Issue: September 20, 2014   (Archive)
Saturday, September 20, 2014   



Wait ends as new iPhones hit stores
The iPhone mania reaches new heights today as Apple's new gadgets reach shelves.

A degree of worry for HK students
Some Hong Kong students in Scotland are worried whether their degrees will be recognized should the Scots vote for independence.

Railways study to look at more operators
Whether Hong Kong needs more rail operators is to be studied, the transport secretary said yesterday - a day after unveiling a HK$110 billion program to build seven rail link projects.

Tougher controls on cooking oil pledged
The public will be consulted on new laws to ban restaurants and food outlets from using substandard or recycled cooking oil.

Chan's wife denies libel intent in cheating claims
The wife of Secretary for Development Paul Chan Mo-po told the Court of First Instance yesterday she had no intention of libeling the Lu family.

Security warning as online breaches treble
Online security breaches have tripled in the first half of this year, experts warned.

Mukden Incident marked by protests
Dozens of protesters from several groups descended on the Japanese consulate in Central to mark the 83rd anniversary of the Mukden Incident.

Maid loses right of abode appeal for son
The top court has dismissed an appeal from a Filipino domestic helper who was seeking to obtain the right of abode for her Hong Kong-born son.

Hui tells court of dilemma after accepting top job
Former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan revealed for the first time what went through his mind as he accepted an offer by Donald Tsang Yam-kuen to take the job.

Hey presto - it's the man of your dreams
You can find your ideal man in Tokyo this weekend.



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