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Road safety

After assessing the height of an apartment block relative to the neighbouring buildings, you need to consider the layout and design of the surrounding roads. Avoid moving into a building that faces an intersection or a T-junction.

Sunday, 3 October, 2010, 12:00am

Pilot fined for attack on dogs and owners in row over road access

A commercial pilot was fined HK$12,000 yesterday for an assault on neighbours and their dogs in a row over access to a private road.

31 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

10 Headland Road

Chung Hom Kok

Age : 21 years

Size: 4,000 sq ft

Layout: four bedrooms

To rent: $125,000 a month

Agent: Savills (Hong Kong)

18 May 2005 - 12:00am

Casa del Sol

33 Ching Sau Lane

Chung Hom Kok

Age: 21 years

Size: 3,155 to 3,339 square feet

Layout: five to six bedrooms plus private garden

To rent: $145,000 to $158,000 a month

Agent: Sallmanns Residential

13 Oct 2004 - 12:00am


72 Macdonnell Road

Age: 40 years-plus

Size: 1,750 square feet

Layout: three bedrooms

Rental: $30,000 per month

Agent: Sallmanns Residential

This gracious low-rise block oozes character and has wrap-round balconies.

18 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

Confused by parking puzzler

Please can the police traffic division explain an anomaly regarding parking in my area? It concerns two roads, Cape Road and Headland Road. Cape Road has many private houses, a large housing estate and a housing estate under construction. At least six bus routes use Cape Road as well as minibuses and a constant stream of vehicles serving the construction site.

21 Jun 1997 - 12:00am


YOUR anonymous Kowloon correspondent asked why his car had been ticketed while parked in Braga Circuit cul-de-sac ('Plea for lenient parking rules', South China Morning Post, February 7).

While this resident may think he is not causing an obstruction, his neighbours obviously think otherwise; police have received complaints and obviously had to act on them.

13 Feb 1995 - 12:00am

Robbed envoy gets chance of a restock

WHAT a shock it was to hear that thieves had broken into the beautiful home of Australian Consul-General Dr Jocelyn Chey and carted away $1.5 million worth of jewellery and antiques.

2 Apr 1993 - 12:00am