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Law society condemns Occupy Central plan
Carrie Lam takes a secret peek at poor
EXCO's HKTV talks are confidential says Leung Chun-Ying, as his popularity plummets
Business groups ‘worried’ by Occupy co-founder’s meeting in Taiwan
Chief secretary promises efforts on manpower needs

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor deflected criticism of a population policy consultation paper, saying the government would do its best to assess the manpower needs of the local economy.

27 Oct 2013 - 5:30AM

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor deflected criticism of a population policy consultation paper, saying the government would do its best to assess the manpower needs of the local economy.

Chief secretary promises efforts on manpower needs
Occupy Central playing with fire by meeting DPP, mainland media warns
Beijing is sincere about universal suffrage in 2017, says CY Leung
Occupy Central's attempt to register as a company hits a roadblock
Tang still 'bitter' about missing out on top job
Leung Chun-ying denies overruling Exco over HKTV licence
Government can't get its story straight on leaked TV licence document

The government has given mixed messages over whether a leaked document - stating there was no justification for denying any of the three applicants free-to-air television licences - was a genuine paper discussed in the Executive Council.

21 Oct 2013 - 10:07AM

The government has given mixed messages over whether a leaked document - stating there was no justification for denying any of the three applicants free-to-air television licences - was a genuine paper discussed in the Executive Council.

Government can't get its story straight on leaked TV licence document
Tong says gifts were 'in spirit of courtesy'
Wong proves he can draw an audience
Protesters fear chaos at next CY Leung public meeting

Protesters fear there could be chaos during Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s next meet-the-people session on Sunday. Their increased concern comes amid accusations by the Civic Party and others that Leung has links to triad groups – an allegation his office strenuously denies.

17 Aug 2013 - 10:24AM

Protesters fear there could be chaos during Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s next meet-the-people session on Sunday. Their increased concern comes amid accusations by the Civic Party and others that Leung has links to triad groups – an allegation his office strenuously denies.

Protesters fear chaos at next CY Leung public meeting
CY's team should hold back on teacher
Queue jumpers at July 1 march were warned of 'tough action'

Police warned protesters before July 1 that "resolute action" would be taken against anyone trying to join the democracy march in Causeway Bay, according to the police watchdog.

3 Jul 2013 - 7:11AM

Police warned protesters before July 1 that "resolute action" would be taken against anyone trying to join the democracy march in Causeway Bay, according to the police watchdog.

Queue jumpers at July 1 march were warned of 'tough action'
It's tough to trace hackers, says internet security expert

As the Hong Kong government asks the US to clarify Edward Snowden's claims of hacking in the city, an internet security expert says it's tough to trace when hackers attack, where they operate from and what information they steal.

27 Jun 2013 - 5:38AM

As the Hong Kong government asks the US to clarify Edward Snowden's claims of hacking in the city, an internet security expert says it's tough to trace when hackers attack, where they operate from and what information they steal.

It's tough to trace hackers, says internet security expert
Top Beijing official says no change in policy on Hong Kong

Wang Guangya told Beijing-loyalist lawmakers last week that the central government had consistently upheld, and continued to uphold, the principle that "'one country' is the premise and foundation for 'two systems'" - a reference to the "one country, two systems" formula guiding Hong Kong affairs under Chinese sovereignty.

31 Mar 2013 - 5:48AM

Wang Guangya told Beijing-loyalist lawmakers last week that the central government had consistently upheld, and continued to uphold, the principle that "'one country' is the premise and foundation for 'two systems'" - a reference to the "one country, two systems" formula guiding Hong Kong affairs under Chinese sovereignty.

Top Beijing official says no change in policy on Hong Kong
Leung urged to call press conference over structures
Steps to universal suffrage may start in 2013
Leung calls for big government thinking to boost HK economy
Ferry crash gives Leung popularity boost
Mister Trouble Wong Yuk-man takes on status quo
Ambitious goals of think tanks in Hong Kong remain unfulfilled
Leung to scrap revamp to prioritise poverty and housing
New Legco hearing for old-age benefit
Franklin Lam to take leave of absence
24pc of people worried about press freedom, survey shows
Hong Kong chief executive urges people not to wave colonial flag
Beijing may scrutinise Hong Kong laws, says Rita Fan