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Death row dogs: 80 rescue animals face being put down after Hong Kong charity made homeless

These are three of the 80 dogs that could be put down in 22 days' time unless the charity that cares for them finds a new home.

29 May 2014 - 4:14PM

These are three of the 80 dogs that could be put down in 22 days' time unless the charity that cares for them finds a new home.

Death row dogs: 80 rescue animals face being put down after Hong Kong charity made homeless
Pet dog crushed to death by python in second attack in two weeks

A pet dog has been crushed to death in front of its owner and her two young children in the second attack by a huge python in Sai Kung West Country Park in less than a fortnight.

19 Jun 2014 - 10:55AM

A pet dog has been crushed to death in front of its owner and her two young children in the second attack by a huge python in Sai Kung West Country Park in less than a fortnight.

Pet dog crushed to death by python in second attack in two weeks
Woman stabs 5-metre python with pocket knife to save her dog's life in Hong Kong country park

A dog walker stabbed a python the head after it clamped its jaws around her beloved pet Dexter and attempted to crush him to death.

19 Jun 2014 - 10:55AM

A dog walker stabbed a python the head after it clamped its jaws around her beloved pet Dexter and attempted to crush him to death.

Woman stabs 5-metre python with pocket knife to save her dog's life in Hong Kong country park
Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in race for time to fund new site

Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation have just five weeks to build new kennels for 70 dogs on a piece of barren land, or deal with the prospect of closing down and leaving all their dogs homeless - or facing the fate of being put down.

23 Mar 2014 - 4:47AM

Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation have just five weeks to build new kennels for 70 dogs on a piece of barren land, or deal with the prospect of closing down and leaving all their dogs homeless - or facing the fate of being put down.

Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation in race for time to fund new site
Stop-work order on site of historic Hakka terrace in Pak Tam Chung

A New Territories villager who demolished a 160-year-old Hakka terrace in what has been called an act of cultural vandalism has been ordered to stop work on three new houses he has started to build on the site.

26 Jan 2014 - 5:33AM

A New Territories villager who demolished a 160-year-old Hakka terrace in what has been called an act of cultural vandalism has been ordered to stop work on three new houses he has started to build on the site.

Stop-work order on site of historic Hakka terrace in Pak Tam Chung
Sai Kung shelter appeals for help to save 66 dogs

This may be the last Christmas for 66 stray dogs at a Sai Kung shelter. Sai Kung Stray Friends says it has been told to vacate its Ho Chung premises, and unless it can find HK$3.5 million to buy an alternative site, the dogs will most likely have to be put down.

22 Dec 2013 - 4:51AM

This may be the last Christmas for 66 stray dogs at a Sai Kung shelter. Sai Kung Stray Friends says it has been told to vacate its Ho Chung premises, and unless it can find HK$3.5 million to buy an alternative site, the dogs will most likely have to be put down.

Sai Kung shelter appeals for help to save 66 dogs
Woman faces fines after saving stray dog

Sue Cuthbertson has been charged with breaching the Rabies Ordinance by not having a licence and failing to have the dog vaccinated. She has also been charged with failing to leash the dog in a public place, and faces up to HK$4,000 in fines.

24 Nov 2013 - 6:12AM

Sue Cuthbertson has been charged with breaching the Rabies Ordinance by not having a licence and failing to have the dog vaccinated. She has also been charged with failing to leash the dog in a public place, and faces up to HK$4,000 in fines.

Woman faces fines after saving stray dog
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Police look into making Lantau drivers go slow after cow deaths

Bumps, ramps and special traffic-slowing road surfaces are among measures being considered by police to curb speeding on Lantau following the death of eight cows in a hit-and-run accident last week.

17 Jun 2013 - 5:47PM

Bumps, ramps and special traffic-slowing road surfaces are among measures being considered by police to curb speeding on Lantau following the death of eight cows in a hit-and-run accident last week.

Police look into making Lantau drivers go slow after cow deaths
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Sai Kung shark may have been dangerous newcomer to Hong Kong

The Sai Kung shark featured in a video that grabbed attention online last week is believed to be a more dangerous species that originally thought, and one that has never before been reported in Hong Kong waters.

28 Apr 2013 - 7:25AM

The Sai Kung shark featured in a video that grabbed attention online last week is believed to be a more dangerous species that originally thought, and one that has never before been reported in Hong Kong waters.

Sai Kung shark may have been dangerous newcomer to Hong Kong
Work on delta bridge linked to expected decline in dolphin numbers

A report to be released within days is expected to partly blame the impact of construction work on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge for a continuing steep decline in the number of pink dolphins in Hong Kong waters.

16 Jun 2013 - 6:42AM

A report to be released within days is expected to partly blame the impact of construction work on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge for a continuing steep decline in the number of pink dolphins in Hong Kong waters.

Work on delta bridge linked to expected decline in dolphin numbers
Taking the high road
13 Jun 2008 - 12:00AM
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Hong Kong fails to promote breast milk even amid formula shortage

One breastfeeding advocacy group said a special hotline and other measures aimed at helping local mothers secure formula milk actually assisted manufacturers in promoting their products and gave them direct access to mothers.

5 May 2013 - 5:03AM

One breastfeeding advocacy group said a special hotline and other measures aimed at helping local mothers secure formula milk actually assisted manufacturers in promoting their products and gave them direct access to mothers.

Hong Kong fails to promote breast milk even amid formula shortage
Officials 'passing the buck' on fate of pink dolphins
Feral cattle in Sai Kung park acquire taste for human food including beef
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