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With fuel prices more than doubling since the middle of 2006, these are tough times for airlines all around the world. Even more so for those at the lower end of the price scale.

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The Olympic flame arrived in Beijing on Monday, with security tight at the airport amid concerns over protests.

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More than 10%, and possibly as many as 13%, of China's population are migrant workers. They ’ ve played a major role in the country's recent economic success story.

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Throughout the week, more troops have been pouring into Tibet and nearby provinces.

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We devote tonight's show to a subject that's likely to affect all of us, the future of Hong Kong ’ s health care services.

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According to the Hong Kong government, there are approximately 150 private developments with public facilities, of which around 30 are categorised as public open space.

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<p>We begin our show with what&#39;s being referred to as &quot;the big handout&quot;, John Tsang&#39;s maiden budget. It&#39;s mostly been well received.

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The day before our broadcast, Chief Executive Donald Tsang attended his first question and answer session in Legco since the NPC's ruling on Hong Kong's political development.

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Legislative councillor Albert Chan recently suggested that pro-democracy groups take a more activist approach to pushing for a quick pace of constitutional reform.

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In December, the government announced that Hong Kong's legislative councillors would get a pay rise, which will come into effect in October.

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