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4.67m holiday travellers forecast

The Immigration Department estimates 4.67 million passengers will pass through land, sea and air checkpoints during the Ching Ming Festival from March 31 to April 4.

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Drug abuse falls 8%

The total number of reported drug abusers in Hong Kong fell 8% year-on-year to 8,077 in 2016, the Action Committee Against Narcotics announces.

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Condolence books for fireman set up

The Fire Services Department has set up a condolence point for the public to pay tribute to late Principal Fireman Yau Siu-ming.

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No plan to legislate on insults

The Government has no plan to legislate against the act of insulting public officers, but remains open on whether to legislate, Secretary for Security TK Lai says.

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Correctional Services holds open day

The Correctional Services Department has held an open day at the Staff Training Institute and the Correctional Services Museum in Stanley.

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Warning issued on unsafe children chair

Customs today urged people to stop using a children's high chair, which might trap little fingers.

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Apply for travel documents early

The Immigration Department reminds people who intend to travel abroad during the Easter holiday to apply for travel documents early.

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Man arrested in $1.4m rhino horn seizure

Customs officers arrested a 21-year-old man today after finding rhino horns worth $1.4 million in his possession. 

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Illegal parking crackdown to start

The Police will conduct a citywide operation against illegal parking and other offences causing traffic congestion in March.

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Man arrested in $2m drug seizure

Customs officers have arrested a 31-year-old man after seizing drugs worth $2 million.

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Guardian angels in times of crisis

Ambulance officers from Tsim Sha Tsui Fire Station were among the first on the scene after an arson attack on board a packed MTR train on February 10 turned Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station into a chaotic scene.

They co-ordinated the emergency rescue operation and tended to the injured. In the face of disaster, they stay calm, and console and treat casualties before sending them to hospital.

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Driver arrested for smuggling

Customs officers have arrested a 52-year-old man after seizing 2.2 million illicit cigarettes at Man Kam To Control Point.

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Togo offers visa on arrival

Togo will grant visit visas upon arrival to HKSAR passport holders for a stay of up to one month.

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Media inspects correctional facilities

The Correctional Services Department has held a press visit to Cape Collinson Correctional Institution and Stanley Prison.

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TK Lai attends smuggling meeting

Secretary for Security TK Lai has co-chaired the fourth Guangdong-Hong Kong meeting on combatting the smuggling of illegal immigrants with Director-General of the Public Security Ministry’s Border Control Department Chen Dingwu in Hong Kong.

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Over 1K traffic tickets issued

Police have issued 173 summonses and 1,046 fixed-penalty tickets in a five-day citywide operation targeting driving offences.

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Crime hits record low

Hong Kong's overall crime figure for 2016 dropped 8.7% year-on-year to 60,646 cases, the lowest level since 1978.

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Visa requirements relaxed

The visa requirements for Cambodian nationals will be relaxed from March 1, the Immigration Department announces.

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