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- Hong Kong cat burglar climbs 17 storeys up drainpipe to steal HK$450,0000 from executive’s Mid-Levels flat 21 October 2021A burglar who climbed up the drainpipe of a 20-storey Hong Kong building stole HK$450,000 (US$57,900) in cash and valuables from the home of a senior executive at an American investment bank before shimmying back down the way he came, a police source said on Thursday.Officers believed the break-in took place sometime after the 34-year-old […]
- Hong Kong wet markets battling health scare after outbreak of potentially dangerous bacterial infection linked to freshwater fish 21 October 2021Hong Kong’s wet markets are grappling with a health scare after an outbreak of a potentially dangerous bacterial infection in the city was linked to freshwater fish sold by some vendors.Medical experts have urged the public to avoid eating raw seafood after 79 cases of invasive Group B Streptococcus bacteria infection were detected in patients […]
- Legislative Council of Hong Kong passes controversial bill allowing more overseas-trained doctors to practise in the city 21 October 2021The Legislative Council has voted overwhelmingly to allow more overseas-trained doctors to practise in Hong Kong, with the controversial legislation clearing its last hurdle to becoming law after a five-hour meeting.The passage of the government’s amendment to the Medical Registration Ordinance at its second and third reading on Thursday – by a vote of 39 […]
- More Hong Kong opposition district councillors ousted after oath-taking ceremonies 21 October 2021Another 16 opposition district councillors were unseated by Hong Kong’s home affairs chief on Thursday, bringing the total number of municipal-level politicians ousted to 55.Among the latest to be disqualified over their oath-taking were seven Democratic Party members. They included former lawmaker Roy Kwong Chun-yu, Yuen Long District Council chairman Zachary Wong Wai-yin, and Tsuen […]
- Legco passes bill to bring in outside doctors 21 October 2021The Legislative Council on Thursday passed a bill that allows non-locally trained doctors to fully practise in Hong Kong without taking a local licensing exam, despite opposition from the medical sector. Under the amendments, doctors with non-local medical qualifications can apply for full registration in Hong Kong upon working in public healthcare institutions in the […]
- Outbreak of bacterial infections linked to fish: CHP 21 October 2021Members of the public have been urged to avoid touching raw fish while shopping at wet markets, as health authorities on Thursday confirmed an outbreak of a bacterial infection that has led to dozens of people falling sick. The Centre for Health Protection said an analysis showed that among the 79 patients who tested positive […]
- Another batch of district councillors unseated 21 October 2021The government on Thursday disqualified 16 district councillors from the western New Territories, saying the oaths of allegiance they took two weeks ago were invalid. In a statement, the government said it decided to strip the councillors of their seats after considering their written replies to requests for information. Among those unseated was former Democratic […]
- IPCC complaint reports left in a taxi 21 October 2021The Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC) says it has lost some documents containing personal information on 20 people, including complainants and police officers. In a statement, the council said a folder, containing six complaint reports, was left in a taxi on Monday evening. It did not specify who had lost it. The reports detail the […]
- New customs chief appointed 20 October 2021The Central People's Government has approved the appointment of Louise Ho as Commissioner of Customs & Excise on the recommendation of Chief Executive Carrie Lam. Ms Ho’s appointment took effect from today when Hermes Tang proceeded on pre-retirement leave after 34 years’ service. The Chief Executive said Ms Ho has served in the Customs & Excise Department […]
- 16 DC oaths confirmed invalid 20 October 2021Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui determined that oaths taken by 16 District Council members on October 8 were invalid. The oath-taking ceremony covered members of the Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun, Yuen Long, Kwai Tsing and the Islands district councils. Of the 68 members who took oaths, Mr Tsui as the oath administrator confirmed that 51 were […]
- Testing record check ends 19 October 2021The Government today completed a joint enforcement operation on a compulsory testing notice for Golden Glory Court, Phase 1, Golden Lion Garden in Sha Tin. The enforcement action was carried out from around 6am to 11am by the Sha Tin District Office together with Police, the Department of Health and the Auxiliary Medical Service. About 340 people’s […]
- Edward Yau joins business breakfast 19 October 2021Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau today updated members of the Australian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong (AustCham) on the trade performance and business outlook of Hong Kong and initiatives related to commerce and trade in the 2021 Policy Address. At a business breakfast organised by AustCham, Mr Yau pointed out the resilience displayed […]
- Drugs case: NCB searches actress Ananya Panday’s home 21 October 2021After Aryan Khan, yet another star kid has come under the scanner of the Narcotics Control Bureau. The investigating agency reached Chunky Panday’s house on Thursday afternoon, where his daughter Anaya Panday also stays. Three NCB officials, including a female officer, conducted a search operation at Anaya’s house. The search was soon concluded and the […]
- How fast the GPU of Apple's most powerful chip is 21 October 2021
- Pakistan's T20Is record in the last decade gives India the edge 21 October 2021Pakistan have never tasted success against India either in ODI or T20 World Cup games but that does not bother captain Babar Azam who reckons the team's recent record in UAE pitches will give them edge over India. Pakistan has a dismal 0-5 record against India in T20 World Cup clashes overall.
- Facebook to get new name: What users have to say 21 October 2021
- Farmers have right to protest but can't block roads: SC 21 October 2021
- India to be fastest growing economy: IMF 14 October 2021New Delhi : India will be the fastest growing major economy in the world in fiscal 2022, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday.India will also be the fastest growing economy in 2021 despite the IMF and the UN reducing India’s growth projections after the second Covid wave cut into the recovery momentum.The IMF […]
- Welcome back Air India: Tata sons 13 October 2021NEW DELHI: – The government said on Friday that Tata Sons will retake control of Air India after bidding $2.4 billion in total, including stock and debt, bringing an end to years of battle to privatize the financially ailing airline.A successful sale of the loss-making national flag carrier would be a huge achievement for Prime […]
- Hong Kong influencer dies while taking a selfie 12 July 2021Sofia Cheung, an Instagram influencer from Hong Kong succumbed to death as she slipped at the edge of the waterfall while taking a selfie. The 32-year-old influencer and her three friends took a trip to Ha Pak Lai, a park popular among hikers on Saturday (July 10). Reportedly, Sofia was trying to take a selfie […]
- Why is Digital Marketing the Future? 11 July 2021Technology is taking over each and every industry just like it is permeating in our day-to-day lives. Following the influence of technology, modern marketing has completely changed the way in which marketers brand and market their organizations. Digital marketing is continuously evolving, opening up new opportunities every day. As technology is introducing new communication channels […]
- Check out the vaccination incentives up for grabs 25 June 2021Check out all the incentives on offer, get vaccinated, and get rewarded: HK$10.8 million flat in Kwun Tong (Sino Group and Chinese Estate Holdings) Permanent residents who get vaccinated before September 1 are eligible to participate in the lottery. The winner will receive a 449-square-foot one-bedroom flat at Grand Central in Kwun Tong. Register now […]
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