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Size matters: Hong Kong lawyers say venue for tainted water probe is too small
Hong Kong government should pay legal costs of residents affected by lead-in-water scandal, inquiry hears

The government should pay the legal costs of three Hong Kong public housing estate residents who are seeking to have their cases heard by a judge-led investigation into the city’s lead-in-water scandal, an inquiry heard.

20 Oct 2015 - 5:47PM

The government should pay the legal costs of three Hong Kong public housing estate residents who are seeking to have their cases heard by a judge-led investigation into the city’s lead-in-water scandal, an inquiry heard.

Hong Kong government should pay legal costs of residents affected by lead-in-water scandal, inquiry hears
Dignity at stake, Hong Kong chief executive says in backing Carrie Lam's order that officials not be goaded into drinking lead-tainted water
Fantasy or reality? Hong Kong planners question government's vision of iconic 'tourism node' at former Kai Tak airport
Postage rates in Hong Kong to go up to ‘reflect underlying costs’
Hong Kong's Link Reit looks to brush up its image 10 years on from controversial stock listing
Hong Kong tourist dies after falling from cliff during hike in Thai national park
Hong Kong politicians of all stripes joint events to celebrate anniversary of China's 1911 revolution
Negotiator of Hong Kong's handover to China, Geoffrey Howe dies at 88
Driver arrested after Mercedes ploughs into two women in Hong Kong nightlife district

One man was killed and two women injured - one of them seriously - in road accidents across the city last night. In Aberdeen Street, Central, a black Mercedes driven by what witnesses described as a 'young' male driver, careered out of control and ploughed into two foreign women - thought to be from the UK, sending one of them flying into the air before crashing into a shop front.

27 Sep 2015 - 8:50PM

One man was killed and two women injured - one of them seriously - in road accidents across the city last night. In Aberdeen Street, Central, a black Mercedes driven by what witnesses described as a 'young' male driver, careered out of control and ploughed into two foreign women - thought to be from the UK, sending one of them flying into the air before crashing into a shop front.

Driver arrested after Mercedes ploughs into two women in Hong Kong nightlife district
High-flying ambitions: Cable car Ngong Ping 360 to diversify offering corporate training and guided tours amid tourism downturn
'What reconciliation?' Chinese WW2 veteran refuses Japanese firm's offer to pay for his forced labour
Pro-business Liberal Party leader says chief executive should apologise to mainland visitors over protests
'It's logical': harbour watchdog defends New World as partner in Avenue of Stars expansion despite lack of bidding
Hong Kong Avenue of Stars expansion won't feature luxury shops or posh restaurants, top officials says amid outcry
Tiu Keng Leng's old police station nominated for Hong Kong historic building status
Owner of 80-year-old Hong Kong pawn shop 'refuses to meet government' to discuss last-ditch efforts to stop demolition

The owner of an 80-year-old Hong Kong shophouse that is being demolished to make way for a commercial tower has refused to meet development minister Paul Chan Mo-po as the government made last-ditch efforts to save parts of the building, it has emerged.

25 Aug 2015 - 5:33PM

The owner of an 80-year-old Hong Kong shophouse that is being demolished to make way for a commercial tower has refused to meet development minister Paul Chan Mo-po as the government made last-ditch efforts to save parts of the building, it has emerged.

Owner of 80-year-old Hong Kong pawn shop 'refuses to meet government' to discuss last-ditch efforts to stop demolition
Codename Castra: the Post reporter-spy who defied the Japanese during the second world war
Secret wartime agents who defied Japanese during occupation of Hong Kong
Avenue of the Stars in the hands of a single developer: how wary should Hongkongers be?

When the Avenue of Stars project was awarded to New World Development without an open tender in 2003, the idea of upping the glam factor at the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront met with little opposition.

22 Aug 2015 - 8:58AM

When the Avenue of Stars project was awarded to New World Development without an open tender in 2003, the idea of upping the glam factor at the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront met with little opposition.

Avenue of the Stars in the hands of a single developer: how wary should Hongkongers be?
Unsung warriors set up in Sai Kung: the Hong Kong guerrilla fighters who battled the Japanese in WW2
Host of 70th anniversary events in Hong Kong mark Japanese surrender in second world war
Survey on usage of Hong Kong’s factory buildings makes no mention of subdivided flats
Pop-up Hong Kong shopping mall near border with mainland China would run for three years

A proposed pop-up shopping complex near the border with Shenzhen would operate for just three years before making way for a permanent mall, it emerged yesterday.

15 Aug 2015 - 5:10AM

A proposed pop-up shopping complex near the border with Shenzhen would operate for just three years before making way for a permanent mall, it emerged yesterday.

Pop-up Hong Kong shopping mall near border with mainland China would run for three years
Hong Kong family with decades of residential ties to statutory monument poses heritage dilemma for officials
Hong Kong planners may change definition of ‘industrial use’ to cover activities such as fish farming and hydroponics
6,000 more Hongkongers at risk as eighth housing estate found with heavy lead in water
Lead water scare spills into luxury sector as upmarket development The Caldecott found with samples almost twice safe limit

The lead contamination scare plaguing public housing estates has spilled over to an upmarket private residential development in Cheung Sha Wan where water with a lead level almost twice the safe limit was detected in a kitchen serving the banquet hall.

20 Jun 2018 - 5:06PM

The lead contamination scare plaguing public housing estates has spilled over to an upmarket private residential development in Cheung Sha Wan where water with a lead level almost twice the safe limit was detected in a kitchen serving the banquet hall.

Lead water scare spills into luxury sector as upmarket development The Caldecott found with samples almost twice safe limit
Pro-Beijing lawyer Kennedy Wong faces ICAC bribery charges
Hakka clan to resurrect Hong Kong village that was lost to high-rise development