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Chester Yung

Judge calls for rethink on conservation plan

Developer wins Clear Water Bay battle

A court has sent a master plan for Clear Water Bay Peninsula North back to the Town Planning Board after a developer successfully challenged a decision to include certain sites in a conservation area.

Wednesday, 7 November, 2007, 12:00am

Idling-engine ban may not apply if it's hot

The proposed ban on idling engines could be lifted during hot weather, a senior environment official said yesterday.

Deputy Director of Environmental Protection Carlson Chan Ka-shun said the government was open to suggestions during its five-month consultation on the ban proposal, which began on Friday.

4 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Foshan still delta's dirtiest city

Foshan remains the Pearl River Delta's most polluted city, the latest regional air monitoring report shows.

26 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Fraud victim to auction jewellery

A man in the jewellery business who fell victim to fraud is selling his collection of expensive stones in an attempt to escape financial ruin.

A fraud-recovery auction commissioned to First State Auctions will be held on National Day tomorrow at the Conrad International Hotel in Admiralty.

30 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Authority strives to save Wan Chai Market

The Urban Renewal Authority and a property developer are looking for ways to preserve Wan Chai Market.

The authority's new chairman, Barry Cheung Chun-yan, said the redevelopment was bound by a business contract signed 10 years ago.

22 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Firms use 864,000 trees a year for paper

Hong Kong's companies used 36,000 metric tonnes of copy paper last year, the equivalent of 864,000 trees, a Productivity Council survey reveals. From a random sampling of 221,000 establishments, researchers interviewed 501 office managers by telephone. The study revealed that the average company uses 160kg of copy paper a year, coming from 3.9 trees.

5 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Wellcome stops NZ apple imports

Sales of all New Zealand apples were suspended yesterday by Wellcome - one of the city's largest supermarket chains - amid fears over insect larva contamination.

15 Apr 2007 - 12:00am