...

  6. Plans for private hospital sector must be above board

    Posted Jun 13th 2012, 12:00am

    ... the development of private medical services. There was investor interest both locally and internationally. Potential investors included former executive councillor Bernard Chan's family, who owns ... joined with a consortium to build and run a private teaching hospital and they are planning to bid for the two sites in Wong Chuk Hang and Tai Po. Dr Ko Wing-man, who is widely tipped to become ...

  7. Leung gets thrown into the deep end

    Posted Jul 02nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... an investigation by lawmakers, Lai added. The estimated turnout was the third largest since 2003, when the public marched against the Article 23 national security bill, the post-Sars downturn and negative ... the government. It is us, the crowd, we can depend upon now.' About 200 journalists marched under the banner of the Hong Kong Journalists' Association. On Saturday, an Apple Daily reporter ...

  8. Former housing chief in fresh controversy

    Posted Apr 15th 2011, 12:00am

    ... of Hung Hom Peninsula, a never-occupied, subsidised housing estate, for barely half the asking price to a consortium that included a sister company of New World Development. He worked ... Council select committee investigation concluded in December that it was inappropriate for Leung to have taken the job, and criticised him for deliberately hiding facts in his application ...

  9. Independent voice

    Posted Jul 26th 2003, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... publicly supported its journalists, saying: 'The board reiterates that the BBC's overall coverage of the war, and the political issues surrounding it, has been entirely impartial.' One journalist, with the support of the BBC, threatened to sue a minister. It is difficult to imagine the Hong Kong administration giving RTHK similar leeway to investigate and criticise ...

  10. Police may force New World pair to appear, inquiry chairman warns

    Posted Jul 10th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... refused to do so. Legislators are using special powers to investigate Mr Leung's appointment to the new post as he had been involved in the sale of the Hunghom Peninsula housing estate for barely half of its original asking price to a consortium which included a New World Development subsidiary. The two executives were originally due to make their third appearance before ...




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