A man who slammed his four-year-old son into a wall during a drunken outburst that left the child with a dislocated jaw and other injuries was jailed for 21 months yesterday.Thursday, 18 October, 2007, 12:00am
In 1959, I was working for a family friend at a car-importing firm when I bumped into a schoolmate who was working as a reporter with the South China Morning Post. He told me how much fun his job was, writing something new every day and talking to people from all walks of life. I was hooked, and wrote to the Post's manager, Peter Plumbly.18 Aug 2004 - 12:00am
I refer to the letter from William Lam (South China Morning Post, April 9), concerning water-disruption cases at Macdonnell and Kennedy roads.12 May 2001 - 12:00am
A POLICE constable who indecently assaulted a prostitute whom he had arrested during an anti-vice operation was yesterday convicted in North Kowloon Court.
Magistrate Robert Edwards deferred sentencing Yip Chi-ching until October 4 for background and psychological reports.19 Aug 1994 - 12:00am
A BAG thrown overboard from a ferry contained three loaded pistols and 52 bullets, the High Court heard.
Pang Wan-chiu denied possessing arms and ammunition without a licence and is being tried by a jury before Mr Justice Duffy.
Crown counsel Mr William Lam said that on Christmas Eve 1991, Pang got off a ferry at Ping Chau.14 Jan 1993 - 12:00am