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You talking to me? Taxi drivers face phone ban

Taxi drivers should be banned from having more than two mobile phones on their dashboards, according to a cabbies' union. The Urban Taxi Drivers Association Joint Committee said the handsets limited the view of the road, and answering phones and sending text messages distracted drivers.

14 Jun 2018 - 6:02PM

Taxi drivers should be banned from having more than two mobile phones on their dashboards, according to a cabbies' union. The Urban Taxi Drivers Association Joint Committee said the handsets limited the view of the road, and answering phones and sending text messages distracted drivers.

You talking to me? Taxi drivers face phone ban
Kindergarten enrolment a picture of calm
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Hongkongers still unsure of stamps with 'no value'

Three months on, Hongkong Post's new postage stamps are still confusing users. The stamps, part of the post office's "Heartwarming" series, were introduced on October 1 last year and bear no denomination. Their usage is indicated simply by different coloured circles on their left-hand corners.

2 Jan 2014 - 3:15AM

Three months on, Hongkong Post's new postage stamps are still confusing users. The stamps, part of the post office's "Heartwarming" series, were introduced on October 1 last year and bear no denomination. Their usage is indicated simply by different coloured circles on their left-hand corners.

Hongkongers still unsure of stamps with 'no value'
Fans and friends remember Anita Mui at anniversary concert
Concern grows in Hong Kong over fake HK$1,000 notes
Pilots see clear skies ahead with new weather app

The app, MyAeroMET, which is tailored for the aviation community, allows pilots to obtain the latest weather information through their mobile devices, providing them with satellite pictures, reports of hazardous weather, and forecasts across the globe, said the Observatory's assistant director Sharon Lau.

20 Dec 2013 - 4:29AM

The app, MyAeroMET, which is tailored for the aviation community, allows pilots to obtain the latest weather information through their mobile devices, providing them with satellite pictures, reports of hazardous weather, and forecasts across the globe, said the Observatory's assistant director Sharon Lau.

Pilots see clear skies ahead with new weather app
HKTV’s Ricky Wong wins big in annual Icon of the Year poll