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Hong Kong police launch indefinite campaign against illegal parking and road obstruction - South China Morning Post
Police have given the city's “irresponsible” motorists another heads-up ahead of a new territory-wide crackdown on illegal parking and road obstruction set to begin on Monday. There is no end date for the operation dubbed “Move-sky”. . The force said&nbsp.

Makers of tinned tuna brands join fight against illegal fishing - South China Morning Post
Dongwon Industries Co, Thai Union Group and Bumble Bee Seafoods - companies behind the three biggest canned tuna fish brands - joined a global alliance of organisations trying to stop illegal fishing methods that might be driving some tuna species&nbsp.

22 Uber drivers arrested in undercover Hong Kong police operation - South China Morning Post
But he insisted that it was “ illegal ” to provide such a car-hailing service without a car hire permit. Over the past three weeks, police officers posing as customers were deployed to take trips around the city using the Uber car-hailing app. The.

Lesson to be learned from UK visa chaos hitting Hong Kong students - South China Morning Post
We do not often take issue with British border control authorities, whose travel documents are greatly valued by Hongkongers for the doors they open to business, education and travel. There is good reason to, however, in the fiasco of missing visas for.

Too haute to handle: Inside the world's biggest furniture fair
Apparently CNN is on the list. Every year the good and the great of the furniture world descend on Milan for its Salone, an extravaganza of design and a focal point ... editor-at-large for Elle Décor UK. "But there seems to be renewed confidence in.

Chinese teenager dies at illegal gaming addiction treatment camp - South China Morning Post
Teen's death at Chinese internet addiction camp sparks anger BBC News.

'Imagine eating a panda': Wildlife campaigners urge Hongkongers to give up shark fin as animals face extinction - South China Morning Post
Consuming shark fin is almost like “ eating a panda”, wildlife campaigners say, referring to the animals' vulnerable conservation status, as they urge Hongkongers to stop eating the delicacy. Some endangered shark species being imported illegally into.

Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion
Probably for the great food, considering the quote Bezos gave: Millions of people love Whole Foods Market because they offer the best natural and organic foods, and they make it fun to eat healthy. Whole Foods Market has been satisfying, delighting and.

France to kick out illegal immigrants who commit crimes - South China Morning Post
Illegal immigrants who commit crimes in France will face deportation, President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday in an interview in which he also confirmed disgraced Hollywood film mogul Harvey Weinstein will be stripped of the prestigious Legion&nbsp.

Chinese crew given four years in jail by Ecuador for illegally fishing in the Galapagos Islands - South China Morning Post
An Ecuadorean judge has sentenced 20 Chinese crew members to up to four years in prison for illegally fishing off the Galapagos Islands, where they were caught with 6,600 sharks aboard. The Chinese-flagged ship Fu Yuan Yu Leng 999 was apprehended&nbsp.

Drones hunt illegal use of public land in Hong Kong as officials criticised - South China Morning Post
The illegal use of public land and extension of squatter homes in Hong Kong are being monitored with drones in a new project after officials drew criticism for failing to inspect unauthorised activities. The Lands Department revealed 16 drones had been&nbsp.

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam lashes out at UK politicians for 'disrespectful' comments on jailing of activist trio - South China Morning Post
Hong Kong's leader has strongly defended the city's judicial independence before top officials and business leaders in London, lashing out at “disrespectful” and “disturbing” remarks by British politicians and commentators who objected to the jailing.