Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Thursday, November 27, 2014   




CY 'advised to withdraw ATV license'
The Communications Authority had advised Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying in September not to renew Asia Television's free-to-air broadcasting license, the Court of First Instance heard yesterday.

Galleries look good, sound fine
Today sees the launch of Hong Kong Art Gallery Week 2014. The eight-day event includes a variety of tours, exhibitions, talks, a family day and neighborhood activities to introduce art galleries and Hong Kong's role in the art world to a wider audience.

Call for HIV testing as new cases hit record
A record 195 new HIV cases were diagnosed in the third quarter of this year, again fueled by men having sex with men.

Consulate in dark as Manila lifts ban on nine
The Philippines has lifted a ban against nine Hong Kong journalists who allegedly heckled President Benigno Aquino during an APEC summit in October last year.

Defense case ends with Hui trial break
Final submissions for the defense in the high- profile corruption case involving former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan and Sun Hung Kai Properties co-chairmen Thomas Kwok Ping- kwong and Raymond Kwok Ping-luen ended yesterday after a 121-day trial at the Court of First Instance.

Six with spirit take on role of ambassador
Six Hongkongers were yesterday named 2014 Spirit Ambassadors.

Young people found to be in need of help
Young people will be able to save money faster to buy their own flats if various organizations provide them with hostel accommodation when they begin their working lives.

Bright students to learn of $350m fund
A HK$350 million three-year scholarship fund will begin in the next school year with 100 outstanding local students eligible to receive scholarships to study at top universities abroad.

Radical in Legco storming case ordered to stay away
A radical activist known as the "Frenchman" who allegedly led dozens of protesters to break into the Legislative Council complex has been ordered to stay at least 300 meters away from the building in Tamar.

Mong Kok barricades to be cleared today
Bailiffs, assisted by more than 3,000 police officers, are poised to clear barricades in the Mong Kok protest zone today, the scene of a series of violent clashes between Occupy Central supporters and opponents.



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