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NAME: The Eezee-Dri Clothes-line.

Sunday, 17 September, 1995, 12:00am

Get rid of ashtrays

I AM trying to understand the logic involved in placing ashtrays in public places that are clearly posted as 'No Smoking' areas.

25 Aug 1995 - 12:00am

Could that Reid home be on the market?

A SMALL advertisement in the property pages extolling the virtues of a New Zealand property on sale for $2.4 million caught Back Bites' eye last week. It sounded idyllic: three double bedrooms, swimming pool and garden.

9 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

Taking on a top-rank task

FELICIA Wong Leung Kam-shan, the highest ranking female officer in the 151-year history of Hong Kong policing, has always aspired to the top.

She has struggled against the force's 'glass ceiling' during a 32-year career that has attracted both derision and praise.

25 Mar 1995 - 12:00am

Bring dog importers to heel

WE would like to add to the debate on the welfare problems caused by the importation of puppies into Hong Kong that are too young to be fully-vaccinated (i.e. less than 13 weeks).

7 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

Allan ready for slice of big market

ALLAN International moved out of the kitchen last June to start making hair dryers and curling tongs.

By Christmas, Rita Hayworth and Marilyn Monroe lookalike hairdos were gracing the covers and the fashion pages of all the best magazines: the glamour-puss look was all the rage and women everywhere were urged to get curling.

12 Jul 1993 - 12:00am

Seaside villa with panoramic views

THE temperature drops a couple of degrees as you walk from the back of this seaside villa to the front, where a cooling breeze freshens the air.

Situated just off of Castle Peak Road, Villa de Mer comprises six detached deluxe seaside houses with panoramic views of the calm water.

30 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Spacious home has air of class

CHUNG Hom Kok Road is the kind of street that people drive along slowly, appreciating the peace of this tree-shaded route, which winds its way down to the nearby beach.

Once inside this well-maintained property, the only sound you can hear is a gentle splashing from the waterfall which runs into the swimming pool on the terrace.

19 May 1993 - 12:00am

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