Three men were jailed yesterday for arranging bribes from people who wanted to be members of the Jockey Club, in a 2009 scam.Thursday, 31 May, 2012, 12:00am
Twenty years after they were built and held for leasing, a portfolio of luxury homes at Redhill Peninsula, Tai Tam, are up for sale.
The developers of the luxury project - Chinachem Group, its subsidiary Dan Form Holdings and Sino Group - yesterday appointed Jones Lang LaSalle as the lead agent for the sale of 48 houses and 119 apartments at Redhill.16 May 2012 - 12:00am
A Jockey Club member yesterday admitted he was involved in a conspiracy to defraud the club by putting false information on a membership applicant's form.
Merchant Tong Kam-pui, 63, pleaded guilty in the District Court to conspiracy to defraud after he was arrested by the Independent Commission Against Corruption in an undercover sting.17 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Buoyed by a jump in earnings, Sino Land is proposing a bonus share for every 10 held by investors to mark the company's 30th anniversary of listing on the stock exchange.
The property developer yesterday said underlying profit jumped 25.5 per cent to HK$4.4 billion for the year to June.2 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Sixth Jockey Club voting member on fraud charge28 May 2011 - 12:00am
Four Jockey Club members appeared in Eastern Court yesterday accused of making false statements on an application form of someone seeking to become a racing member.17 May 2011 - 12:00am
A site on The Peak fetched the third-highest land price in the city's history yesterday, underscoring the continued strength of the luxury residential market.
Nan Fung Development and The Wharf (Holdings) paid HK$10.4 billion in an auction for the site at 103 Mount Nicholson Road - HK$32,014 per square foot.29 Jul 2010 - 12:00am
Hundreds of potential buyers queued overnight to invest in the first residential development launched since tighter measures on marketing tactics were introduced - a sign people are more confident of a fairer sale.2 Jul 2010 - 12:00am
Underlying gains top HK$3.9b as company books sales from mass residential project
Sino Land, Hong Kong's fifth-largest developer by market value, posted a 17.42 per cent drop in underlying full-year profit as revenue was mostly from a mass residential project.19 Sep 2007 - 12:00am
Sun Hung Kai pays record HK$42,196 per sq ft for Mount Kellett Road property
A residential site on The Peak has become the most expensive piece of land in the world, according to property experts.
Sun Hung Kai Properties paid a record HK$1.8 billion for the lot at 12 Mount Kellett Road, which has a potential gross floor area of 42,658 square feet when developed.20 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
HK developer to spend HK$1.6b on Marina Bay hotel-retail waterfront complex after winning rights to Collyer Quay site
Sino Land will invest about HK$1.6 billion to develop a boutique hotel-retail waterfront complex at Marina Bay in Singapore.20 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
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Developers mark up flats after Kowloon sites exceed forecasts, but government rules out bubble
Property prices look set to boom following the better-than-expected results of yesterday's land auction.
Hours after the government reaped $10.15 billion for three residential sites, two developers announced plans to increase prices at their new estates.28 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
Property tycoon Robert Ng Chee-siong and jockey Brett Prebble enjoyed the best-possible prelude to this afternoon's Hong Kong Derby when they combined to take the Group Two Alister Clark Stakes in Melbourne yesterday.
Prebble on board Ng's Speedy King won the race over the mile course at Moonee Valley.21 Mar 2004 - 12:00am
Sino Land property tycoon, Robert Ng Chee-siong will send out his first Hong Kong Derby runner this Sunday riding the crest of a winning wave that would look good in any remake of the surfing movie Big Wednesday.17 Mar 2004 - 12:00am