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  1. Russians have the most tickets waived

    Posted May 07th 2006, 12:00am by Raymond Ma

    ... Raymond Ma The number of parking tickets waived for diplomats in Hong Kong rose last year- and the Russians are the chart-toppers. Of the 27 tickets torn up by the Protocol Office last ... country's parking habits. He said the consulate uses nine cars, which means each car gets only two-thirds of a ticket each year. 'We send the relevant notice to the Protocol Office ...

  2. Bikers demand safer parking as thefts rise

    Posted Mar 05th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Donald Asprey Wilson Parking says it has stepped up security patrols and is working to improve its security-camera coverage amid accusations of negligence, following a recent spate of motorcycle theft on its premises. The moves came as the Hong Kong United Front for Motorcyclists' Rights was scheduled to meet members of the Parking Association of Hong Kong to demand improved ...

  3. Travellers to enjoy cheaper parking at station

    Posted Mar 07th 2006, 12:00am by Anita Lam

    ... Anita Lam Sai Kung and Clear Water Bay residents will enjoy half-price parking when the new Choi Hung MTR station's car park goes into service on Saturday. The $188.3 million parking ... said he expected more private car owners from Sai Kung, Choi Hung and Clear Water Bay to switch to the MTR after the car park opens, but he expects the boost to passenger flow will be minimal. ...

  4. Park raids stall illegal mobile filling stations

    Posted Feb 24th 2006, 12:00am by Clifford Lo

    ... car parks over the past three months. Eight men, including a mainland visitor, were arrested, $130,000 worth of untaxed diesel was seized and 20 vehicles were confiscated in a raid on the three car parks in Container Port Road South at 6.30am yesterday. Lam Sze-hau, commander of customs' diesel oil enforcement division, said a book outlining details of the business ...

  5. Park offers close encounters of the creepy kind

    Posted Mar 28th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Nicola Kung Visitors to Ocean Park will have a chance to cuddle up to creepy crawlies when it unveils a radical new string of attractions in an initiative to outdo rival theme park ... including mantises, tarantulas and chameleons, which guests will be able to see and even touch in the 'Rainforest Exploration' trail. Among the new park residents is a Malay reddish brown ...

  6. Noise police check Tuen Mun Park

    Posted Feb 20th 2006, 12:00am by Martin Wong

    ... Elderly music-lovers at Tuen Mun Park have urged some of the performers to turn down the volume because the government has stepped up efforts on noise control. Officers from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Environmental Protection Department and police went to the park yesterday to tackle the noise nuisance to nearby residents caused by music performances. No charges ...

  7. Plan for music zones in park fails to soothe residents' nerves

    Posted Mar 06th 2006, 12:00am by Agnes Lam

    ... Agnes Lam A proposal to set up designated areas for elderly music lovers in Tuen Mun Park has failed to impress residents, who complain the singing in the park has been haunting them for years. The Leisure and Cultural Services Department is planning to set up two self-entertainment zones in the park that can cater to groups of about 100 each in a three-month trial to begin later ...

  8. Co-ordination avoids chaos at Ocean Park

    Posted Feb 03rd 2006, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng A relatively larger site, differences in customer demand and co-ordination with travel agencies have enabled Ocean Park to escape Disneyland-style chaos despite high attendance over the Lunar New Year break. Disneyland's flexible ticketing system has largely been blamed by customers for two straight days of chaotic scenes after the theme park was forced to close ...

  9. Park singers refuse to change their tune in noise showdown

    Posted Feb 21st 2006, 12:00am by Agnes Lam

    ... Agnes Lam Elderly music-lovers at Tuen Mun Park took a break from singing yesterday to attend an angry meeting with officials sent to enforce anti-noise rules. Instead of their usual happy singing, hundreds of performers and their fans voiced their anger at the park when they met officers from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, who are investigating noise complaints from ...

  10. Government to give noisy park quiet entertainers

    Posted Feb 25th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Robin Kwong But singing groups unhappy with plan for designated area with no amplification Quiet performances such as mime and yoga will be introduced to Tuen Mun Park on weekends as part ... to public demand for entertainment in the park, assistant director Eddy Yau Kwok-yin said. The department will arrange programmes 'which would not cause noise annoyance, such as mime, ...




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