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As we aired on Friday, most financial markets had dropped to below half of last year ’ s record-breaking highs, and were still in panic mode despite determined moves by governments worldwide to sho

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England, Singapore, Germany, and the United States are among the many countries that have considered raising, or already decided to raise, the retirement age to cope with a growing elderly populati

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On Sunday a blaze at Cornwall Court in Nathan Road killed two firemen and two members of the public, and injured more than fifty others. The fire began in a karaoke parlour.

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<p>With tonights opening of the 2008 Olympic Games, much of the world&#39;s attention for the next two weeks is going to be on Beijing, and &ndash; in a wider sense &ndash; on Chi

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Just two weeks ago Chief Executive Donald Tsang announced, that as part of a package of measures to combat inflation, the government was planning to waive the HK$400-a-month foreign domestic helper

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There's just a week left for would-be legislators to announce their candidacy for the five geographical and 28 functional constituencies in the Legco election on September 7th.

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Hong Kong's inflation rate reached a record high of 6.6% over the first half of this year. It has hit the poor particularly badly.

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In this week's show, as Legco winds up its business before the elections, we focus, one way or another, on Hong Kong's legislators.

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The police said 15,500 people took part in the march from Victoria Park to the government headquarters on July 1st. Organisers claimed a turnout of 47,000.

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