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HK eRouting app enhanced

The Transport Department has updated the Hong Kong eRouting mobile application.

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HK rearing railway talent

The rapid expansion of Hong Kong’s railway network has boosted demand for industry professionals. To rear this talent, the Mass Transit Railway has opened a global training hub for railway management and operation.

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10min flight delay a precaution

The Civil Aviation Department has delayed giving clearance to departure flights for about 10 minutes as a precaution due to a temporary power supply failure at two workstations in the Air Traffic Control Centre.

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16 building plans approved

The Buildings Department approved 16 building plans in February - four on Hong Kong Island, seven in Kowloon and five in the New Territories.

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Transport chief to visit Beijing

Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung will visit Beijing on April 20 to meet Mainland railway officials. 

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Smart slopes create more flats

The Housing Authority has made better use of slopes in public housing development sites by converting them for recreational uses or green space, to increase the net site area and build more flats.

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Dongjiang water quality good

Dongjiang River water quality is good, Secretary of Development Eric Ma says.

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Air-traffic software to be upgraded

The new Air Traffic Management System will receive a software fix by May, the Civil Aviation Department says.

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Stamp duty move effective

The tightening of the stamp duty mechanism to stop buyers from evading tax by purchasing multiple new homes under a single contract has been effective, Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says.

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HK Link Road to be connected

The 12km-long Hong Kong Link Road of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge will be completely connected in April, the Highways Department announces.

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25 land transactions in Q1

The Lands Department registered 25 lease modifications and four land exchanges in the Land Registry during the quarter ending March, of which 16 were technical changes involving nil premium.

 

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Eric Ma to visit Guangdong

Secretary for Development Eric Ma will visit Guangdong to inspect the Dongjiang River Basin with legislators.

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Star Ferry fare rise endorsed

The Chief Executive in Council has endorsed the Star Ferry's application for fare increases for its Central-Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai-Tsim Sha Tsui routes.

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Air-traffic claims rejected

The Civil Aviation Department has refuted claims made in an Apple Daily online news report about the new Air Traffic Management System.

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Report requested for air system glitch

The Civil Aviation Department has asked the contractor of the new Air Traffic Management System to submit a full report by next week and provide a permanent solution after the main system’s Flight Data Processors experienced a momentary glitch.

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Gov’t to finalise link plan in current term

The Government aims to finalise the co-location arrangements of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link within the current administration’s term.

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Kai Tak site to be sold

A Kai Tak site in the 2017-18 Land Sale Programme will be sold by public tender, the Lands Department announces.

 

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More landslides possible this year

The Civil Engineering & Development Department has warned that extreme weather could bring more and larger landslides this year and the public should be prepared.

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Property sales up 35%

The Land Registry recorded 7,605 sale and purchase agreements for all building units in March, up 35.4% on February and 141.1% compared to a year ago.

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Escalator check finds no issues

Contractors have found no problems in escalators with a vertical rise of 15 metres or above, the Electrical & Mechanical Services Department says.

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