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'This eye shadow was tested on rabbits': call for mandatory labelling on cosmetics

Animal-welfare advocates are pressing for mandatory labelling to allow customers to easily identify which cosmetics have been tested on animals.

Animal-welfare advocates are pressing for mandatory labelling to allow customers to easily identify which cosmetics have been tested on animals.

'This eye shadow was tested on rabbits': call for mandatory labelling on cosmetics
1 Sep 2014 - 5:55AM
Market for animal-tested cosmetics is thing of past

With more customers expecting cosmetics to be cruelty-free, companies that ban animal testing can improve their corporate image and even boost sales, animal-rights advocates claim.

With more customers expecting cosmetics to be cruelty-free, companies that ban animal testing can improve their corporate image and even boost sales, animal-rights advocates claim.

Market for animal-tested cosmetics is thing of past
1 Sep 2014 - 5:55AM
Hongkongers left flat by ever-rising apartment prices, survey says

Nine in 10 Hongkongers believe apartment prices are too high and more than a third fear they will go even higher.

Nine in 10 Hongkongers believe apartment prices are too high and more than a third fear they will go even higher.

Hongkongers left flat by ever-rising apartment prices, survey says
28 Aug 2014 - 8:43AM
Ocean Park's new haunted house may just scare the life out of you

Ocean Park says its new haunted house is so scary it will require visitors to sign a disclaimer in case they fall ill or even die of fright after visiting it.

Ocean Park says its new haunted house is so scary it will require visitors to sign a disclaimer in case they fall ill or even die of fright after visiting it.

Ocean Park's new haunted house may just scare the life out of you
27 Aug 2014 - 5:49AM
100,000 children’s families in queue for public rental flats

The number of children whose families are in the queue for public housing has jumped 30 per cent in three years and now tops 100,000, a welfare group says.

The number of children whose families are in the queue for public housing has jumped 30 per cent in three years and now tops 100,000, a welfare group says.

100,000 children’s families in queue for public rental flats
29 Aug 2014 - 6:12PM
Law Society meets to decide president Ambrose Lam's fate

The Law Society's council meets today to decide the fate of its president, with two members suggesting he should resign.

The Law Society's council meets today to decide the fate of its president, with two members suggesting he should resign.

Law Society meets to decide president Ambrose Lam's fate
20 Jun 2018 - 3:51PM
More than 800 take part in anti-Occupy run, while march draws thousands

More than 800 people took part in a run through Hong Kong morning to oppose the Occupy Central campaign, but it was well below the 10,000 figure organisers had hoped for.

More than 800 people took part in a run through Hong Kong morning to oppose the Occupy Central campaign, but it was well below the 10,000 figure organisers had hoped for.

More than 800 take part in anti-Occupy run, while march draws thousands
18 Aug 2014 - 5:56AM
Hong Kong Monetary Authority chief Norman Chan adds to gloom on economy

Hong Kong's de facto central bank chief Norman Chan Tak-lam warned that the city's financial system could come under pressure when the United States raises its interest rates.

Hong Kong's de facto central bank chief Norman Chan Tak-lam warned that the city's financial system could come under pressure when the United States raises its interest rates.

Hong Kong Monetary Authority chief Norman Chan adds to gloom on economy
20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM
Chickens at Yuen Long farm may have died from overheating

The 2,000 chickens that died mysteriously in Yuen Long this week may have fallen ill because their coops became "too stuffy" after fans stopped working because of a power failure.

The 2,000 chickens that died mysteriously in Yuen Long this week may have fallen ill because their coops became "too stuffy" after fans stopped working because of a power failure.

Chickens at Yuen Long farm may have died from overheating
11 Aug 2014 - 6:10AM
Hong Kong won't follow Macau's strict lead on Ebola, health protection chief says

Hong Kong's efforts to keep the deadly Ebola virus at bay could be stymied by the reluctance of African visitors to give contact details to health officials, the city's health protection chief said.

Hong Kong's efforts to keep the deadly Ebola virus at bay could be stymied by the reluctance of African visitors to give contact details to health officials, the city's health protection chief said.

Hong Kong won't follow Macau's strict lead on Ebola, health protection chief says
4 Aug 2014 - 6:00PM
Hong Kong eyes new food-import regulations after 'rotten meat' scandal

The government will review the regulation of cooked-meat imports after the "rotten meat" scandal that has engulfed McDonald's in Hong Kong and a mainland supplier.

The government will review the regulation of cooked-meat imports after the "rotten meat" scandal that has engulfed McDonald's in Hong Kong and a mainland supplier.

Hong Kong eyes new food-import regulations after 'rotten meat' scandal
20 Jun 2018 - 5:15PM
McDonald’s misled Hong Kong food safety authority about rotten meat, says official

Food safety authorities in Hong Kong say they were misled by McDonald’s Hong Kong during its investigation last week into whether rotten meat from a factory in Shanghai was sold to Hongkongers.

Food safety authorities in Hong Kong say they were misled by McDonald’s Hong Kong during its investigation last week into whether rotten meat from a factory in Shanghai was sold to Hongkongers.

McDonald’s misled Hong Kong food safety authority about rotten meat, says official
28 Jul 2014 - 7:20PM
Government probes vehicle-hire apps

The government is "monitoring" the growing use of smartphone apps for passengers to arrange vehicle hire to ensure they comply with the law, a senior official told lawmakers yesterday.

The government is "monitoring" the growing use of smartphone apps for passengers to arrange vehicle hire to ensure they comply with the law, a senior official told lawmakers yesterday.

Government probes vehicle-hire apps
19 Jul 2014 - 4:02AM
ATV repays HK$200m loan to Cha brothers

ATV is likely to be saved from another winding-up action after the station repaid a HK$200 million loan and partial interest.

ATV is likely to be saved from another winding-up action after the station repaid a HK$200 million loan and partial interest.

ATV repays HK$200m loan to Cha brothers
8 Jul 2014 - 3:42AM
Unpaid property taxes piling up in law firms a risk as Legco delays stamp duty bill, John Tsang claims

Law firms risk having to keep an increasing amount in property taxes paid by clients because of a delay in passing legislation to enact a doubling of stamp duty, the financial chief claims.

Law firms risk having to keep an increasing amount in property taxes paid by clients because of a delay in passing legislation to enact a doubling of stamp duty, the financial chief claims.

Unpaid property taxes piling up in law firms a risk as Legco delays stamp duty bill, John Tsang claims
7 Jul 2014 - 9:12AM
Health Authority to look into expired sutures use at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

The health minister says he will find out why expired surgical sutures were used on 239 patients at Queen Elizabeth Hospital last year, and see if there is a way to prevent it from happening again.

The health minister says he will find out why expired surgical sutures were used on 239 patients at Queen Elizabeth Hospital last year, and see if there is a way to prevent it from happening again.

Health Authority to look into expired sutures use at Queen Elizabeth Hospital
7 Jul 2014 - 5:43AM
Dead liposuction patient was new mum

About 1.7 litres of fat were extracted from the 32-year-old mother of one by a woman general practitioner who was believed to have been the patient's friend for more than 10 years.

About 1.7 litres of fat were extracted from the 32-year-old mother of one by a woman general practitioner who was believed to have been the patient's friend for more than 10 years.

Dead liposuction patient was new mum
20 Jun 2018 - 5:15PM
Liposuction tragedy to prompt tighter controls on GPs

General practitioners may face tighter controls or even a blanket ban on carrying out liposuction or other high-risk medical procedures, the health minister says.

General practitioners may face tighter controls or even a blanket ban on carrying out liposuction or other high-risk medical procedures, the health minister says.

Liposuction tragedy to prompt tighter controls on GPs
20 Jun 2018 - 5:15PM
Reform poll hits 750,000 votes as accounting firms condemn Occupy Central

The city's four biggest accounting firms have joined in a statement condemning Occupy Central for its planned civil disobedience action.

The city's four biggest accounting firms have joined in a statement condemning Occupy Central for its planned civil disobedience action.

Reform poll hits 750,000 votes as accounting firms condemn Occupy Central
20 Jun 2018 - 5:15PM
Hit TV shows driving rise in visits to South Korea

The tourism industry is expecting a big rise in the number of Hong Kong travellers flocking to South Korea for the summer holidays this year.

The tourism industry is expecting a big rise in the number of Hong Kong travellers flocking to South Korea for the summer holidays this year.

Hit TV shows driving rise in visits to South Korea
2 Jun 2014 - 5:20AM
Corruption trial delayed as judge ‘reluctantly’ discharges jury

The judge presiding over the city's most high-profile corruption case 'reluctantly' discharged the jury barely an hour into the hearing yesterday, prompted by the exit of a juror who complained of illness.

The judge presiding over the city's most high-profile corruption case 'reluctantly' discharged the jury barely an hour into the hearing yesterday, prompted by the exit of a juror who complained of illness.

Corruption trial delayed as judge ‘reluctantly’ discharges jury
20 Jun 2018 - 5:15PM
Picking a jury in a high-profile case in Hong Kong

Lawyers for the five defendants in Hong Kong's highest-profile corruption case yesterday challenged 19 potential jurors without giving a reason - six fewer than is allowed under the Jury Ordinance.

Lawyers for the five defendants in Hong Kong's highest-profile corruption case yesterday challenged 19 potential jurors without giving a reason - six fewer than is allowed under the Jury Ordinance.

Picking a jury in a high-profile case in Hong Kong
20 Jun 2018 - 5:15PM
Graft trial of Hui, Kwok brothers called off as one juror is 'unwell'

The long-awaited trial of the city's most high-profile corruption case has been adjourned until tomorrow morning after one of the jurors of the nine-member panel was absent for "not feeling well".

The long-awaited trial of the city's most high-profile corruption case has been adjourned until tomorrow morning after one of the jurors of the nine-member panel was absent for "not feeling well".

Graft trial of Hui, Kwok brothers called off as one juror is 'unwell'
21 Jun 2018 - 2:58PM
City's universities won't put out welcome mat for chief executive
27 Jul 2013 - 3:16AM
WITHDRAWN: Indecent assault court case
27 Oct 2020 - 12:11PM
'Sars-like virus could hit HK despite false alarm'
9 Oct 2012 - 10:22AM
Disney under fire for asking inspectors to dress down
10 Sep 2005 - 12:00AM
SAR may fuel rise in Shenzhen flat prices
6 Jul 2000 - 12:00AM
New technology on the way to combat passport forgeries
25 Jul 2000 - 12:00AM
Man admits neglect over girl's burns
27 Aug 2004 - 12:00AM