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Six in 10 Hongkongers unhappy in their jobs - and half intend moving on in the next year

Employees polled in the city say relationship with colleagues more important than salary in determining job satisfaction

1 Sep 2015 - 5:31PM

Employees polled in the city say relationship with colleagues more important than salary in determining job satisfaction

Six in 10 Hongkongers unhappy in their jobs - and half intend moving on in the next year
Caught on camera: Employees accused of abusing people with learning disabilities including 'force feeding woman'
Hong Kong security chief says phone scams are here to stay, but warning against travel to Bangkok may go
The retired planning maverick who's on a 'mission from God' to take trams off Hong Kong's roads
Hong Kong demonstrators march to Japanese consulate in protest at war crimes
Indonesians suffer heatstroke during Independence Day celebrations as Hong Kong swelters in 37C
Car-free Central? Hong Kong campaigners want key road reserved for trams and pedestrians
Hong Kong economy records surprise 2.8 per cent growth
MTR Corporation faces HK$3 billion bill as more railway projects go over budget
Two more Uber drivers arrested in Hong Kong as local taxi drivers prepare to launch rival service
Australian tourism chief hopes plunging currency can lure visitors from Hong Kong

Australia’s dollar is coasting downward as China devalues the yuan, a situation Canberra hopes can translate into more of dollars coming in from Hong Kong.

13 Aug 2015 - 12:05AM

Australia’s dollar is coasting downward as China devalues the yuan, a situation Canberra hopes can translate into more of dollars coming in from Hong Kong.

Australian tourism chief hopes plunging currency can lure visitors from Hong Kong
Five Uber drivers arrested in Hong Kong sting on unlicensed car-hailing services

Police raided the Hong Kong office of online car-hire giant Uber and arrested five drivers on Tuesday in a crackdown on unlicensed transport services.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Police raided the Hong Kong office of online car-hire giant Uber and arrested five drivers on Tuesday in a crackdown on unlicensed transport services.

Five Uber drivers arrested in Hong Kong sting on unlicensed car-hailing services
Taiwanese Horng Ryen Jen sandwiches were contaminated before they arrived in Hong Kong, says health department

Sandwiches were sold across wide range of outlets in city, yet lab findings indicate common source Salmonella food poisoning

11 Aug 2015 - 7:00AM

Sandwiches were sold across wide range of outlets in city, yet lab findings indicate common source Salmonella food poisoning

Taiwanese Horng Ryen Jen sandwiches were contaminated before they arrived in Hong Kong, says health department
Axing of century-old trees in Sai Ying Pun triggers demands for explanation from Hong Kong government
Nickel found in Hong Kong housing estate’s tap water after lead and cadmium scares, says Democratic Party

Four water samples taken from flats in phases one and two of Wah Fu Estate in Pok Fu Lam contained the heavy metal nickel at well above the World Health Organisation standard.

7 Aug 2015 - 4:52PM

Four water samples taken from flats in phases one and two of Wah Fu Estate in Pok Fu Lam contained the heavy metal nickel at well above the World Health Organisation standard.

Nickel found in Hong Kong housing estate’s tap water after lead and cadmium scares, says Democratic Party
Hong Kong reports more food poisoning cases linked to Horng Ryen Jen sandwiches from Taiwan
Hongkongers' optimism wanes as freedom, prosperity plunge to lowest in a decade, HKU poll finds

Public Opinion Programme found rating of four out of five core social indicators had slumped, with degree of freedom dipping the most 

5 Aug 2015 - 2:32PM

Public Opinion Programme found rating of four out of five core social indicators had slumped, with degree of freedom dipping the most 

Hongkongers' optimism wanes as freedom, prosperity plunge to lowest in a decade, HKU poll finds
University of Hong Kong council member Arthur Li claims he was punched as students stormed meeting
Hong Kong buying more blood-testing devices to cope with fallout from tainted water scare
‘Breast is not a weapon,’ Hong Kong protesters shout as they gather at police headquarters
Hong Kong's metal contamination scare turns into political water fight

The competition between political parties rushing to test for tainted tap water descended into another fight yesterday in the run-up to the district council elections in November.

31 Jul 2015 - 2:57AM

The competition between political parties rushing to test for tainted tap water descended into another fight yesterday in the run-up to the district council elections in November.

Hong Kong's metal contamination scare turns into political water fight
Hong Kong's garage owners fear safety crackdown after fatal blast will drive them out of business
Cathay Pacific picks up passengers stranded in Alaska after emergency landing of Los Angeles-bound flight

A Cathay Pacific relief flight flew to Alaska to pick up 276 passengers and 18 crew members and continue their journey to Los Angeles after their original airliner was forced to make an emergency landing.

20 Jun 2018 - 5:50PM

A Cathay Pacific relief flight flew to Alaska to pick up 276 passengers and 18 crew members and continue their journey to Los Angeles after their original airliner was forced to make an emergency landing.

Cathay Pacific picks up passengers stranded in Alaska after emergency landing of Los Angeles-bound flight
Watchdog to step up monitoring of Hong Kong estate agents as more flats are rolled out

The real estate agents' watchdog will step up the monitoring of agents' practices as more first-hand residential flats are rolled out later this year.

29 Jul 2015 - 3:11AM

The real estate agents' watchdog will step up the monitoring of agents' practices as more first-hand residential flats are rolled out later this year.

Watchdog to step up monitoring of Hong Kong estate agents as more flats are rolled out
37 per cent of Hong Kong kindergarten pupils have rotten teeth, study finds
Kowloon City residents in Hong Kong say yes to relic protection, no to MTR project delay
Lantau residents in Hong Kong fear plans to increase vehicle use on restricted roads
Forty Hong Kong estate residents record ‘higher than normal’ lead levels amid tainted water scare

Blood samples of 40 residents, including an infant, from two public housing estates that were hit by the tainted water scare were found to contain "slightly higher than normal" amounts of lead, the government announced yesterday.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Blood samples of 40 residents, including an infant, from two public housing estates that were hit by the tainted water scare were found to contain "slightly higher than normal" amounts of lead, the government announced yesterday.

Forty Hong Kong estate residents record ‘higher than normal’ lead levels amid tainted water scare
Hong Kong travel agencies set to offer cut-price tours to South Korea
Air quality fears over plan to cut cross-harbour bus fares after tunnels