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On Sunday morning in the new town of Tin Shui Wai a mentally ill woman tied up her two children, aged nine and 12, and threw them from a 24th floor balcony minutes before jumping to her own death.

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This week the CE pledged to spend billions of dollars on infrastructure projects to boost economic development and create jobs.

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Hong Kong's central street market is the oldest surviving open-air market in the city. It's been here since 1841.

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The week before our programme, a crane collapsed on a Causeway Bay construction site. Two workers were killed, another five injured.

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This week, Chief Executive Donald Tsang attended Legco for the first Q&A session since being sworn in for his Second Term.

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The long weekend will be crammed with official events to mark the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong SAR. Not everyone is in such a celebratory mood.

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On Wednesday, the commission looking into allegations concerning the Hong Kong Institute of Education submitted its report.

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Many schools have to cope with some behavioural problems at some point, but students taking drugs openly in a classroom is a recent phenomenon.

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It's been a volatile few days for mainland China's share markets, with a hike in the stock transaction tax last Wednesday triggering a plunge in prices and increased volatility in trading

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