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59 MIN20 hours ago
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Elderly end police protest, refuse to condemn violence by protesters

A group of elderly people have finished a two-day protest outside police headquarters to show their anger at the treatment of anti-government protesters. The group had set up camp under a footbridge outside the building in Wan Chai, with young proteste...

3 MIN1 days ago
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Elderly end police protest, refuse to condemn violence by protesters

Lantau Tomorrow Vision idea is ‘baloney’: concern group

A concern group has appealed to the Chief Executive Carrie Lam to withdraw her controversial Lantau Tomorrow Vision plan in her upcoming Policy Address. The Save Lantau Alliance says a HK$550mn funding request for a study relating to the project should...

3 MIN1 days ago
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Lantau Tomorrow Vision idea is ‘baloney’: concern group

‘Japanese government well prepared for Typhoon Hagibis’

More than three dozen people have died and many are still missing after Typhoon Hagibis pummelled Japan over the weekend. Over a hundred thousand emergency workers including soldiers have been deployed across the country and have been carrying out reco...

2 MIN1 days ago
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‘Japanese government well prepared for Typhoon Hagibis’

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59 MIN3 days ago
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‘Building rehabilitation proposals very timely for industry’

The government is planning to spend HK$10 billion on four subsidy schemes relating to building rehabilitation. The Development Bureau says the proposals are not meant to ease social tensions, but it surely wouldn't hurt if they did. For one, it's looki...

2 MIN4 days ago
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‘Building rehabilitation proposals very timely for industry’

Commercial drivers call for tougher action against protesters

Around 20 taxi, truck and coach drivers have demonstrated outside police headquarters to demand tougher action against anti-government protesters. The drivers say their incomes have fallen by up to 30 percent, and they fear for their personal safety af...

2 MIN4 days ago
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Commercial drivers call for tougher action against protesters

‘Nobel Peace Prize winner still has work to do’

The Ethiopian prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, has won this year's Nobel Peace Prize for helping to end the 20-year-old conflict with neighbouring Eritrea. Ahmed Soliman is a Research Fellow from the Africa Programme at Chatham House - an international affa...

1 MIN4 days ago
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‘Nobel Peace Prize winner still has work to do’

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59 MIN4 days ago
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‘Deleting police tracking app an easy decision for Apple’

Apple has removed a smartphone app from its online store that had allowed protesters here in Hong Kong to track police movements. The tech giant is the latest firm to come under pressure from Beijing in the months-long unrest. Separately, the National ...

2 MIN5 days ago
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‘Deleting police tracking app an easy decision for Apple’

Latest Episodes

Newswrap

59 MIN20 hours ago
Comments
Newswrap

Elderly end police protest, refuse to condemn violence by protesters

A group of elderly people have finished a two-day protest outside police headquarters to show their anger at the treatment of anti-government protesters. The group had set up camp under a footbridge outside the building in Wan Chai, with young proteste...

3 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Elderly end police protest, refuse to condemn violence by protesters

Lantau Tomorrow Vision idea is ‘baloney’: concern group

A concern group has appealed to the Chief Executive Carrie Lam to withdraw her controversial Lantau Tomorrow Vision plan in her upcoming Policy Address. The Save Lantau Alliance says a HK$550mn funding request for a study relating to the project should...

3 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Lantau Tomorrow Vision idea is ‘baloney’: concern group

‘Japanese government well prepared for Typhoon Hagibis’

More than three dozen people have died and many are still missing after Typhoon Hagibis pummelled Japan over the weekend. Over a hundred thousand emergency workers including soldiers have been deployed across the country and have been carrying out reco...

2 MIN1 days ago
Comments
‘Japanese government well prepared for Typhoon Hagibis’

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59 MIN3 days ago
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‘Building rehabilitation proposals very timely for industry’

The government is planning to spend HK$10 billion on four subsidy schemes relating to building rehabilitation. The Development Bureau says the proposals are not meant to ease social tensions, but it surely wouldn't hurt if they did. For one, it's looki...

2 MIN4 days ago
Comments
‘Building rehabilitation proposals very timely for industry’

Commercial drivers call for tougher action against protesters

Around 20 taxi, truck and coach drivers have demonstrated outside police headquarters to demand tougher action against anti-government protesters. The drivers say their incomes have fallen by up to 30 percent, and they fear for their personal safety af...

2 MIN4 days ago
Comments
Commercial drivers call for tougher action against protesters

‘Nobel Peace Prize winner still has work to do’

The Ethiopian prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, has won this year's Nobel Peace Prize for helping to end the 20-year-old conflict with neighbouring Eritrea. Ahmed Soliman is a Research Fellow from the Africa Programme at Chatham House - an international affa...

1 MIN4 days ago
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‘Nobel Peace Prize winner still has work to do’

Newswrap

59 MIN4 days ago
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Newswrap

‘Deleting police tracking app an easy decision for Apple’

Apple has removed a smartphone app from its online store that had allowed protesters here in Hong Kong to track police movements. The tech giant is the latest firm to come under pressure from Beijing in the months-long unrest. Separately, the National ...

2 MIN5 days ago
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‘Deleting police tracking app an easy decision for Apple’