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271 Police recruits graduate

Twenty probationary inspectors and 251 recruit constables have graduated from the Police College.

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Man arrested in cigarette seizure

Customs officers have arrested a 50-year-old man after seizing one million illicit cigarettes in Kwai Chung.

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Fireman laid to rest

The Fire Services Department has held an official funeral service with full honours for Principal Fireman Yau Siu-ming who died in a rescue operation in Ma On Shan last month.

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Police chief attends Mainland meetings

Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo has led a delegation to Guilin to attend an annual meeting between Mainland public security authorities and Hong Kong Police.

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11 arrested in $30m goods seizure

Customs officers have arrested nine men and two women aged 27 to 50 for smuggling $30 million worth of goods. 

 

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Fireman to receive full honours

The Fire Services Department will hold an official funeral service with full honours on April 14 for Principal Fireman Yau Siu-ming who died in a rescue operation at Tiu Shau Ngam in Ma On Shan last month.

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Learning centre fined for fraud

A learning centre has been fined $3,000 by Kwun Tong Magistracy for selling a course with false trade descriptions.

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Students join prison performance

Over 350 secondary students from eight schools have taken part in the Correctional Services Department’s Creation & Rehabilitation drama and music performance at Stanley Prison.

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Court photography case reported

Judiciary staff have reported to Police someone was taking photographs at the West Kowloon Law Courts Building.

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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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