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  1. Letters

    Posted Mar 29th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... this is a case where government regulation should not be necessary. We are unlikely to see such a regulation being introduced even though it would be beneficial to people. These are private buses run ... encourages people to recycle their waste. It has blue bins for paper, yellow ones for aluminium cans and brown ones for plastic. However, I think very few Hongkongers pay any attention to these bins ...

  2. Risk of radioactive particles in HK 'tiny'

    Posted Mar 20th 2011, 12:00am by Ada Lee

    ... effect on Hong Kong. Leung Wing-mo also expressed sadness at the unedifying spectacle of fellow Hongkongers panic-buying salt. Leung told a public forum at the Science Museum yesterday ... seeing Hongkongers rushing around for salt. Such behaviour was nothing to be proud of as a Hongkonger,' he said. Even if the Fukushima nuclear disaster was as bad as the 1986 meltdown ...

  3. Anti-gambling campaign to escalate

    Posted Feb 04th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... explosions fell by 28.3 per cent from 2003 to 1,135 cases; arson cases dropped 12.9 per cent to 10,087; and rape cases fell 9.8 per cent to 36,175. Crimes involving guns- including murder, robberies ... Chan Siu-sin in Beijing Online betting to be focus of drive that has already seen 2,000 cases smashed The Public Security Ministry yesterday vowed to step up the fight against illegal ...

  4. Deputy police chief jailed 11 years over deadly Shenzhen club fire

    Posted Jan 21st 2009, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... irresponsible and allowed the Dance King nightclub to operate without a licence or necessary firefighting devices. [He also] tolerated drug dealing, prostitution, rape, fights and other criminal ... Chen's lawyer Jiang Hanshi said the heavy sentence was expected, but he argued that the sentence was longer than those in similar cases. Mr Jiang also said it was the duty of police stations ...

  5. Radioactive cloud unlikely to reach Hong Kong

    Posted Mar 16th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... It said ambient readings had been normal- around 0.1 microgray per hour, equivalent to the health impact of a radiation dose of 0.0001 millisieverts. A Hongkonger is exposed to an average of three ... at Polytechnic University. 'Whether the worst will happen will hinge on whether the reactor container remains intact. But even in the worst case, a repeat of Chernobyl is unlikely,' he said. ...

  6. Chasing offenders proves a deadly pursuit for police

    Posted Feb 24th 2004, 12:00am by Josephine Ma

    ... mainland police last year investigated a total of 4.394 million criminal cases- roughly equal to that of 2002. He said serious crimes such as arson, murder and rape had dropped but offences ... punished for corruption and abuse of authority last year. The cases covered taking bribes, blackmailing and torture of suspects. Mr Sun did not give a breakdown of the figures, but said the number ...

  7. Slice of Life

    Posted Apr 28th 2009, 12:00am by Sandra Lowe

    ... decreed that all ships or vessels arriving from Hongkong... are subject to a quarantine of 10 days from the date of departure from this port or since the last case of plague on board. Importation ... Compiled by Sandra Lowe A lengthy report on May 3 informed the Colony on the Hongkong Electric Tramway Co Ltd, which was preparing to launch its service in three months, pending completion ...

  8. In Brief

    Posted Aug 29th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... He is receiving treatment under isolation and is in stable condition. The man is the seventh infected case to surface in the same ward since last Saturday. The other six patients, aged 28 ... to Hongkongers earlier this month and the consultation runs until November 20. Body of cleaner found in landfill Police are investigating how the body of a cleaning man ended up in a landfill in Ta Kwu ...

  9. Who's to blame?

    Posted Jul 03rd 2010, 12:00am by Albert Chen, Albert Cheng

    ... more about things. Hongkongers lived for many years under British rule, with limited freedom, democracy and human rights. With an end to those controls, attitudes have naturally swung ... improve the quality of life and governance, but mere addiction to complaining serves no useful purpose. The recent Cathay cases were insignificant, but we shouldn't forget the Surabaya ...

  10. Letters

    Posted Dec 20th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... that something unique and precious to Hongkongers will be ruined. If they made the effort, officials could come up with ways of preserving the original features of this part of Central. I am glad ... Commission Against Corruption wastes its time chasing after simple fraud cases that should be turned over to the police to investigate. It seems to me the ICAC is running out of real corruption cases ...




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