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Fanling Station

36 people arrested in parallel trading raids in Fo Tan and Sheung Shui

Immigration officers extended their joint operation with police against parallel importers to Fo Tan, arresting 36 people in the past two days - and warned they may hold regular raids in future until the trade is wiped out

Saturday, 29 September, 2012, 3:11am 2 comments

City Digest, September 28, 2012

Blaze engulfs Fanling recycling plant

About 120 firefighters took over 3½ hours to douse a blaze at a recycling plant in Fanling yesterday. The fire broke out at the site at 12.01pm. Four workers were rescued from the storage plant for plastic waste and electronic goods.

Female security guard burned in acid attack

28 Sep 2012 - 3:15am

City Digest

Pork retailers complain of supermarket discounting

ParknShop and Wellcome have been hurting pork retailers and putting people out of work by selling pork at heavily discounted prices since November, Pork Traders General Association vice-chairman Hui Wai-kin said yesterday.

Financial secretary warns of risk of debt crisis

9 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

Junior golfers lead amateur field at Fanling

The junior pair of Liu Lok-tin and Terrence Ng head the field at the Montrose Fine Wines Hong Kong Close Amateur Championship in Fanling after matching 72s yesterday over the New Course for a two-round total of five-over-par 145. They lead Max Wong and defending champion Steven Lam Tsz-fung by three strokes going into today's final two rounds.

16 Feb 2010 - 12:00am

Trader faces trafficking charges

15 Jul 2009 - 12:00am

McBain charges to the top at Fanling

Australian Matthew McBain fired a brilliant six-under-par 64 to top the leaderboard at the Masters Golf Fashion Hong Kong Open Amateur Championship at Fanling yesterday. McBain, 24, stands at 207 (three-under-par) through three rounds to lead by one shot over Taiwan's Yang Fei-hao. Liu Chen-lin, also from Taiwan, lies in third place, a further four shots adrift.

25 Oct 2008 - 12:00am

Spectators in HK urged to use public transport

The Equestrian Company, set up to run the Olympic equestrian events in Hong Kong, has called on spectators to take public transport and shuttle buses to watch the events.

19 Jul 2008 - 12:00am