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Post-office work has mechanism

There is an established mechanism to handle post-office employment or the appointments of former Chief Executives and other politically-appointed officials.

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CE presents honours, awards

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has presented honours and awards to 331 recipients at the 2017 Honours & Awards Presentation Ceremony at Government House.

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Joshua Law visits ArchSD

Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law has visited the Architectural Services Department to learn more about its work and meet its staff. 

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$2.7m set for flood victims

The Government has approved a Disaster Relief Fund grant of $2.674 million for Hong Kong Red Cross to help flood victims in Bangladesh.

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Rural by-election gazetted

The nomination period for the Rural By-election has been gazetted.

 

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Gov’t committed to open information

The Government has met over 97% of the public requests for information partially or fully from 2014 to 2016, Secretary for Constitution & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip says.

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CE mourns Prof Ma Lin's death

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has expressed deep sorrow over the death of Prof Ma Lin.

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Gov't implementing policy measures

The Government is kick-starting the implementation of initiatives outlined in Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s 2017 Policy Address.

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XRL motion an urgent priority: CE

The Government is planning to get the Legislative Council to postpone the debate on the Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill 2017 so that members can discuss a motion on the co-location arrangement for the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail link.

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CE connects with HK youth

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has pledged to enhance communication with young people by conducting regular school visits to meet students and listen to their views.

 

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Five named for DC by-election

Five candidates have been nominated for the Central and Western District Council by-election.

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Joshua Law visits Customs & Excise Dep't

Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law has visited the Customs & Excise Department to learn about its work and meet its staff.

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Gov't Hse revamp costs $8.98m

The Government spent $8.98 million to renovate Government House before the new-term administration took office.

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Civil service college to boost training

Establishing a new civil service college will enhance training for civil servants regarding "one country, two systems", the Basic Law and developments on the Mainland.

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Jurisdiction over immigration clear: SJ

The Basic Law empowers the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government to handle the immigration issues of overseas people, Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says.

 

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Sufficient manpower assured

The Government will have sufficient manpower to implement the new initiatives outlined in the 2017 Policy Address, Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung says.

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Bay area office to be formed

The Government will set up the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area Development Office to promote Hong Kong’s participation in the bay area's development, Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip says.

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Gov’t to take bolder approach

The current-term administration will govern with compassion and take a bolder approach in investing in Hong Kong’s future.

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HK-SZ legal pact renewed

Hong Kong has renewed a legal co-operation agreement with Shenzhen for five years.

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Prevention better than cure: CE

Chief Executive Carrie Lam says her new fiscal philosophy is to tackle social problems early before they become difficult and costly issues.
 

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