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Siu Kwing-Chue

Slope advertising pilot scheme unveiled

Officials unveiled plans for a pilot scheme that will see slopes along public roads used for advertising.

Thursday, 24 February, 2000, 12:00am

CROSS-BORDER CO-OPERATION CRUCIAL IN FIGHT FOR BETTER ENVIRONMENT

Making the territory green would require help from all members of the public, the Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands said yesterday.

Gordon Siu Kwing-chue, outlining the Government's commitment, said he believed the proposed cross-border battle against pollution would yield results given the same determination on both sides.

9 Oct 1999 - 12:00am

Lands chief wanted greener Budget

The Budget overlooked the environment and lacked initiatives to improve our surroundings, the Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands admitted yesterday.

Gordon Siu Kwing-chue said he would have liked to have heard much more on the environment and related issues during the March 3 Budget speech.

16 Mar 1999 - 12:00am

Utility giants offer to open up

PUBLIC utility companies will not be forced to disclose more information about their operations, according to the Government.

Only one major utility company, China Motor Bus, has refused to join a voluntary scheme of disclosure, the Secretary for Economic Services, Gordon Siu Kwing-chue, has told legislators.

8 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

HK Telephone to release data

HONGKONG Telephone Company (HKTC) has bowed to pressure from the Government to release more financial information to the public.

The Secretary for Economic Services, Mr Gordon Siu Kwing-chue, yesterday said the administration fully understood legislators' requests for the company to publish accurate, meaningful and easily understood financial data on exclusive services.

27 May 1993 - 12:00am

Patten faces queries over PAA decision

LEGISLATORS are likely to ask the Governor, Mr Chris Patten, for help if the administration fails to explain by next Wednesday why the chief executive of the Provisional Airport Authority (PAA) was replaced.

27 Feb 1993 - 12:00am