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 Issue: April 02, 2015   (Archive)
Thursday, April 2, 2015   

  
Latest:  
Chinese woman tourist accused of killing Australian lover's grandchild with garden shears (China)
(2 hrs 18 mins ago)
A spurned Chinese woman sobbed hysterically in a court in Australia today after being accused of killing a four-year-old boy with garden shears before laying i...   
1 hr 5 mins ago -  ATV employees urged to call labor officials (Hong Kong)
1 hr 31 mins ago -  Russian trawler sinks killing 43 crew, rescuers save 63 (World)
1 hr 32 mins ago -  Nikkei bounces at close (Business)
2 hrs 47 mins ago -  British banker’s Wan Chai murders pre-trial hearings put off (Hong Kong)
04-02 12:40 -  Leung to open Wuhan trade office next week (Hong Kong)
04-02 12:30 -  Hang Seng up at mid-day (Business)
04-02 12:26 -  (NBA) Harden leads Rockets past Kings with career-high 51 points (Sports)
04-02 12:24 -  Greenback pressured ahead of US jobs report (Business)
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China Business News
ATV dead
It's the end for ATV. The Chief Executive in Council has refused to renew the license for the troubled broadcaster when it expires on November 30 this year, putting a final nail in the coffin for Hong Kong's oldest broadcaster.
China Business News
PCCW wins license to create TV bonanza
PCCW's HK Television Entertainment will begin airing a 24-hour Cantonese channel within 12 months of the granting of its 12-year license yesterday.


  • PCCW wins license to create TV bonanza
  • Levy in bag as shoppers take own
  • Questions over exam
  • Samsung goes for edge with travel deals


  • Apple rings the right tone to recycle older devices
  • Good lesson in choosing our teachers
  • Power firms' returns for review
  • Lawyers head to Beijing with localism in sights



  • URA to check out bids at hotel site
  • Investors must brace for BYD's roller-coaster ride
  • Mainland equities surge
  • StanChart rings in changes


  • Getty death mystery
  • Israel PM urges better Iran deal


     Parting shot
    Mustafa Kamal resigned as president of the International Cricket Council with an outspoken attack on the world governing body after he was prevented from presenting the World Cup trophy.




  •  
    How to raise funds from the kind-hearted
    Bernadette Tsui Wing-suen says her days are busy but meaningful.




  • New homes still setting the pace
  • Strong greenback lifts demand
  • Rates rise in the offing
  • Office future on the move


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