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 Issue: November 21, 2014   (Archive)
Sunday, November 23, 2014   

  
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(Update) Twenty hurt in Light Rail-bus crash (Hong Kong)
(11-21 18:50)
Twenty people have been, one of them seriously, in a collision between a Light Rail train and a double-decker bus in Tuen Mun. The accident happened sh...   
11-21 19:03 -  PBOC to inject liquidity if necessary (Business)
11-21 19:00 -  6.9-magnitude quake hits eastern Indonesia, no tsunami alert (World)
11-21 18:41 -  China cuts interest rates (Business)
11-21 18:38 -  Uighur scholar's appeal rejected against life sentence (China)
11-21 18:31 -  (Football) Sturridge breaks down again with new thigh injury (Sports)
11-21 18:21 -  Sri Lanka minister defects to challenge president (World)
11-21 18:17 -  Luxury car collection including 4 Rolls-Royces goes up in flames in Moscow (World)
11-21 17:53 -  Democracy activists protest outside British consulate (Hong Kong)
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China Business News
Saving ancient wells: money down the drain?
Preserving three ancient wells at the To Kwa Wan station of the MTR's Sha Tin to Central link will cost a staggering HK$5.4 billion more, it was revealed yesterday.
China Business News
Going cheap as Xmas tour prices fall
Hongkongers could be merrily taking off this Christmas after group tour fees for many destinations were slashed, with South Korea and Japan leading the way.


  • New laws pushed to cut tree tragedies
  • Saving ancient wells: money down the drain?
  • Going cheap as Xmas tour prices fall
  • Threats to flight safety as upgrade drags on


  • More suspects held over Legco violence
  • Disaster hearing told of double tracking
  • Tutor agencies broke privacy laws over IDs
  • Protesters await Mong Kok ruling



  • Easing flats duty 'bad move'
  • Inflation firms in October
  • Along for the ride with US
  • Nuclear firm shows power


  • Beauty queen, sister 'shot in jealous rage'


    New 'Red Baron'
    Sebastian Vettel admitted he hopes to emulate "childhood idol" and fellow German Michael Schumacher after being announced as a Ferrari driver.




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    Taking stock of connect and strong dollar
    Contrary to the common prediction that the Shanghai- Hong Kong Stock Connect would be a bilateral game, it is looking more like a one-way flow that sucks money from the SAR.


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