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 Issue: October 22, 2014   (Archive)
Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

No end in sight for protests after talks (Hong Kong)
(1 hr 16 mins ago)
Hong Kong student leaders Wednesday said they may not take part in further talks with the government after accusing city authorities of failing to make any mea...   
1 hr 13 mins ago -  Soft Australian inflation supports low interest rates (Business)
1 hr 14 mins ago -  Apple co-founder to mentor at Australian university (World)
1 hr 23 mins ago -  (Champions League) Bayern, Chelsea, Shakhtar win by blowout (Sports)
1 hr 24 mins ago -  Students to discuss way forward on reform (Hong Kong)
1 hr 25 mins ago -  Students urged to rethink 'destructive tactics' (Hong Kong)
1 hr 28 mins ago -  Netizens lampoon government negotiators (Hong Kong)
1 hr 29 mins ago -  APEC finance chiefs meet amid global worries (World)
1 hr 29 mins ago -  Hang Seng up by lunch (Business)
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China Business News
New Occupy report to Beijing promised
Protesters have been promised a new report will be sent to Beijing that will spell out their sentiments and worries about the framework for political reform.
China Business News
Students vow to stay put after disappointing talks
"We're staying put." That's the message from the Hong Kong Federation of Students after a meeting with Chief Secretary Carrie Lam.

  • Offer of Occupy report labeled as good start
  • Retail rent seen steady as Occupy effect still hazy
  • High rollers hit a bump in HK as growth slows
  • Complaints against cops total 900

  • Enough water on tap at 6pc more per year
  • Enough water on tap  at 6pc more per year
  • Court hears of `false, bogus' deal
  • Now you can move with the times

  • Number puts stimulus on edge
  • Growth remains the important target
  • Home run begins for year-end
  • Underlying inflation hits 3.3 pc

     United can catch Blues, insists boss
    Louis van Gaal insists Manchester United can still overhaul English Premier League leaders Chelsea despite a 10-point gap between the two sides.

     Frisco pitch puts Royals off playlist
    Lorde's smash hit Royals is suddenly taking on a renewed significance and, to one set of sports fans, unwelcome as the Kansas City Royals head to baseball's World Series.

    Sparkling returns with morganite the mighty
    Pink is a fashion favorite in the current gemstone markets, especially among young jet-setters in the mainland. With the asking price of quality pink diamonds spiraling to millions of dollars per carat, morganite emerges as a gem that is in strong demand.

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