Monday, November 24, 2014   

Japanese encephalitis reported
(08-06 18:09)

A 36-year-old foreign man was confirmed infected with Japanese encephalitis, marking the third local case this year.
The man lives in apartment in Gold Coast, Tuen Mun. He is now stable at Tuen Mun Hospital.   
Other Hong Kong breaking news:
Shark fin consumption declines in Hong Kong (11-24 18:53)
No marine park for dolphins before third runway (11-24 18:44)
3 men plunge to death in Ho Man Tin (11-24 18:40)
Manila reassessing blacklisted journalists' cases (11-24 18:11)
Proposal to trim Liberal Studies curriculum (11-24 18:11)
Injunction notices posted in Mong Kok (11-24 16:59)
'Pre-emptive' decision on relics criticized (11-24 14:40)
Beijing visit will not touch on political reform (11-24 14:39)
Barricades outside British consulate removed (11-24 12:28)
Date set for Wanchai double murder trial (11-24 12:03)

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