Issue: March 22, 2006   (Archive)
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   




Put up or shut up over foreign forces, CY told
Critics have rounded on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, a day after he said "external forces" from different countries are influencing the pro-democracy movement.

Libs' chief gives cops $300,000
Liberal Party leader James Tien Pei-chun is donating HK$300,000 to support frontline police officers a gesture that comes as his party launches a campaign to raise funds for officers.

Kids `used as shields,' claim police
Pro-democracy protesters in Mong Kok are being accused of using children as human shields to protect them against police action.

`Agitated' Chan tells of $11m loss
Sun Hung Kai Properties executive director Thomas Chan Kui- yuen was disappointed, agitated and angry after learning in court that his investments for a health product ended up in the pockets of former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan, the Court of First Instance heard.

So-smelly Molly laughs off mud bath
The sounds coming from the nullah were unexpected and startling.

What a relief as docs pinpoint pee problem
More than 60 percent of those aged 40 and over need to visit the loo as least once during the night, a survey has found.

Call for boundary body as squatter disputes increase
The Law Reform Commission is proposing an ownership registration system be created to better protect landowners against squatters' claims.

Recycled waste sustains protesters' ideals
Protests and demonstrations are a phenomenon of contemporary societies. While the nature and mode of practice are constantly evolving, the impact they have has never been stronger on society, the people and global media.

Drugs squad tells of small but often tactic
Narcotics Bureau officers are keeping tabs on the latest smuggling trend of using couriers to sneak in small amounts of drugs but at a more frequent rate.

Ho hits out at students for closing roads
Sing Tao News Corp chairman Charles Ho Tsu-kwok, who on Saturday received the SAR's top honor, the Grand Bauhinia Medal, accused Occupy Central students of being "selfish" by occupying main roads.



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