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- HK Reopens Three Aviaries in Urban Parks
- HK Average Wage Rate Rises 2%
- 24-hour Crisis Hotline Set Up in HK
- HK Public Hospitals to Monitor Cases with Flu-like Symptoms
- HK Reports Human Case of Bird Flu
- HK Airport to Adopt New Security Measures
- Farmer, Tycoon Recognized for Philanthropic Acts
- CE Poll to Be Held in Secret Ballot
- HK to Receive Giant Panda Couple from Sichuan
- Suspected H5N1 Case Confirmed in HK
- Suspected H5 Case Found in HK
- Smoking to Be Strictly Prohibited in HK Public Housing Estates
- Publisher's Turnover Touches HK$3.9b
- HK Customs Seizes Herbal Cannabis at Airport
- Another Dead Bird Suspected H5 Virus Positive in HK
- HK Economy Sees Significant Gains in 2006
- HK to Adopt a Series of Tax Relief Measures
- HK Records 373 New HIV Cases in 2006
- Two Birds Test Positive for H5N1 Virus in HK
- HK to Issue 'Children Stamps'
- 18 People Injured in Traffic Accident in HK
- Two Birds Suspected Positive to H5 Virus in HK
- Aging Population Trend Continues in HK
- HK Sets New Record for Daily Flight Movements
- Donald Tsang Formally Nominated for HK CE
- HK Unemployment Rate Remains at 4.4%
- HK Chief Executive Secures 641 Nominations for Next Term CE Election
- HK Reports Increasing Interest in Mainland
- Two Silver-eared Mesias Tested Positive for H5N1 Virus in HK
- 2 Birds Suspected of Being Affected by H5 in HK
- Successful Immigration Policies Attract Capital, Talents in HK
- Railway Workers Hold H5N1-virus Prevention Drills
- HK's Mickey Celebrates Chinese New Year
- HK Urged to Keep Vigilance Against Avian Influenza Threat
- Amid Police Raids, HK Social Workers Take on Drug Abuse
- 2 Birds Tested Positive for H5N1 Virus
- Kowloon-Guangzhou Train Service Delay
- HK's Crime Rate Remains Stable in 2006
- HK to Adopt New Rule Against Money Laundering
- HK Reviews Inter-departmental Efforts to Prevent Avian Flu
- HK People Urged to Do More Exercise Daily
- HK on High Alert Against Bird Flu
- 2 More Dead Birds Tested Positive for H5 Virus in HK
- Hong Kong Curbs Entry of Mainland Mothers-to-be
- Hong Kong Awaits Start of RMB Business
- HK Suspends Japan Poultry Import Applications
- Another Panda Pair Bound for HK
- HK Police Shot Dead Man After Being Attacked
- HK Smoking Ban Won't Stop Visitors
- HK's Handover 'a Great Success'
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Defeating Food Scares
China has been confronted with food security problems recently. Mandarin fish from Guangdong Province and turbot from Shandong were found to contain poisonous chemicals. And ducks and hens in Hebei Province were fed a red dye so that their red-yolk eggs would sell for a higher price.

Work Safety
Industrial accidents including blasts, cave-ins, fires and the like pose a threat to many workers. The issue of work safety has drawn nationwide attention and the government requires to do more to curb the situation.

HK | Macao | Taiwan
- Venue for Chanel's 'Mobile Art' exhibition built in HK
- Moderate earthquake rocks Taiwan
- Oriental Magpie Robin tests positive for H5N1 virus in HK
- Mainland-Taiwan festival charter flights end amid calls for regular direct flights
- HK population raises to 6.9 mln at 2007 end
- Taiwan asks everyone to plant one tree in life
Military Affairs
News | Photos
- Army steps up anti-terror training for Olympics
- Military forces to help rebuild snow-affected areas
- Snow-hit province buys insurance for soldiers
- Chinese peacekeepers in Sudan awarded medals
- Disaster prevails as relief effort beefed up
- 306,000 troops mobilized to combat snow disasters
News | Photos
- China publishes 2,400 types of maps last year
- Hydropower plant threatened by severe winter
- Boom year for space launches
- Xuelong meets strong cyclone in Antarctica
- Scientific fun during winter holiday
- Xuelong sails near floating ice in Antarctica
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