Apprentice jockey Ben So Tik-hung has been banned for more than a month after falling foul for the second time in a year of the reasonable and permissible measures rule.Tuesday, 22 March, 2011, 12:00am
State-owned China National Nuclear Corp signed an accord last November with France's Areva, a big provider of nuclear technology, that is key to Beijing's plans to to turn the mainland into a global nuclear powerhouse.20 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
A former vice-mayor in Zhejiang in the east was put on trial on charges of taking bribes, embezzlement and abuse of power, state media said yesterday.20 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
A former Australian International School student has admitted that he blackmailed a 14-year-old female schoolmate after posting a video of her topless on the internet.
Luke Pickering pleaded guilty at Kowloon City Magistracy yesterday to blackmail and obtaining access to a computer with a view to dishonest gain for himself or another.19 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
Nancy Kissel tried to portray herself as being unable to deal with daily life around the time she killed her husband, but evidence showed she was running her photography business and maintaining social engagements, a prosecutor said yesterday.19 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
Brian Kan Ping-chee, a five-time champion horse trainer and a rural leader, was arrested by the ICAC on Thursday on suspicion of violating the election ordinance in relation to a rural committee election held on Tuesday.19 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
Beijing's decision to suspend approvals for new nuclear plants and launch a comprehensive safety review of existing facilities and those under construction casts doubt on the country's long-term atomic energy strategy, mainland analysts say.18 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
A former village leader was jailed for 22 years yesterday for storing the largest amount of cocaine ever seized in the city - 232kg.
Mr Justice Peter Line described as 'staggering' the quantity, which exceeded by many times the largest amount specified in sentencing guidelines for drug-trafficking.17 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
A man accused of manipulating the derivatives market with others alleged that graft-busters coached him to give false evidence in court in exchange for immunity as he tried to have his case halted forever.
Meanwhile, the three ICAC officers accused of perverting the course of public justice for coaching the man, Cheung Ching-ho, were charged in Eastern Court yesterday.16 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
Despite his release on medical parole, tainted-milk activist Zhao Lianhai remained a taboo subject during the parliamentary session of the National People's Congress.
His case was cited by some Hong Kong deputies as an example of injustices that went on on the mainland, but time and again, senior mainland officials refused to respond.15 Mar 2011 - 12:00am