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Flights to take more health precautions after second Sars scare

More health measures will be taken on flights in and out of the city, the health minister said yesterday, as Hongkongers breathed a sigh of relief after a cabin crew member tested negative for novel coronavirus.

11 Mar 2013 - 5:18AM

More health measures will be taken on flights in and out of the city, the health minister said yesterday, as Hongkongers breathed a sigh of relief after a cabin crew member tested negative for novel coronavirus.

Flights to take more health precautions after second Sars scare
Beijing-friendly Macau sees no need for national education
Technology breakthrough will change way we see the world
HK$700,000 raised at auction to preserve art school site
Ferry probe to take 6 months, says Marine Department
Anti-national education class strike gets support of university authorities
Businesses count the cost of decision to block extra Shenzhen visitors
Fourth woman in hospital after blood transfusion beauty therapy
Causeway Bay joins International Zouk Flash Mob dance for unity
Surge in first-year entrants on first day of university term in Hong Kong
New books on way from Nobel laureate Mo Yan
Factbox: history of the case against Hong Kong tycoons
Tai Hang dragon dance marks colourful start to Chinese holiday

Thousands of people thronged in Tai Hang to watch the area's heritage-listed dragon dance, kicking off the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day celebrations. Paraded along the narrow streets by 300 dancing Tai Hang residents, the 61-metre fire dragon swung its head and tail to the cheering of crowds.

30 Sep 2012 - 11:53AM

Thousands of people thronged in Tai Hang to watch the area's heritage-listed dragon dance, kicking off the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day celebrations. Paraded along the narrow streets by 300 dancing Tai Hang residents, the 61-metre fire dragon swung its head and tail to the cheering of crowds.

Tai Hang dragon dance marks colourful start to Chinese holiday
CityU to develop system to match WiGig technology
Universities wasting power through air-con use, green group says
Auctions consolidate HK's status as art powerhouse
Limits urged on baby formula adverts
Mainland 'golden week' tourists shun Hong Kong's traditional attractions
Botox can help reverse crossed eyes says Chinese University academic
Deadly bus crash puts focus on health of drivers
Thousands take to Macau's streets in diverse protest
More Hong Kong elderly live in poverty, study says

While Hong Kong's rich get richer, the poor are still getting poorer, according to the findings of a new study. Although the figure for those classed as living in poverty fell to 17.1 per cent of the population in 2011, the gap between haves and have-nots is widening.

15 Oct 2012 - 7:57AM

While Hong Kong's rich get richer, the poor are still getting poorer, according to the findings of a new study. Although the figure for those classed as living in poverty fell to 17.1 per cent of the population in 2011, the gap between haves and have-nots is widening.

More Hong Kong elderly live in poverty, study says
Susan Jung publishes new cookbook, A Celebration of Food
Interview drills may hurt applicants, says head of Diocesan Boys' School
Tears at services for Lamma ferry disaster victims
Budget travellers squeezed in Macau
Tape proves broadcaster DBC a victim of Bejing meddling, co-host says
Tin Shui Wai school mourns brothers killed in Pat Heung fire
Hong Kong team second in Jupiter's moons race
Feuding Yung Kee family come together to mourn Kinsen Kam