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Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened today

     The Labour Department (LD) is highly concerned about the work accident that happened in Mong Kok today (September 23) afternoon, in which a male worker while installing a split type air conditioner at the external wall of a building fell from height to the ground. The worker was certified dead in hospital. The LD is saddened by the death of the worker in the accident and...Read More »

Update on Burkholderia cepacia complex infection (with photos)


     The Department of Health (DH) today (September 23) announced an update on its investigations into the cluster of Burkholderia cepacia complex infection.
     As at 4pm today, the DH's Centre for Health Protection has recorded a total of 184 patients known to be affected, comprising of 85 males...Read More »

Labour Department investigates fatal work accident in Mong Kok

     The Labour Department (LD) is investigating a fatal work accident occurred in Mong Kok this evening (September 23) in which a man died.

     The LD immediately deployed staff to the scene upon receiving a report of the accident, and is now conducting an investigation to look into its cause.

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HKMA reminds public again to protect sensitive personal information

The following is issued on behalf of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority:

     The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has earlier reminded the public that some companies have been promoting investment products, in the name of celebrities, through advertisements on social media and subsequently requested the members of the public to...Read More »

Appeal for information on missing boy in Chai Wan (with photo)


     Police today (September 23) appealed to the public for information on a boy who went missing in Chai Wan.

     Chang Miu-sum, aged 13, went missing after he left his residence in Siu Sai Wan Estate in mid-September. His family made a report to Police yesterday (September 22).

     He is about 1.65 metres...Read More »

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