Seekers

Seekers evoke age of innocence with middle-road ride

The Seekers,

Convention and Exhibition Centre

Saturday, 9 October, 2004, 12:00am

'Radical' abode seekers stopped from staging anniversary march

Police have barred 300 abode seekers from staging a march this afternoon on the grounds that they have taken radical action and caused public disorder during previous demonstrations.

26 Jun 2002 - 12:00am

Door pushed in during abode raid

Immigration and police officers broke down a failed abode seeker's front door in Tsuen Wan yesterday during their seventh house arrest operation.

Ninety-six officers raided 15 premises and arrested four failed abode seekers - three men and a woman aged between 23 and 48.

20 Jun 2002 - 12:00am

Immigration staff doing difficult job

I refer to the report headlined 'Women tells of terror over arrests' (South China Morning Post, May 9).

It described how one of the right-of-abode claimants described her 'terror' as she watched footage of fellow claimants being arrested in their homes.

13 May 2002 - 12:00am

Restraint needed

However justified their case to stay may be, right of abode seekers and their supporters unwisely allowed emotions to get the better of them when they trapped Secretary for Security Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee inside her car on Wednesday.

26 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

1,000 marchers seek halt to repatriations

More than 1,000 failed right-of-abode seekers who are fighting repatriation took to the streets again yesterday, urging the public to support them.

They vowed to fight on despite official warnings that they will be sent back within weeks.

Cheng Cho-sang, spokesman for a right-of-abode parents' group, said they would take their children back to school today.

8 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

Sensible decision is fair and just

I would like to add my views to those of Rose Yuen (South China Morning Post, April 4) on the abode issue.

While I sympathise with some of the right-of-abode seekers, they did break the law in the first place by overstaying.

6 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

Abode seekers cancel protest march

An abode seeker group has called off a 2,000-strong march scheduled for this morning after police said only 150 could take part.

1 Mar 2002 - 12:00am