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  • Jan 27, 2015
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Wong Chuk Hang Estate

Plan to have contractors pay bond to cover wages

Idea seeks to avoid repeat of Dickson collapse that left 400 workers unpaid

Government contractors may be required to put up security when bidding for projects in future to ensure employees' wages are paid.

Tuesday, 4 April, 2006, 12:00am

Accused boy-killer cries over ex-lover

A toy salesman accused of kidnapping and murdering his girlfriend's four-year-old son because he was in the way of their relationship broke down in tears yesterday as he said he still had feelings for another woman.

27 Sep 2001 - 12:00am

Death after starvation

Chan Kok-ping, 28, who refused to eat for a month, collapsed and died in Aberdeen.

Chan, who apparently suffered from anorexia, was found unconscious by her mother at their flat in Wong Chuk Hang Estate.

5 Aug 1999 - 12:00am

Police search for boy of five missing in Aberdeen

Police were last night searching for a five-year-old boy missing since Wednesday.

Law Shiu-wai was collected by his father from Po Leung Kuk Yam Chi Nursery in Wong Chuk Hang Estate, Aberdeen, at about 5pm on Wednesday.

2 Jul 1999 - 12:00am

Addict throttled victims

A DRUG addict throttled two of his victims until they passed out before robbing them, the District Court heard yesterday.

Hairstylist Ko Sik-chuen, 34, pleaded guilty to three robberies in Aberdeen, where he lived.

On May 16 housewife Chan Chor-kiu, 40, was waiting for a lift at midday on Wong Chuk Hang Estate when Ko grabbed her round the neck from behind.

24 Aug 1995 - 12:00am

Fire injures two

A DELIVERY worker was seriously injured in a gas-related fire at his Wong Chuk Hang Estate home yesterday.

Lai Ming, 29, is believed to have turned on a light without realising the kitchen was filled with leaked gas. His father, Lai Shue-hei, 68, sustained minor burns when he went to the rescue.

5 Jul 1993 - 12:00am

Still waiting

ON December 14 I wrote to the South China Morning Post. My letter headlined, ''New basket plea'' was about the poor state of the playground basketball equipment at Wong Chuk Hang Estate No. 6.

I just wonder why the Housing Authority and the Southern District Recreation Board have chosen to turn a blind eye to my request.

28 Jan 1993 - 12:00am