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Inquiry Hearing

Patient 'told doctor she loved him'

Dr Barry Tsang Ka-hung. Photo: Nora Tam

Dr Barry Tsang Ka-hung denied the woman's claim that they had sex five times during 2009. He said they had never had a relationship, and had only ever been doctor and patient, and insurance broker and client.

Monday, 28 January, 2013, 6:36am

'I was in a dire situation': Firefighter recalls dramatic rescue inside sinking Lamma ferry

Firefighters Chan Wai-ho (left) and Tam Kam-lun. Photo: David Wong

Thirty bodies were recovered by police and firefighters in the wreckage of the Hongkong Electric launch Lamma IV on October 1 and 2 last year.

9 Jan 2013 - 10:36am

Lamma II sailor recounts part in rescue

A sailor from the Hongkong Electric-owned Lamma II told the commission of inquiry into the Lamma Ferry collision on Tuesday how he helped rescue passengers from the sinking Lamma IV after the deadly sea collision off Lamma Island last year.

8 Jan 2013 - 5:38pm

Doctor had sex with patient in his clinic, Medical Council inquiry hears

A married doctor allegedly had sex with a woman patient - twice in his clinic - after claiming to be divorced, a Medical Council inquiry heard yesterday.

Dr Barry Tsang Ka-hung also sold the woman insurance in breach of the profession's code of conduct after saying that he had money problems, the disciplinary inquiry was told.

Tsang denies the allegations.

2 Jan 2013 - 4:00am

Sister boat rescued 17 from stricken ferry after collision off Lamma

Hong Kong Electric's Leung Kwok-wai (second from right) leaves the commission of inquiry. Photo: May Tse

A Hongkong Electric technician described how he saved nine passengers from the sea during the Lamma Island ferry disaster, at a commission of inquiry hearing yesterday.

22 Dec 2012 - 3:51am