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  • Cherish rule of law: SJ September 21, 2019
    Since June, protests in Hong Kong have been non-stop and some of which sadly resulted in violence. Police have subsequently arrested a number of people. In view of the number of arrests, the community may wish to have a better understanding of the handling of the people apprehended. I would like to take this opportunity […]
  • Violent behaviour not tolerated September 21, 2019
    Police today severely condemned violent protests, adding that they do not tolerate any violent behaviour and will use appropriate force to stop these acts. In a statement, Police said they earlier issued a letter of objection for the public procession held in Tuen Mun yesterday. After a hearing by the Appeal Board on Public Meetings & […]
  • Defamation not tolerated September 19, 2019
    Police will not tolerate defamation and have been proactive in disseminating information to the public. Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung made the statement during a press conference today. He said in response to online rumours and fake news, Police have made about 40 rebuttals. They also held 34 press conferences and issued 486 posts […]
  • Police rebut ungrounded claims September 19, 2019
    Police today said many claims about its actions and officers are unfounded. Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung made the statement at a press conference today. Mr Tse said ungrounded reports in the media and online are making strong accusations about Police. “Such wild talks include Mainland cops infiltrating Hong Kong Police, and our officers committing […]
  • Amnesty Int’l report rejected September 19, 2019
    Police today rejected all allegations in Amnesty International's report. Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung said context was missing from the report. “Those missing links, they basically did not mention clearly about the social environment in Hong Kong in recent months. I must re-emphasise that we are facing an unprecedented challenge to the rule of […]
  • Police are politically neutral September 19, 2019
    Police today said they are politically neutral and will not consider one's background, social status and political stance when enforcing the law. Speaking at a press conference in the afternoon, Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung expressed concerns over incidents related to Lennon walls. Mr Tse said citizens in the past three months have expressed […]
  • Police defend reputation September 19, 2019
    It is unfair that Police’s hard-earned reputation has taken a hit due to malicious rumours and ungrounded reports, Police said today. Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung said Hong Kong has always prided itself on being one of the safest and most stable societies in the world. "Our track record shows we are capable of […]
  • Taishan power plant sound September 18, 2019
    An operational event at Taishan Nuclear Power Station on September 17 had no effect on the plant’s operational safety, the Security Bureau said today.  The case, reported on the Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture Company’s website, involved the power grid’s transmission line. The power plant’s Unit 1 was automatically shut down following a transient fault on the line. […]
  • Incident log changes common September 18, 2019
    The Fire Services Department today said it is common for it to amend the incident log after a large-scale incident. Deputy Chief Fire Officer (Headquarters) Derek Armstrong Chan made the statement at a press conference in the afternoon on the August 31 MTR Prince Edward Station incident. Mr Chan said: “For this particular case, we had to […]
  • Drug abuse drops 14% September 17, 2019
    The total number of reported drug abusers in Hong Kong fell 14% year-on-year in the first half of 2019, the Action Committee Against Narcotics (ACAN) announced today. According to the latest Central Registry of Drug Abuse figures, the number of reported psychotropic substance and narcotic analgesic abusers decreased 2% and 24% for the same period. Heroin remained […]

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  • Lifesaving services at Clear Water Bay Second Beach resume September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible and repeat it at regular intervals: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.            The Leisure and Cultural Services Department has announced that the lifesaving services at Clear Water Bay Second Beach in Sai Kung District resumed today (September 22). The lifesaving services […]
  • Red flag hoisted at Hap Mun Bay Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to big waves, red flag has been hoisted at Hap Mun Bay Beach in Sai Kung District.  Beach-goers are advised not to swim at the […]
  • Lifesaving services suspended at Clear Water Bay Second Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible and repeat it at regular intervals:      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to an insufficient number of lifeguards on duty, the lifesaving services at Clear Water Bay Second Beach in Sai Kung District are suspended until further […]
  • Liquor Licensing Board to meet on Tuesday September 22, 2019
    The following is issued on behalf of the Liquor Licensing Board:      The Liquor Licensing Board will meet on Tuesday (September 24) to consider three applications for renewal, transfer and amendment of liquor licences on Hong Kong Island.      The applications are (not in order of discussion):   Forbes Thirty Six in Kennedy Town STUDIO 31 […]
  • Red flag hoisted at Chung Hom Kok Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to big waves, red flag has been hoisted at Chung Hom Kok Beach in Southern District, Hong Kong Island.  Beach-goers are advised not to swim […]
  • Exploring HK through creativity September 22, 2019
         The Community Record Company, a community-based programme, has invited people to explore the unique locales of Sai Ying Pun, Sham Shui Po and To Kwa Wan through music and video production.        News.gov.hk spoke to the Community Curator and participants of the Sham Shui Po Ensemble project to discover how the community provided […]
  • Red flag hoisted at Kiu Tsui Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to big waves, red flag has been hoisted at Kiu Tsui Beach in Sai Kung District. Beach-goers are advised not to swim at the beach.
  • Red flags hoisted at Kwun Yam Beach and Cheung Chau Tung Wan Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to big waves, red flags have been hoisted at Kwun Yam Beach and Cheung Chau Tung Wan Beach in Islands District. Beach-goers are advised not to […]
  • Red flags hoisted at Stanley Main Beach and Shek O Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to big waves, red flags have been hoisted at Stanley Main Beach and Shek O Beach in Southern District, Hong Kong Island. Beach-goers are advised not […]
  • Red flag hoisted at Silverstrand Beach September 22, 2019
    Attention TV/radio announcers: Please broadcast the following as soon as possible: Here is an item of interest to swimmers.      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (September 22) that due to big waves, red flag has been hoisted at Silverstrand Beach in Sai Kung District. Beach-goers are advised not to swim at the beach.

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