You have quite rightly drawn attention to the plight of recognised refugees who are awaiting resettlement to other countries. The facts make pitiful reading. A comparatively small number of people are involved  and a comparatively small amount of money is needed. Recognised refugees receive just HK$500 month. The annual cost is low, yet for the refugees themselves this is a vital lifeline.Wednesday, 13 March, 2013, 2:32am 4 comments
The embezzlement trial of the former deputy general manager of a state-owned military contractor has begun at Beijing's No 1 Intermediate People's Court, the Beijing Times reports.7 Jan 2013 - 6:28am
The owner of a dog that bit and injured a 14-month-old girl on Lantau Island this month may face prosecution, an official said on Wednesday.
The toddler was treated at a hospital emergency department for a wound on her head, following the attack by the husky in Mui Wo on December 8, her mother said.19 Dec 2012 - 6:04pm
It's a lovely day outside, perfect weather for your weekly hike with friends.
You're familiar with hiking's basic do's and don'ts. But, as with everything else, surprises are bound to occur.3 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
A ban on pet dogs in Guangdong's Jiangmen city has been revoked just nine days after it was announced.
Under the policy, dogs spotted in urban areas from August 26 were to be confiscated and culled or rehomed in the countryside.7 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
Graeme Alford in his letter headlined, 'Amendment ill-considered and arbitrary' (South China Morning Post, October 16), has questioned the justification for control measures on large dogs in the proposed Dangerous Dogs Regulation. I would like to summarise the key reasons for the introduction of these measures.30 Oct 1999 - 12:00am
I am becoming increasingly frustrated by the attitude of the Agriculture and Fisheries Department (AFD) on the subject of 'large dogs'.16 Oct 1999 - 12:00am
More dog attacks have been reported in indoor public areas.
Figures from the Agriculture and Fisheries Department released yesterday show that while the number of reported dog-bite cases dropped by 17.5 per cent from 2,483 in 1997-98 to 2,049 in 1998-99, more attacks took place in indoor public areas.3 Sep 1999 - 12:00am
I refer to the letter from Graeme Alford regarding the proposed Dangerous Dogs Regulation (South China Morning Post, July 16).
Hong Kong is a crowded city in which dogs and people find themselves sharing confined spaces.30 Aug 1999 - 12:00am
IN the vast game parks of South Africa, packed with some of the world's most savage beasts, an average of one or two visitors are mauled every year, usually because they foolishly thrust a telephoto lens up the nose of a hungry lion. Meanwhile, in Hong Kong, one of the most densely populated cities on Earth, 2,049 people were last year treated for dog bites.25 Jul 1999 - 12:00am