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  1. 100 Years of Racing in Hong Kong

    Posted Nov 04th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The South China Morning Post is 100 years old. And that means the celebration of an entire century of devoted, insightful coverage of the most popular sport in Hong Kong- horse racing. ... on every race. The profits from horse racing have been a major contributor to the health, welfare and education of Hong Kong. The Post and its racing flagships- Racing Post and Racing Post Online- ...

  2. Principal says lay-offs 'were generous'

    Posted May 08th 2004, 12:00am by Katherine Forestier

    ... or lack of leadership.' Last Friday he received a letter from the board, which he showed the South China Morning Post. It said: 'We regret to inform you that your contract which ... to recruit new teachers. 'We have teacher plans, but I cannot tell you. You do not trust us,' he said. The South China Morning Post was faxed a copy of a notice to staff, dated May 3, ...

  3. Upgrades fail to appease residents

    Posted Jul 18th 2009, 12:00am by Austin Chiu

    ... places that have good fire facilities; we don't have to stay.' Some left because their landlords had to make renovations. Meanwhile, a floor-by-floor inspection on Tuesday by the South China Morning Post found fire facilities and escape routes were in good condition. Post staff tried the rooftop metal door- locked during the fire, trapping the two firemen who died- and found ...

  4. Threat of illegal fireworks in spotlight again

    Posted Feb 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... that appeared in the South China Morning Post on February 11 ... into the fire that engulfed a tower at the China Central Television complex in Beijing last year found that some CCTV staff had illegally set off fireworks. Despite the many regulations governing ...

  5. Mong Kok building's fire equipment 'failed'

    Posted Aug 13th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Chun-hung said. A nightclub employee, who identified herself as Ms Law, told the South China Morning Post she set off an alarm after workers sleeping at the club were awakened by a loud noise ... and a nightclub employee were killed on Sunday morning in one of Hong Kong's worst commercial and residential building blazes in a decade. At least 55 people aged five to 77, including three firemen, ...

  6. Burns victim recognised as outstanding citizen

    Posted Oct 06th 2009, 12:00am by Adrian Wan

    ... educated me, too.' This is an edited version of an article published in the South China Morning Post yesterday ...


    Posted Aug 24th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... South China Morning Post photographers have raced to capture Hong Kong's defining moments in the years since the newspaper hit the streets. In this, the publication's centenary year, our researchers are trawling the archives to illustrate a forthcoming book celebrating 100 years of history as seen through the camera lens. Post Magazine provides a preview of some ...

  8. Demand to adopt WHO guidelines

    Posted Oct 09th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... such as forcing all pre-Euro and Euro I diesel commercial vehicles, including franchised buses, off the roads before 2010. The calls came after the South China Morning Post revealed the government had yet ...

  9. Reopened club falls foul of law

    Posted Sep 06th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... club had a valid licence and met safety requirements. A nightclub employee told a South China Morning Post reporter posing as a customer that patrons provided karaoke services on Thursday ...

  10. Pushing social problems into the open

    Posted Oct 01st 2003, 12:00am by Josephine Ma

    ... of a social security net for migrant workers. For example, kidney patient Sun Wenjuan, whose plight was highlighted by the South China Morning Post, was denied the medical insurance employees of state enterprises are entitled to - simply because she was a rural migrant. Neither is she entitled to any of the social welfare schemes created for urban residents. (The South China Morning Post raised ...




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