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Government shelved its plans to list the Link REIT, the world's largest real estate investment trust becuase of legal uncertainties.

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The Democratic Party has elected a new chairman, Lee Wing Tat, the third since it was formed ten years ago.

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Emily Lau (frontier legislator) claims that there's a conspiracy against her in the Hong Kong media.

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Martin Lee (Founding Chairman of Hong Kong Democratic Party) and Dixon Sing (political commentator of City University of Hong Kong) discuss the declining popularity and leadership struggles of the

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The Director of Audit (DOA) says the English School Foundation (ESF) has wasted large amount of taxpayers' money.

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York Chow Yat-ngok (Secretary, Health, Welfare and Food Bureau) says avian flu is definitely a threat but after SARS, Hong Kong is better prepared to deal with outbreak of infectious diseases.

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The Far Eastern Economic Review closed down last month and the Spike magazine folded after publishing for less than a year. Looks at the future of English language media in Hong Kong.

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George W. Bush has won a second term as President of the United States.

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The government plans to include a hefty land premium in the tender for the Central Police Station preservation work.

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Wealth disparity in Hong Kong is worsening and inter-generation poverty is worrisome.

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