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  1. Public Eye

    Posted Jan 04th 2012, 12:00am

    ... for financial health? Why did the government sign a franchise agreement that allowed the power firms to fiddle with figures this way? We need answers. None has come so far from either the power firms or the government. A blatant case of pure profiteering has just played out before our eyes. But neither side wants to take blame. They're hoping the people will forget. Well, Public Eye won't ...

  2. Publicity boards are a win-win situation for sport and sponsors

    Posted Aug 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The publicity boards recently set up in Statue Square to promote the East Asian Games, and to recognise its sponsors, are a good way to attract more commercial corporations to join in the sports ... sports for health reasons, we should not discourage those social enterprises which are willing to support them through advertising. Making use of the readily available resources ...

  3. Doctor shortage only the tip of the iceberg

    Posted May 04th 2011, 12:00am

    ... and on the mainland; increased workload created by greater public expectations; health tourism and vastly increased mainland demand for natal services; the lack of any co-ordinated, objective health care ... Michael Somerville Debate in recent weeks about our crisis of a shortage of doctors and the brain drain from the public sector is hardly surprising, given these factors: the demand ...

  4. Three in one

    Posted Aug 17th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... & HEALTH PRODUCTS Edition 5th Time August 17-18, 10am-6pm (open to trade only); August 19-20, 10am-10pm (open to public); August 21, 10am-6pm (open to public) Organisers Hong Kong Trade ... products; medical database systems; health-care courses and publications ...

  5. Public Eye

    Posted Aug 03rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... actually said that. Public Eye made it up. We dragged his name into all this because of rich guy Tong Yun-kai, the head of the Confucian Academy. He confused us with his version of the truth. He built a private badminton court on public land outside his luxury Shek O house without permission. And when he was caught, he said: 'I didn't occupy the land. Everyone can come ...

  6. Letters

    Posted Oct 23rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... by the Housing Society to which Ms So refers. The administration should try to raise public awareness of the rights of minority owners of properties on such lots. This is an example of an area where the interplay between the legislation and aware- ness of minority owners' rights is crucial. Lam Wai-leung, Ma On Shan Mental health care so important Reflecting on World Mental Health Week, which ...

  7. Smooth transition from public sector

    Posted Jan 22nd 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... about pursuing a successful career in the public sector. While much of the media focus has been on his controversial handling of the Harbour Fest in 2003- for which he's been officially ... recently, as the search director for recruitment agency Stanton Chase. Tell us about your transition from private to public sector and back again. I was not a conventional public servant. While ...

  8. Corrections & Clarifications

    Posted Dec 20th 2011, 12:00am

    ... The Sunday Morning Post editorial headlined 'Golden opportunity for medical sector' wrongly stated that 1,453 mainland mothers had given birth at public hospitals in Hong Kong without a prior booking. According to the Hospital Authority, in 30 per cent of those cases, a prior booking at an obstetrics unit had been made, but the mothers ended up seeking urgent delivery ...

  9. Public Eye

    Posted Sep 01st 2010, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... At some point we have to let go of the anger Is it just Public Eye or do you also feel our fury with the Philippines is starting to lose focus? We've been mad for days but it seems the anger ... the same minimum wage as locals? They did before. There was even a plan to sue the government for discrimination. But it's a whole new ball game now. Their cause had little public sympathy ...

  10. Singapore medical bill is heart-stopping

    Posted Jun 22nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... the prospect of working in the Lion City. Still, the publicity has done nothing for Singapore. The city is at the forefront of social and technological advances in Asia. It certainly has much to contribute to international health care. But to operate medical tourism successfully, you not only need a reputation for technical and service excellence; you need to be perceived as being good value ...




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