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Last Friday, Judge Fergal Sweeney ruled that the ICAC had breached the Basic Law in using covert surveillance to gather evidence.

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The flashpoint for the recent anti-Japanese demonstrations on the mainland was supposedly a specific Japanese history textbook, used only by around 1200 school-children out of over three million.

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The first and second reading of the bill to amend the Chief Executive Ordinance were passed in this Wednesday's Legislative Council session.

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E-waste and the environment. Computers are increasingly being seen as a disposable commodity. But disposing of them brings risks to both the environment and the people who live in it.

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The Democrats have decided to field a candidate for the Chief Executive election, even though everyone's pretty sure Donald Tsang is going to romp home.

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As Hong Kong's financial outlook seems to be improving Financial Secretary Henry Tang delivered a budget that was neither harsh nor lenient. Or was it just lacklustre?

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After days, even weeks of rumours and speculation, Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa handed in his resignation on Thursday yesterday.

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It was a slow news week, so Chief Secretary Donald Tsang's semi-joking comments on an RTHK radio programme this week, advising couples they should have at least three children, got a lot of pr

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