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 Issue: November 30, 2015   (Archive)
Monday, November 30, 2015   

Skin care drug prices rocketed by 401pc since 2009, US study finds (Business)
(11-27 16:48)
The cost of prescription skin treatments has skyrocketed since 2009, as the burden of escalating drug prices increasingly weighs on family budgets. Retail pric...   
11-27 17:36 -  Traders and food businesses rake in HK$5.2 trillion (Hong Kong)
11-27 17:30 -  Pope urges Kenyans to resist graft (World)
11-27 17:10 -  (Cricket) Black Caps struggle at dinner break (Sports)
11-27 17:06 -  (Swimming) Mitch Larkin sets short course record (Sports)
11-27 16:59 -  Villagers and developer convicted for village house scam (Hong Kong)
11-27 16:57 -  Germans arrest online gun vendor (World)
11-27 16:52 -  Greek pensioners vow to defy proposed cuts (Business)
11-27 16:45 -  In renewed war cry, UK's Cameron claims Syria bombing is legal (World)
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`It's all work, no play'
Two Primary Three students said they could not play basketball or exercise when preparing for the Territory-wide System Assessment - but a third child shrugged it off as no big deal.

  • Climate rallies turn up heat
  • Yuan poised for elite status
  • Shuttered playgroup boss held
  • HKU voters put Li to test

  • Unions in call for 6pc wage rise
  • Drone laws may take off soon
  • Youth chief seeking to answer critics
  • Plea to ground the third runway plan

  • Yuccie latest to fuel vicious homes cycle
  • More firms join active IPO market
  • Brisbane casino play
  • Brokerage reveals probe details

  • `Enough' call after clinic killings
  • Turks to hand back body of Russian pilot

     Costa gets blues
    Jose Mourinho's relationship with Diego Costa came under renewed scrutiny after the Chelsea manager dropped the striker for the 0-0 draw at Tottenham in the English Premier League.
  • Skippers bowled over by historic day-night Test thriller

     Sweet taste of success
    Standing behind the counter of the open kitchen, Vicky Lau Wan-ki rolls up the sleeves of her white snap-front chef's coat, and inspects the dishes for the night's dinner menu at Tate Dining Room and Bar. The chef-owner has arrived at the restaurant straight from two meetings but shows no fatigue.

    Don't be left looking a right jerk with those knee-jerk reactions
    Now that my children are all on Facebook I don't punish them for misdeeds any more. I just tag them on old family pictures of them pooping at the poolside etc.

    Positive side to securities probe
    The Chinese stock market had its biggest one-day decline 7.7 percent since August 25 on Friday.

  • Here we come Europe!
  • Airport harbors long-haul dreams

  • Beyond the Surface
  • Why construction software is building up to great things
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