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.

Bourse chief backs reform
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing chairman Chow Chung-kong says people should accept Beijing's reform proposal as it paves the way for a one-man, one-vote system.

Idea to open election listing will be floated
A potential candidate for the 2017 chief executive election may be limited to 300 backers from the 1,200 nominating committee members so a bigger slate can be set, according to sources.

Restrictions at Tamar irk student rally organizer
The Federation of Students says its plans to hold a rally at Tamar during the class boycott are being stymied by the government.

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