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Sing

Jennifer Palor, singer

1. Smiling Faces - Incognito, from the album Positivity

Jazzy, soulful and uplifting. I listen to this to start off my day. It never fails to put me in a great mood.

2. Afternoon - Pat Metheny Group, from the album Speaking of Now

Sunday, 9 May, 2010, 12:00am

40/40 Carpenters (CD)

Karaoke favourites the Carpenters joined their record company 40 years ago; 40/40 celebrates the occasion with a double disc of 40 memorable tracks.

22 Jan 2010 - 12:00am

Forty years of faultless pop

Karaoke favourites the Carpenters joined their record company 40 years ago; 40/40 celebrates four decades of memorable music with a double disc of 40 tracks.

29 Nov 2009 - 12:00am

Battered wives call for better social services for those at risk

A group of battered wives has called for more specialised social services to be made available to at-risk women because they say understaffed family service centres have failed to help them secure a home away from abusive husbands.

The Social Welfare Department is to report to lawmakers today about the progress of a review of the operations of 61 family service centres.

11 May 2009 - 12:00am

As life progresses, so does city's jewellery

It's no surprise that historian and jewellery designer Lo Kai-yin would be behind a new exhibition at Sha Tin's Hong Kong Heritage Museum chronicling the changing role of jewellery in Hong Kong.

20 May 2008 - 12:00am

For romantics only

Eighteen love songs sung by well-known singers makes Voices of Love the ultimate album for romantics.

Don't Know Why by Norah Jones and The Look of Love by Diana Krall are typical coffee shop jazz songs that are perfect for a study break.

29 May 2005 - 12:00am

Time to sing goodbye

With four English Schools Foundation alumni making it into the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens squad this year, the ESF has plenty of reason to celebrate. But their most audible - and certainly most lyrical - presence will be turning out on Sunday. A chorus of a thousand ESF primary school children will sing before the finals are played and an ESF music teacher will sing at the closing ceremony.

16 Mar 2005 - 12:00am

Nitin Sawhney Prophecy

(V2)

Coming out of Britain with an eclectic mix of Indian vibes, smooth jazz, laid-back flamenco and searing drum 'n' bass, Nitin Sawhney never fails to impress with each seamlessly woven album.

6 Jul 2001 - 12:00am

Tai Fook prediction of price jump stirs debate over sector direction

The debate over the direction of the residential property market intensified yesterday as Tai Fook Securities predicted home prices could rise by about 20-30 per cent over the next two years.

The comments came a day after SC Securities forecast a 50 per cent fall in home prices.

5 Nov 1998 - 12:00am

S. Megga deal to raise $61.8m

Telecommunications equipment maker S. Megga International Holdings is to raise $61.8 million through a placement and subscription deal involving its 24.7 per cent shareholder Fook Man Development Co.

Fook Man is to place 114 million shares - 16.6 per cent of S. Megga's enlarged capital - at 55 cents a share and then subscribe for the same amount of shares at the same price.

25 Apr 1997 - 12:00am

More of the same from Jogador

EQUITRACK lover Jogador looked in fine shape as he yesterday went through a searching last gallop in readiness for the last meeting on the dirt in the history of Happy Valley racing.

Jogador had been very much of a disappointment before his owner Gabriel Dias Azedo switched him to the John Moore stable along with Cheguei for the start of this season.

10 Apr 1994 - 12:00am

Hill's patience looks to be paying off for Debonair

DEBONAIR looked a serious sprinter in the making when working impressively from the barriers at the top of the Sha Tin back straight yesterday morning.

Last season's unbeaten private purchase griffin moved in Rolls Royce fashion as he came through his mid-section with stablemate and first-season Irish import, Chater Sovereign, in a comfortable 24.0 seconds.

21 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

Allan to motor it with Ka Fook

IVAN Allan steps Ka Fook (Nap) up to 1,900 metres in the final event on tonight's Sha Tin card and that should prove a winning move.

And Allan, still an outside chance for the trainers' title, has also called for the blinkers for the first time, a move possibly suggested by the gelding's effort over a mile behind Iron Horse at his last outing.

5 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Hutchison holds key to a double

KA Fook looks worth waiting for in the seventh event at Sha Tin this afternoon.

The Bruce Hutchison-trained four-year-old has put in two highly creditable efforts since returning from a gelding operation.

He has now been found an ideal opportunity by his handler who may not train as many winners as some but is more astute than most.

27 Feb 1993 - 12:00am

Mark your card

DON'T give up on David Oughton's Highland Laddie, who was all the rage for the final event at Sha Tin yesterday on the strength of some useful form as a griffin last season.

He was fresh and sweated up a bit prior to his reappearance yesterday and then ran as if he would improve significantly for the outing.

31 Jan 1993 - 12:00am

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