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Ex-ICAC boss faces graft probe for allegedly dining out on public money

Former anti-graft chief Timothy Tong Hin-ming faces investigation by his former subordinates as new evidence suggests he used public money to treat officials from Beijing's liaison office.

26 Apr 2013 - 8:31AM

Former anti-graft chief Timothy Tong Hin-ming faces investigation by his former subordinates as new evidence suggests he used public money to treat officials from Beijing's liaison office.

Ex-ICAC boss faces graft probe for allegedly dining out on public money
Apology to 12 cross-border travellers over mistaken milk powder arrests

A lawmaker has attacked the government for refusing to say which infant milk formulas are restricted from being taken out of Hong Kong. The criticism came after Secretary for Food and Health Dr Ko Wing-man apologised yesterday to 12 mainlanders carrying rice-based baby cereal, who were mistakenly arrested at the border.

23 Mar 2013 - 4:50AM

A lawmaker has attacked the government for refusing to say which infant milk formulas are restricted from being taken out of Hong Kong. The criticism came after Secretary for Food and Health Dr Ko Wing-man apologised yesterday to 12 mainlanders carrying rice-based baby cereal, who were mistakenly arrested at the border.

Apology to 12 cross-border travellers over mistaken milk powder arrests
Arrested son did screen test for 3-D porn film

The younger son arrested over the killing of an old couple had a sad childhood and once did a screen test for a 3-D soft porn film. The man, 29, who briefly worked on Sing Tao Daily's property desk, approached the media on Wednesday saying his parents were missing. Police said yesterday they were killed on March 1.

16 Mar 2013 - 5:40AM

The younger son arrested over the killing of an old couple had a sad childhood and once did a screen test for a 3-D soft porn film. The man, 29, who briefly worked on Sing Tao Daily's property desk, approached the media on Wednesday saying his parents were missing. Police said yesterday they were killed on March 1.

Arrested son did screen test for 3-D porn film
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