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New changes made to idling engine ban

Even more drivers will be allowed to keep their vehicles' engines running when they are parked. The director of environmental protection, Anissa Wong Sean-yee, has quietly changed the laws, and now about 200 more vehicles are allowed to keep their motors running.

Wednesday, 6 June, 2012, 12:00am

Flowerbed disliked by activists is to stay

A call to remove a large flowerbed, which activists say interferes with demonstrations outside the central government's liaison office in Western, was rejected yesterday.

The Central and Western District Council voted down a motion, submitted by four Democratic Party district councillors, to remove the bed.

18 May 2012 - 12:00am

Kam keeps seat after motion rejected

Pan-democratic lawmaker Kam Nai-wai kept his seat in the legislature after his counterparts voted down a motion against him yesterday.

The censure motion against Kam, of the Democratic Party, was over his 2009 dismissal of a female aide who had spurned his affections.

19 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Legco rebuke for aide's sacking

Democratic Party lawmaker Kam Nai-wai failed to live up to public expectations and jeopardised the image of the legislature after he sacked a female aide who had spurned his affections, a Legco panel investigation concluded.

29 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Who said it?

Without the rise of emerging markets and developing countries, there will be no universal prosperity in the world

President Hu Jintao

I was always showing friendly encouragement, but it turned out that she was feeling frustrated

Lawmaker Kam Nai-wai (pictured) explains his behaviour towards former assistant Kimmie Wong Lai-chu

29 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Market tenants earn a reprieve

Long-time shop tenants in Central Market - facing eviction to make way for a revamp of the historic building - have received a reprieve until March and possibly longer.

10 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Uphill fight looms on Games bid

The government is facing an uphill battle to bid for the 2023 Asian Games with lawmakers seeming set to pass a motion demanding that it scrap the plan.

16 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

Plenty of time to prepare for Games, minister says

Hong Kong doesn't have to meet all the required conditions for hosting the Asian Games before throwing its hat into the bidding ring, home affairs minister Tsang Tak-sing said yesterday.

The official made the remark as he gave the results of a 10-week public consultation exercise on a controversial proposal that the city bid for the right to host the Games in 2023.

11 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

In Brief

Prices rise for the first time in five months

23 Oct 2009 - 12:00am

Political Animal

How Audrey Eu had a change of appetite

22 Oct 2009 - 12:00am

Quotes of the Week

He is very frightening. I refer liquidation jobs to him when I need a vicious bastard. People often start waving cheque books when they hear he's about to turn up.

10 Oct 2009 - 12:00am

In Brief

Dismay over Lehman inquiry

Democratic Party legislator Kam Nai-wai and investors who bought Lehman Brothers-related products said they were disappointed that the police had not yet charged any banks after a year-long investigation. They were speaking after meeting Assistant Commissioner of Police Clarence To Chun-wai.

11 Sep 2009 - 12:00am

Shoeshiners set to get licences next month

Shoeshiners in Central have been told they will be given hawker licences next month if no objections are raised by the district council or affected parties in the area.

The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department announced the decision at a closed-door meeting with hawkers yesterday, a lawmaker who was at the meeting said.

2 Sep 2009 - 12:00am

In Brief

Legislator disappointed over slow Lehman legal progress

25 Aug 2009 - 12:00am

New Democratic Party lawmaker feels the weight of expectation

The Democratic Party's newest lawmaker recognises that the pressure is now on him to perform and pay back the confidence the party and the public have placed in him.

Kam Nai-wai will be the only Democratic Party representative on Hong Kong Island, taking over from Martin Lee Chu-ming and Yeung Sum, after winning a seat in the September 7 election.

18 Sep 2008 - 12:00am