Government officers angered Lamma islanders by targeting hundreds of bicycles parked near the ferry pier at Yung Shue Wan. After tagging 387 bikes with removal notices on Monday, yesterday they confiscated 13 which their owners had not removed in time.Thursday, 29 March, 2012, 12:00am
Lamma Island's primitive septic tanks will soon be flushed away by a modern centralised sewage system the government says will improve hygiene and the marine ecology.
The HK$420 million Drainage Services Department project is expected to benefit 5,000 island residents. Construction started in 2010 and the first stage of the system is expected to come into use next year.21 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
Call it a smear campaign or just a quirky protest against the reclamation plan for Lamma Island's seafront, but whoever has been drawing Hitler moustaches on district councillor Yu Lai-fan's election posters had better watch out.6 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Pet owners on Lamma Island fear a dog poisoner is on the loose after at least six animals died in the past three weeks.
One owner, who lost a chow, said yesterday that the actual figure was more than 10 because some cases had not been reported and the owners had decided to bury their dead pets.29 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Lamma plan nothing like Stanley revamp
Anton Ivanov says that the objections to the Lamma harbour reclamation are made by 'overzealous activists' ('Reclamation is good for island', April 29).
If this is the case, then why do 85 per cent of the restaurants on Main Street object to the scheme? Are these people overzealous activists?4 May 2011 - 12:00am
For a government that claims to be so open and transparent, the lack of public consultation over plans to reclaim a chunk of the bay beside the Lamma Island village of Yung Shue Wan comes as a surprise. It is a proposal that has been twice rejected by residents, yet is back on the drawing board with few being aware of its existence.2 May 2011 - 12:00am
Full-time doctor the answer, not more concrete
So the planning and civil engineering and development departments want to reclaim a further four square kilometres of existing natural bay to create a clear emergency vehicle access (EVA) to the ferry pier from the clinic at Yung Shue Wan, based on 15-year-old logic and plans.30 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
The Yung Shue Wan waterfront on Lamma Island will be filled with about four square kilometres of concrete under a government plan.
The HK$55 million project aims to create a footpath and ambulance road stretching about 400 metres right around the bay, with the town's entire seafront being reclaimed.27 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
It's a case of deja-vu for those who call laid-back Lamma Island home. The waterfront of Yung Shue Wan, home to seafood restaurants, will be filled in with about four square kilometres of concrete under a government plan.
The HK$55 million project will provide a new pedestrian path and ambulance road stretching about 400 metres right around the bay.26 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
Nicholas Botelho ('Cheaper holiday ferry fares will bring more visitors to Mui Wo', April 7) should be very careful what he wishes for.
Our government beautifying Mui Wo? He can't have seen the damage done by its efforts at Peng Chau. Yes there are flowers. There are also wide expanses of concrete and tiles and little sign of life.16 Apr 2011 - 12:00am