Posts by ccanete@hkpub.com

aaaAng limang hakbang para sa paghabol ng kabayaran ng kawani.

  1. Ipabigay alam sa amo
  2. I-ulat ang pinsala dulot ng trabaho
  3. Kailangan ang Medical Clearance mula sa LD
  4. Kung kinakailangan, may pagtatasa gagawin ang LD
  5. Pagkakasundo sa kaso
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November 18, 2022
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aaaChief Executive John Lee said it is of utmost importance to the Government that the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) Corporation has a good self-monitoring system to ensure its operational safety is maintained at a superior level. Mr. Lee made the statement while responding to reporters’ questions ahead of today's Executive Council meeting concerning the MTR door detachment incident on November 13. He stressed that the MTR takes care of the majority of commuters every day and that is why he is very concerned about its operational safety. ...

November 16, 2022
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aaaPolice launched a four-day operation (October 20 to October 23) to crack down on triad activities and intercept the source of income of triad societies in various districts. During the operation, the police inspected a total of 531 entertainment establishments in Hong Kong, including mahjong parlors, bars, nightclubs, karaoke establishments, billiard parlors, saunas, amusement game centers, party rooms, etc. One unlicensed bar, seven gambling establishments, three prostitution establishments, and two unlicensed massage parlors were also r...

October 25, 2022
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aaaThe Central Police District Special Duties Unit (CPSU) launched an operation yesterday evening (October 22) at about 9:00 p.m. based on intelligence to raid bars in the Central District and cracked down on a suspected unlicensed bar at a unit on Lee Yuen Street West. The operation resulted to the arrest of a Filipino woman and a Nepalese, aged 31 and 60, on suspicion of violation of the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulations (Cap. 599F), which states “selling alcohol without a li...

October 24, 2022
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aaaThe anti-illegal and anti-vice operations from Yau Tsim Police District, the West Kowloon Regional Crime Unit, the West Kowloon Tactical Unit, and the Immigration Department conducted their operations yesterday (October 17) at 2:00 pm based on a tip-off and thorough investigation. From the operations, 16 women were arrested, including one holding a Philippine passport. The Philippine passport-holder woman was arrested together with three women from mainland China and five women from Indonesia, aged 29 to 42. They were arrested on suspicio...

October 18, 2022
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aaa16 males and eight females of unsubstantiated claimants of non-refoulement were repatriated in 3-day operations (Oct 10-13) of the Immigration Department (ImmD). They were sent back to their countries of origin. The 24 people were illegal immigrants and overstayers. Among them were discharged prisoners who had committed criminal offenses and had been sentenced to imprisonment. The ImmD has all along been committed to removing unsubstantiated non-refoulement claimants from Hong Kong as soon as practicable so as to maintain effective immigr...

October 17, 2022
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aaaThe Hongkong government announce that it is relaxing several social distancing measures from October 20 to November 2. This includes relaxing the limit on the number of people who can gather in groups in public places to 12. Live performances and dancing activities will also now be allowed in dining premises, bars/ pubs, nightclubs/ clubs, cinemas, museums, and meeting rooms/ function rooms of conference venues and hotels/ guesthouses. Performers are required to conduct rapid antigen test before entering the venue on the day of the per...

October 14, 2022
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aaaInbound travelers would no longer need to follow the “0+0” quarantines scheme, according to a former Hospital Authority (HA) chief despite authorities' mum on the upcoming announcement. Leung Pak-yin, former HA,  said the scheme rollout is expected to be announced by the end of the month. On Oct. 11, chief executive John Lee Ka-chiu said the number of imported cases to continue to climb and easing of quarantine measures should be maintained. Leung wrote on his Facebook that the easing of the quarantine measures should rely on the ...

October 12, 2022
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aaaCustoms reminds consumers to purchase goods at reputable shops or online shops and to avoid conducting transactions with suspicious online shops. They should check with the trademark owners or their authorized agents if the authenticity of a product is in doubt. The Customs' reminder was announced after a 33-year-old woman was arrested on 29 September when the Hong Kong Customs conducted an enforcement operation to combat the online sale of counterfeit perfume and cosmetic products. There were 1300 items seized of suspected counterfeit ...

October 4, 2022
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aaaThe Hong Kong Police reported that two persons were arrested in an “Attempt to Mislead Police Officers and "Violation of the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulations (Cap. 599F)” cases respectively. The Central District Police Licensing Unit recently received a complaint that a bar manager had misled law enforcement officers by providing customers with quick test strips that had negative results. Officers were sent to investigate the incident on September 30 evening. During...

October 3, 2022