Friday, December 19, 2014   

1,000 minibuses join anti-Occupy campaign
(07-29 12:16)

More than a 1,000 red and green minibuses that operate 50 routes across Hong Kong have joined in the move against the Occupy Central campaign, by putting up anti-Occupy Central posters on their vehicles.
The minibus drivers are taking part because they say Occupy Central would affect the livelihood of the industry -- paralyzing traffic and the Hong Kong economy in Central, where there are around 40 minibus routes in operation. --RTHK   
Other Hong Kong breaking news:
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United front to be set up to promote democracy (12-18 14:57)
Govt threatens to retract paternity leave bill (12-18 14:50)
Funeral held for fireman (12-18 14:48)
Ombudsman launches probe into leaking water pipes (12-18 14:47)
10% of govt revenue to be placed in housing fund (12-18 11:59)
ICAC search home of Guotai Junan's executive (12-17 18:59)
Civic Party lists policy address proposals (12-17 18:01)
Protesters may need to pay for damage to property (12-17 18:00)
Air quality worse since Occupy ended: CAN (12-17 12:30)

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