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Eason & Son

Finger injury

The wife of ex-secretary for planning, environment and lands Tony Eason, 61, called police to their Happy Valley flat following an argument. Teresa Eason, 66, was treated for a finger injury.

Wednesday, 3 November, 1999, 12:00am

Giordano still in dark over closure of mainland stores

Giordano International has confirmed that 25 of its stores in China were closed in March and April, but 20 have been reopened.

In a long-awaited announcement yesterday, the garment retailer said five franchised outlets, in addition to the 11 Shanghai stores confirmed by the company earlier, remained closed.

15 Apr 1996 - 12:00am

Eason masters art of double-speak

SECRETARY for Planning, Environment and Lands Tony Eason showed his mastery of the mandarin art of propounding self-contradictory views simultaneously on Tuesday.

He began a press briefing with a report showing the harbour reclamation programme did not threaten a flooding of the local office and residential market.

17 Mar 1995 - 12:00am

Officials cannot guarantee allocated land will be sold

THE Government cannot guarantee that it sells all the land approved for a particular financial year by the Sino-British Land Commission, Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands Tony Eason said.

'It is up to the market to decide what hectarage it is to receive,' he said.

26 Jan 1995 - 12:00am

Cross-border committee starts talks

THE first full meeting of the new Sino-British Infrastructure Co-ordinating Committee will not discuss details of individual cross-border projects.

Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands Tony Eason, the British team leader, said today's one-day session in Guangzhou would begin with briefings on projects on both sides of the border.

23 Jan 1995 - 12:00am

Eason sees no need for office rental controls

THE Government says it has no reason to intervene in the retail office market to restrain prices.

Tony Eason, Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands, said yesterday the office market was on course for a self-correction and there was no need to act.

12 Nov 1994 - 12:00am

Jokers brief each other about Eason

POOR Tony Eason. There he was biding his time at the Department of Planning, Environment and Lands while waiting for the Canberra to drop anchor in Victoria Harbour on some future date and sail him away to a quiet index-linked retirement in the English shires.

But then comes the ''insider briefing'' debacle and the unending chorus for his head.

14 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

Estate lifts free from regulations

THE 5,338 lifts on public housing estates and in Home Ownership Scheme courts are exempt from control under the Building (Lifts) Regulations, Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands Tony Eason revealed yesterday.

Responding to questions raised by the Reverend Fung Chi-wood, Mr Eason said the lifts were under the Housing Authority's direct management.

24 Feb 1994 - 12:00am

Flat deals unlawful

FIVE cases of unlawful sale or letting of flats in the Home Ownership Scheme have been reported, the Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands, Tony Eason said.

Three offenders in three cases had been prosecuted and convicted, and legal action was under way in the other two cases, he said.

20 Jan 1994 - 12:00am

EPD pays $380m for expertise

THE Environmental Protection Department (EPD) has paid consultancy firms $380 million for investigation, design and monitoring work over the past three years, according to the Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands, Mr Tony Eason.

6 May 1993 - 12:00am

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