Mother's Choice provides lifeline for girls with crisis pregnancies in HK

Alia Eyres, the Chief Executive Officer of Mother's Choice. Photo: Nora Tam

She did not want her parents to find out.

Monday, 3 December, 2012, 10:22am

City Briefs

GAMBLING Hotline and treatment centres set up

15 Oct 2003 - 12:00am


Apologies to the 'Backbites' reader who did not find relief from the counsellors at ReSource The Counselling Centre because our tape was full (Sunday Morning Post, June 28). It is true we are very busy and if the answering machine is in operation it means that we are counselling or off-duty. People are welcome to leave a message by phoning 25238979 or fax 28457352.

12 Jul 1998 - 12:00am

Home staff seek better safety as girls try armed escape

STAFF at the Ma Tau Wai Girls' Home will meet the Government today to discuss improved security measures, after four girls armed themselves with shards of broken glass for an escape attempt.

Wednesday's incident was the second in a week, prompting social workers' unions and legislators to campaign for better staffing at juvenile homes.

15 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

New counselling service step in right direction

WE refer to the article headlined, ''Counselling eases the pain'' (South China Morning Post, April 27).

6 May 1993 - 12:00am

Counselling eases the pain

CHRONICALLY ill children at the Queen Mary Hospital who have to undergo painful treatment are benefiting from the first comprehensive counselling service in Hongkong.

The service is expected to improve patient care by providing comprehensive psychological services to the ill and has been welcomed by patients, their families and medics.

27 Apr 1993 - 12:00am