Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Friday, October 31, 2014   

Lee calls on Libs to rethink position
Liberal Party founding member Allen Lee Peng-fei has called on the party to lose its pro-establishment label in exchange for gaining larger support from citizens.

Call it a day, groups urge protesters
Ethnic minorities and Asian business communities have urged Occupy Central protesters to "halt their ill- advised activities" immediately.

Legco chief cagey over Leung future
Legislative Council president Jasper Tsang Yok-sing refuses to comment on the chances of Leung Chun-ying finishing his term or being re-elected as chief executive.

Rule of law tops our cherished core values
Democracy ranks only fourth among our most cherished core values, according to a recent Chinese University of Hong Kong survey.

Tung Chung hotel on hold until big idea set
The Airport Authority has suspended a tendering process for building a hotel in Tung Chung.

Party man on indecent assault rap
A senior Civic Party worker allegedly indecently assaulted a 21-year-old man in a Wan Chai apartment, Eastern Magistrates' Court heard yesterday.

Dead Sea Scrolls to be subject of show
Two of the world's greatest archaeological finds the Gabriel's Revelation Stone and the Dead Sea Scrolls from the Israel Museum will be the subjects of an exhibition in Hong Kong from next Saturday until January 1.

Occupy heat in legislature as two probes are pushed
The Legislative Council will today continue a debate on two motions moved under the terms of the Powers and Privileges Ordinance on the Occupy movement following a marathon 11-hour session yesterday.

New protests watchdog to eye the police
Protesters will have a new watchdog to monitor the police use of force against occupiers, the Civil Human Rights Front announced yesterday.

Wine festival location not to vendors' taste
Companies taking part in the Wine and Dine Festival, which opens today, say the location is not convenient and they fear this could also affect the number of visitors.

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