As a hunger strike at Hong Kong's biggest immigration detention centre continues, one of the men taking part has told of his declining health after refusing meals for 37 days.Sunday, 25 September, 2011, 12:00am
Name Wong Tsz-fung School Yan Chai Hospital No 2 Secondary School Grade Form Six Sports Handball, cross-country, football, athletics (triple jump and 800m)
Tsz-fung, 18, is a star, all-round sportsman in Tuen Mun district.22 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
At least 200 police officers equipped with masks, gloves and tools will spend the next four days sifting for drugs amid heaps of plastic in a Tuen Mun warehouse following the largest cocaine bust in the city's history.20 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Labels will be clearer, access restricted and staff training stepped up after a refuse bag of radioactive waste was mistakenly sent out from Tuen Mun Hospital's nuclear medicine unit.
The refuse bag was sent by a cleaner to a chemical waste treatment centre two days before its radioactivity expired.18 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Powerhouses South China extended their poor run of form into the new season when they were stunned 2-1 by Tuen Mun in their opening match in the BMA First Division at Hong Kong Stadium yesterday.11 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Two young brothers who survived an horrific car crash that killed their aunt and critically injured their father and grandmother are believed to have escaped with their lives thanks to their size.6 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
An award-winning computer scientist and his mother-in-law were in a critical condition last night after surviving a car crash that killed a female relative and seriously injured the man's two sons aged five and seven.5 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Deputy chairman lends Birmingham City HK$80m1 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
A policeman was in serious condition last night after he was stabbed by the distraught father of a man whose body he was guarding.
Constable Ko Chun-sing, 25, was wounded in the chin after being sent to a seventh-floor flat in Tuen Mun where Wong Chi-wai, 25, who was mentally impaired, was found unconscious in bed at about 10am.31 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
A bird expert has blamed bureaucracy and repair works for wiping out a population of swallows at the Tuen Mun magistrates court.
Wong Hok-sze of the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society visited the court site yesterday and could not find any house swifts - one of the city's most common types of swallows - or their nests.24 Aug 2011 - 12:00am