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 Issue: October 24, 2014   (Archive)
Saturday, October 25, 2014   

Protesters to hold street vote (Hong Kong)
(10-24 18:08)
Hong Kong's democracy activists are planning a street vote to gauge protesters' views on conciliatory offers from the government, as the city's former leader on...   
10-24 18:38 -  Nepal bus accident kills 9, injures dozens (World)
10-24 18:03 -  CY should consider quitting: Tien (Hong Kong)
10-24 18:00 -  China and 20 other countries sign up to regional bank (Business)
10-24 17:50 -  California startup unveils gun technology for cops (World)
10-24 17:49 -  Britain says EU is asking for bigger contribution (Business)
10-24 17:04 -  Sweden says 'at least one' vessel operated in its waters (World)
10-24 17:00 -  British economy grows slower in Q3 (Business)
10-24 16:59 -  Firm in China's first bond default to be restructured (Business)
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China Business News
Offer goes to a vote
Hong Kong goes to the polls on Sunday, with a vote on whether or not to accept government proposals to appease Occupy protesters.
China Business News
Spiders get Lion's share of exposure
A group of intrepid rock climbers calling themselves "Hong Kong Spidies" abseiled down a cliff face of Lion Rock above Kowloon in a daring move to secure and then unfurl a yellow giant banner declaring "I want genuine universal suffrage."

  • Absent lawmakers slammed
  • 4pc pay rises on the cards
  • Court battle as ban on road blocks challenged
  • No help for cutting crew from officers

  • Hui graft trial adjourns for summing up
  • Occupy blamed for poor travel sales
  • Civil servants split on protest action
  • Damage to social order worries CY

  • Sino shows confidence with $18b investment
  • Dollar's rise hits reserves
  • Lines remain steady
  • Loan provisions hit CCB growth

  • Vow after Ottawa attack
  • Outrage at freedom for killer of cops
  • Staff held over death crash
  • Abused maids trapped by UAE rules

     Russian roulette
    Hong Kong are to play Russia in a two-Test series next month as they begin their long buildup for qualification to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

    Slim pickings for the fast-food industry
    Fast food is a postwar phenomenon that was first seen in America before catching on in the rest of the world. By industrializing preparation, fast food brings freshly cooked fare to more people at an affordable cost.

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