During his internship last summer with a construction company, then final-year civil engineering student Steve Lam Ho-yin was often puzzled by a job procedure.
A former principal of a nursery school run by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals has been accused of cheating students' parents out of more than HK$120,000 and taking a bribe from a subordinate.
The Court of Appeal does not have the jurisdiction to hear the ICAC's appeal of the High Court judgment setting aside its warrants to search Sing Tao Daily's offices and a reporter's home, the...
A police detective sergeant was among six people arrested by the ICAC on suspicion of bribery and perverting the course of justice last night.
Conflict between locals and police makes The Block off-limits to whites
It lies just a kilometre from Sydney's gleaming skyscrapers, but the inner city suburb of Redfern looked more...
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A former shipping manager - charged with allegedly deceiving his employer of freight charges and duties worth over $7.5 million by using false invoices - entered no plea...
ALLEGED SEX FOR TIP-OFFS OFFICER TO FACE COURT
Five people appeared in court yesterday charged with trying to smuggle two mainlanders into the United States through Chek Lap Kok.
Customs officers have been banned from using fake CDs and other pirated goods under new anti-corruption guidelines.
The construction industry must reform and combat bribery if it wants to remain competitive, an adviser to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) said yesterday.
Until the latest incident, Jimmy Lai Chee-ying's frequent tussles with the establishment have been confined to commercial disputes. The raid on Apple Daily's offices by the Independent Commission...
THREE detectives were detained by the ICAC on suspicion of taking bribes to drop cases against suspected car thieves.