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A banking analyst on the resignation of Barclays chairman Marcus Agius (pictured)
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The chief investigator of the University of Hong Kong's billing arrangements said the inquiry panel is reviewing the billing system with the medical faculty and will interview more people in the coming month.28 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
Hong Kong's elderly will be encouraged to swap mahjong and park gossip for computers and English classes as part of a government push to promote active ageing.13 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
A $5 million programme will be launched by the Social Welfare Department to train 110 nurses to ease a staffing crisis in the welfare sector.
Elderly Commission chairman Leong Che-hung said the Hospital Authority would launch the two-year training programme next year.27 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
The likelihood of the '360-degree' assessment scheme being implemented by the Hospital Authority is in doubt after the resignation of its key proponent, chairman Leong Che-hung.
An authority spokesman said the staff-appraisal system was currently under review.9 Aug 2004 - 12:00am
More legislators should be appointed to the Executive Council to improve relations with Legco, former legislator Leong Che-hung claimed.18 Feb 2001 - 12:00am
Over-dramatised media reports and democratisation have contributed to a negative image of the medical profession in the past two 'dark years', according to the legislator representing the medical sector.
Dr Leong Che-hung, speaking on RTHK's Letter to Hong Kong, urged the profession to take action.14 Feb 2000 - 12:00am
About 500 doctors signed a petition last night, urging non-affiliated legislator Dr Leong Che-hung to drop his plan to add Chinese herbalists to Legco's medical functional constituency.
Dr Kwok Ka-ki, who started the petition last week, accused Dr Leong of not consulting the medical sector, which Dr Leong represents in Legco.12 Jul 1999 - 12:00am
Officials came under fire for ramming through Legco a motion to seek support for the decision.
Since the Court of Final Appeal ruling, the Government had done nothing to tackle the issues, such as amending the law or consulting the public, House Committee chairman Dr Leong Che-hung said.
'In short, the Government . . . has excluded us from the game.20 May 1999 - 12:00am
Doctors yesterday defended the practice of charging patients according to their means as a Hong Kong 'tradition', after it was revealed that charges for a hysterectomy ranged from $20,000 to $200,000.26 Apr 1999 - 12:00am
The medical profession should set up its own monitoring mechanism to ensure the quality of health care services, a legislator said yesterday.
Dr Leong Che-hung, representing the medical constituency, said the profession should play a role in quality control.5 Apr 1999 - 12:00am
A private practitioner going up against provisional legislator Dr Leong Che-hung in the Medical Constituency poll says that a focused leader is needed following a recent series of medical blunders.
Dr Chan Ki-tak, 50, said: 'Over the past 10 years, I was a bit disappointed as so many problems emerged in the medical sector.17 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
The provisional legislature came to an end yesterday, 16 months after it set up shop in Shenzhen.
Forty-three members spoke in a three-hour valedictory motion debate moved by independent Dr Leong Che-hung as the interim body's two-day final sitting ended.
Before adjourning the sitting at 5.35 pm, President Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai said their work had been taxing.9 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
House committee chairman Dr Leong Che-hung yesterday insisted the provisional legislature was no rubber stamp.
Dr Leong said a review of its votes clearly showed the interim body was not siding 100 per cent with the Government.
'We have voted down more than 10 subsidiary items of legislation relating to a rise in fees, and frozen the proposed increases.1 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Most doctors eligible to vote in the medical constituency want to retain the single-seat, single-vote system in geographical polls, a survey has found.
The survey, conducted by provisional legislator Dr Leong Che-hung among registered doctors and dentists, showed 81 per cent preferred the single-seat, single-vote system adopted in the 1995 elections.25 Sep 1997 - 12:00am