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 Issue: September 02, 2015   (Archive)
Thursday, September 3, 2015   

Europe squabbles over angry migrant masses at its doorstep (World)
(09-02 20:36)
As European countries grapple with record numbers of desperate refugees and migrants clamoring to enter Europe, the continent's cherished system of borderless ...   
09-02 21:43 -  Female honor guard primed for parade (China)
09-02 21:37 -  August residential deals fall by 27pc (Hong Kong)
09-02 21:31 -  Coach driver held for death of elderly woman in Wan Chai (Hong Kong)
09-02 21:25 -  US businesses add 190,000 jobs in August (Business)
09-02 21:23 -  Asia props up Lego profits (Business)
09-02 21:20 -  (Boxing) Germany heavyweight shot (Sports)
09-02 21:17 -  (Rugby Union) Welsh doping cheat banned (Sports)
09-02 21:16 -  (Football) Nigerian eager to join Fifa race (Sports)
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Macau austerity kicks in
Deep cuts in public spending are taking hold in Macau amid a continuing fall- off in its mainstay gambling sector.
China Business News
Cheers and boos as HKU alumni cast pro-vice chancellor votes
Cheers and boos filled the special meeting of University of Hong Kong convocation on the delayed appointment of the new pro-vice chancellor.

  • Occupy protesters walk free
  • Rush to dump the yuan spurs HKMA to step in
  • Big HK delegation heads to Beijing
  • Pension proposal to `widen gap'

  • Kindies to be checked for unsafe water
  • Leung renews attack on anti-mainland protesters
  • Prisoners given chance at pet grooming career
  • Security gauntlet set for testy footie clash

  • Weak factory data grips globe
  • Home fears for banks
  • Engineering giant files for listing
  • Rumors fly on yuan

  • More relics at risk as temple loss snapped
  • Journos in the clear on navy trafficking link
  • Med crossing risked by 350,000
  • Merkel backs refugee distribution formula

     Fun just starting for Nishikori conqueror
    Frenchman Benoit Paire recorded the biggest shock of an upset-filled opening day with a stunning five- set victory over last year's finalist Kei Nishikori.
  • Don't blame us

     Festival breaks new ground
    Johnny Depp tops the cast of stars headed to Venice this week for what is shaping up as a watershed edition of the world's oldest film festival.

    Let's hear it for marriage-saving white noise
    A friend of mine has been sleeping on the living room couch for years because his wife can't stand his snoring.

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