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Visiting Australian discovers Hong Kong's first police superintendent was ancestor

Hong Kong's first police superintendent, John Bruce.

When Mal Bruce came to Hong Kong from Perth, Australia, to trace his family's ancestry, he was not prepared for the emotional rollercoaster he faced in a city he had never visited before.

Sunday, 5 May, 2013, 7:10am

Real people bring reading to life

Visitors to some public and university libraries on the mainland may well find themselves in a 'living library', offering 'living books' (real people) to readers.

The idea of a living - or human - library, started in Denmark in 2000 and promotes dialogue, reduces prejudice and encourages understanding as visitors talk with the 'people on loan'.

17 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

New female assistant police chief appointed

Hong Kong police will have two women serving concurrently as assistant chiefs for the first time, after a major management reshuffle was revealed yesterday.

Pauline Ng Tsui Fung-ying, 52, is being promoted from the rank of chief superintendent of the human resources branch. Winnie Chiu Wai-yin is already Assistant Commissioner for Support.

6 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

Marine chases dangerous, police say

Anti-smuggling operations may not be the most glamorous sort of police work but are among the most dangerous.

Officers said driving a speedboat could be much more dangerous than driving a car at high speed.

15 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Legal representation for lower ranks moves closer

A law change to allow disciplined services staff legal representation in disciplinary hearings will be presented to legislators for debate by July.

1 Mar 2010 - 12:00am

Police to go ahead with protest march

Police yesterday decided to go ahead with plans for a controversial protest march on Sunday, with a possible turnout of more than 2,000.

24 Jun 2009 - 12:00am

76 arrested in West Kowloon drugs swoop

Police arrested 76 people, including 15 staff members, during an anti-drugs operation at discos in West Kowloon. About 100 officers raided five clubs in Yau Tsim Wong during the 12-hour operation, which began at 11pm on Saturday. Officers seized ketamine, Ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana and other drugs with an estimated value of HK$24,000.

24 Sep 2007 - 12:00am