Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Sunday, November 23, 2014   

More suspects held over Legco violence
Four more suspects have been arrested in connection with this week's Legislative Council disturbances, bringing to 10 the number being held.

Sung mellow with yellow as graduates earn his respect
A sea of yellow umbrellas marked the Chinese University's graduation ceremony yesterday but its president Joseph Sung Jao-yiu did not bat an eyelid.

Chan lawyer tells of lack of bribery evidence
There is no evidence to show Sun Hung Kai Properties executive director Thomas Chan Kui-yuen bribed former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan, the Court of First Instance heard.

Airport plugs into clean power play
The airport is using 10 solar-powered passenger stairways and five electric lower deck loaders among 400 measures to cut emissions at Chek Lap Kok.

Protesters await Mong Kok ruling
Mong Kok occupiers will learn their fate today when the High Court will give further instructions on execution of the Nathan Road injunction, and decide whether the Argyle Street injunction could be appealed.

Tutor agencies broke privacy laws over IDs
Private tutor placement agencies have "excessively collected" 520,000 identity card numbers in breach of the data privacy laws, a watchdog said.

Disaster hearing told of double tracking
The vessel involved in the 2012 Lamma ferry disaster displayed two different tracks on radar at the same time in the crucial seconds before its collision with Lamma IV, a court heard.

Drone maker takes hit with US ruling
Drone manufacturer and pilot Raphael Pirker has suffered a severe setback with the US aviation safety board describing the use of drones as "reckless or careless" and ruling that operators may be fined.

World-class vision for harbor outlined
Hong Kong has the opportunity to not only have a world-class waterfront, but also be a world leader, the chairman of the advisory Harbourfront Commission said.

European carnival set to bring holiday cheer
After an eight-year hiatus, the Great European Carnival will once again treat Hongkongers next month to the continent's best amusement rides, food and entertainers.

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