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Driver arrested for fatal accident

Police have arrested a 53-year-old driver after his van reportedly struck and killed an 83-year-old man in Yuen Long.

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Giant protest banner removed

Officers from the Fire Services Department, together with the Civil Aid Service, have removed a giant banner which protesters had hung on the Lion Rock.

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Waterworks fees set to rise

Non-livelihood related waterworks fees are likely to be increased next year.

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Mong Kok disorder worsening

Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Steve Hui has called for calm and restraint, saying the disorderly situation in Mong Kok is escalating.

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Contractor fined for lax safety

A contractor and a worker have been fined $96,000 and $20,000 by Kowloon City Magistracy for violating safety legislation.

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Wounding case reclassified as murder

Police reclassify a North Point wounding case as murder after the death of a 45-year-old man.

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8 arrested near Mong Kok protest zone

Police arrest seven men and one woman near the Mong Kok protest area for their alleged involvement in 13 cases including assault, indecent assault, possession of an offensive weapon, disorderly conduct in a public place and arson.

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Marriage bill vote-down regretted

The Government regrets that the Marriage (Amendment) Bill 2014 has been voted down by the Legislative Council, but respects the decision.

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Police warn against online protest call

The Police strongly condemn online messages inciting people to occupy the airport, which it stresses is illegal.

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15 arrested in illicit cigarette bust

The Customs & Excise Department has arrested 15 people aged 20 to 56, after confiscating 3.6 million illicit cigarettes worth $10 million, with a duty potential of $6.9 million in a three-week crackdown.

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Gov't websites resist hackers

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So said recent hacker attacks have not caused a significant impact on e-Government services. Government network systems and websites have not been compromised or defaced.

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Court order compliance urged

Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Steve Hui has urged protestors to comply with court orders to stop their illegal occupation of roads.

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8 arrested for illegal work offences

Immigration officers have arrested six illegal workers and two employers.

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Protests may become riots: Police

Police fear radical demonstrators are causing the Mong Kok protest to spin out of control and could cause a riot, Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Steve Hui says, urging people to avoid protest areas.

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Adverse possession law reforms proposed

The Law Reform Commission has released a report containing final recommendations for reforming the adverse possession law.

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Do not bring children to protests

The Police strongly condemns adults who bring children to the unlawful assembly in Mong Kok, calling it an act that is extremely irresponsible and dangerous.    

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Batons used for defense

Police officers use batons for defense and to maintain a safe distance from protesters, and they have clear instructions on the use of force including batons.

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Police highly tolerant, patient: CE

The Government and the Police have exercised extreme tolerance and patience in handling the protests in the past three weeks, Chief Executive CY Leung says, adding that they will continue to do so.

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Protesters’ violence deplored

Police strongly condemn protesters gathering at Nathan Road near Argyle Street in Mong Kok for suddenly attempting to charge Police, as this seriously undermined public order and endangered the safety of themselves and others.

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ExCo condemns Mong Kok violence

Non-official ExCo members strongly condemn troublemakers and organisations who initiated violent acts in Mong Kok.

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