Catherine Ng | South China Morning Post
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Catherine Ng

BUSES HAVE QUIET ZONE

I refer to the letter by Catherine Ng headlined 'Ear-shattering experience on KMB bus' (South China Morning Post, December 20).

Saturday, 11 January, 2003, 12:00am

BUSES HAVE QUIET ZONE

I refer to the letter by Catherine Ng headlined 'Ear-shattering experience on KMB bus' (South China Morning Post, December 20).

Noting that televisions on buses are welcomed by most, but disliked by some passengers, we have been working with the bus companies to provide a generally agreeable environment on buses.

11 Jan 2003 - 12:00am

It takes considerate adults to inspire selfish youngsters

Having seen the disgraceful amount of litter and vandalism at the Cultural Centre following Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, any citizen who cares about the world must be asking: 'Why?'

7 Jan 2003 - 12:00am

City can prosper without rudeness

Your editorial of July 26 headlined 'Rude awakening' suggests that the way to get 'things done, and fast' is to be rude and inconsiderate. I am appalled by this attitude.

8 Aug 2002 - 12:00am

Bus companies have turned down volume

I refer to the letter from Catherine Ng concerning the noise level of video broadcasting on buses (South China Morning Post, April 10).

23 May 2001 - 12:00am

20 fugitives 'will take their chances and stay'

ABOUT 20 political fugitives from China want to stay in Hong Kong after the handover, an informed source says.

The source, a member of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of the Patriotic and Democratic Movement in China, said there were about 100 dissidents now in Hong Kong.

4 Aug 1996 - 12:00am

Mixed views on handover

Not everyone is delighted to see Hong Kong return to China next year, a poll commissioned by the South China Morning Post found.

A poll by Asian Commercial Research found 28 per cent would feel sad at midnight on June 30, next year.

Another 34 per cent had no particular feeling about the historic event.

15 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Lower pay rise for civil service

THE territory's 180,000 civil servants are likely to receive pay rises lower than the inflation rate, it was revealed yesterday.

Increases of 8.89 per cent, 8.85 per cent and 7.92 per cent for upper, middle and lower ranking civil servants respectively have been suggested by the Standing Commission on Civil Service Salaries and Conditions of Services.

12 May 1996 - 12:00am

Government, employers and employees meet

GOVERNMENT, employers and employees agreed to avoid conflicting aims on workers' welfare at their first tripartite meeting yesterday.

31 Jan 1996 - 12:00am

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