Issue: July 04, 2015   (Archive)
Saturday, July 4, 2015   

Localists `don't fear' new law
Localism groups say the wide-ranging national security law will not deter them from their campaigns, especially since crossing the border has always been out of the question.



Market measures
China's authorities are adding another dose to boost the stock market after shares continued to fall yesterday.

Casino stocks soar on visa rules
Macau gaming shares bounced by more than 10percent yesterday in a rare bullish rally after authorities announced that mainlanders will be allowed an extended stay in the gambling capital.

Lai keeps mum after donation hearing
Pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai Chi- ying has testified at a closed-door Legislative Council hearing over his alleged donations to two pan-democrat lawmakers.

Beware fake $150 HSBC notes
Beware if you're offered an HSBC HK$150 banknote with lucky numbers - it could be fake.

Tate's Cairn Tunnel tolls to rise
The toll for Tate's Cairn Tunnel is to increase by an average of 11.9 percent on January 1, 2016.

Holiday bargains as tour prices cut
Your summer holiday travel should be cheaper - by up to 23 percent - in wake of the red travel alert raised against South Korea.



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