Issue: June 07, 2011   (Archive)
Friday, November 28, 2014   

Saddest day for cricket as a favorite son dies
The cricket world was in mourning yesterday after Australian batsman Phillip Hughes died in a Sydney hospital two days after being hit in the head by a ball.

Doggone! Dismay for teen as men steal pet
A teenager is lamenting the loss of her English bulldog, which was snatched by three masked men while she was jogging in Tuen Mun early yesterday.

Mong Kok braces for violence
Businesses on Nathan Road in Mong Kok were last night bracing for new violence after activists vowed to reclaim the area that had been cleared by more than 6,000 police officers in the previous two days.

Students reveal next targets
Government buildings will be targeted in stepped up action following the removal of protest zones in Mong Kok, the Federation of Students says.

No need for curfew: Leung
Leung Chun-ying says there is no need to impose a curfew in Mong Kok and instead called for citizens to obey the law.

Banned from Monk Kok
The public face of Occupy Central, Joshua Wong Chi-fung, together with student leader Lester Shum and other activists have been banned from the heart of Mong Kok as a condition of bail.

Top duo held as protest zone cleared in blitz
With military precision, police arrested two prominent student leaders, tore down barricades and removed tents along a 500-meter stretch on Nathan Road in Mong Kok in just 75 minutes.

All eyes on Admiralty site
Police will monitor the situation in Mong Kok this week before deciding on how to clear the main protest site in Admiralty and a smaller zone in Causeway Bay.

Seven cops arrested in assault probe
Seven police officers who allegedly assaulted Civic Party member Ken Tsang Kin-chiu last month in Lung Wo Road have been arrested.

Up and running
The hustle and bustle returned to Mong Kok yesterday as traffic flowed and shops did brisk business after all six lanes of the occupied section of Nathan Road were reopened.

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