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Basic Law expert Alan Hoo 'clarifies' view on Chinese-only judges
Think tank unit won't be 'internet police', Carrie Lam says
Legco members grill Carrie Lam over changes at Central Policy Unit
Leung Chun-ying's wife to step back from food bank role amid outcry
Ex-justice secretary Wong Yan-lung denies 'storm cloud' over judiciary
Beijing loyalist press Leung Chun-ying to come clean over illegal structures
Democratic Party's deputy leader Sin Chung-kai vies to lead it
CY Leung says Hong Kong's connections can help pan-Pearl River Delta develop
Handover blamed for private hospitals not providing free beds
Emily Lau Wai-hing elected Democratic Party chairwoman

Veteran politician Emily Lau Wai-hing became the first chairwoman of the Democratic Party after defeating vice-chairman Sin Chung-kai by a narrow margin.

16 Dec 2012 - 8:13PM

Veteran politician Emily Lau Wai-hing became the first chairwoman of the Democratic Party after defeating vice-chairman Sin Chung-kai by a narrow margin.

Emily Lau Wai-hing elected Democratic Party chairwoman
Emily Lau Wai-hing becomes Democratic Party's first chairwoman
'Henry' nearly nobbles Leung aide's noodles
Zhang Xiaoming vows to safeguard Hong Kong prosperity
Controversy as Lau Kong-wah makes C.Y.'s cabinet
Polling handshakes, a vote of confidence
I have no regrets about demotion, says 'humble' Lew
Anti-CY protesters explain why they took to the streets
Zhang Xiaoming: A hawk or dove to Hong Kong?
Milk powder row triggers calls for review of visit scheme

Tourism Board chairman and Liberal Party lawmaker James Tien Pei-chun said he welcomed measures to clamp down on trading of the milk powder, but called for an end to the scheme's multi-entry permits. He said visitors from Shenzhen should be limited to a single entry per day.

4 Feb 2013 - 11:47AM

Tourism Board chairman and Liberal Party lawmaker James Tien Pei-chun said he welcomed measures to clamp down on trading of the milk powder, but called for an end to the scheme's multi-entry permits. He said visitors from Shenzhen should be limited to a single entry per day.

Milk powder row triggers calls for review of visit scheme
Traffic arrangements during protests 'beyond councils' remit'
Leung Chun-ying protesters pledge to defy police ban on stalls
Thousands could face court over Leung slur
PwC pushes for tax breaks, relief measures in Hong Kong budget
Illiterate care workers and pills do not mix, warns care home boss
Relief measures for the poor after poverty line established: Carrie Lam

"A poverty line will be set up in October to help quantify the poverty-stricken population for a focused analysis," said Lam on a radio programme yesterday.

11 Jun 2015 - 4:33PM

"A poverty line will be set up in October to help quantify the poverty-stricken population for a focused analysis," said Lam on a radio programme yesterday.

Relief measures for the poor after poverty line established: Carrie Lam
Pan-democrats set to veto motion of thanks for maiden policy address
Legco votes down CY impeachment motion
CY Leung insists housing policy won't cause property crash
Leung pledges more homes

Later, on a television programme, Leung dismissed criticism that he had not been doing enough to curb property prices. He stressed that he would not allow "developer hegemony" and would increase the supply of homes when necessary.

22 Sep 2015 - 4:52PM

Later, on a television programme, Leung dismissed criticism that he had not been doing enough to curb property prices. He stressed that he would not allow "developer hegemony" and would increase the supply of homes when necessary.

Leung pledges more homes
Lack of space at home is top gripe of people aged 18-40, poll finds