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'This is going to get ugly': Hong Kong's political freedom is 'finished'

'This is going to get ugly': Hong Kong's political freedom is 'finished'

RMIT University Professor Joe Siracusa says “there’s no doubt about it, Hong Kong is finished”. A proposal by the Chinese Communist Party to impose national se [...] Read full article: 'This is going to get ugly': Hong Kong's...→

'This is going to get ugly': Hong Kong's political freedom is 'finished'

'This is going to get ugly': Hong Kong's political freedom is 'finished'

RMIT University Professor Joe Siracusa says “there’s no doubt about it, Hong Kong is finished”. A proposal by the Chinese Communist Party to impose national se [...] Read full article: 'This is going to get ugly': Hong Kong's...→

China's Hong Kong plans for new security laws sparks fury | Sky News Australia

Pro-democracy activists say they fear the end of Hong Kong after China announced plans for new security laws. The Hong Kong government insists the legislation [...] Read full article: China's Hong Kong plans for new security...→

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

More than 200 people are estimated to have been arrested during anti-government protests on Sunday night. Read full article: 'Fire on the streets': reports more than...→

Hong Kong to give citizens reusable masks

Hong Kong's government will distribute reusable face masks to all 7.4 million citizens next week as the territory prepares to lift a first round of coronavirus [...] Read full article: Hong Kong to give citizens reusable mask...→

Hong Kong after the uprising | Red Flag

For the third time since the handover of Hong Kong from British colonial rule to Chinese sovereignty, the region exploded in protest in 2019. One million peopl [...] Read full article: Hong Kong after the uprising | Red Flag...→

China approves new Hong Kong secretary

China approves new Hong Kong secretary

Chinas state council has approved a plan submitted by the Hong Kong government to appoint Erick Tsang as the new secretary of constitutional and mainland affai [...] Read full article: China approves new Hong Kong secretary...→

China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown

China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown

China is preparing to impose a controversial new security law in Hong Kong that could limit opposition activity after last year’s pro-democracy protests. Read full article: China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown...→

Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Following Legislative Council Scuffles

Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Following Legislative Council Scuffles

Protesters gathered in Hong Kong on May 8 following fights earlier in the day in the Legislative Council over who should preside that saw opposition lawmakers [...] Read full article: Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Follo...→

New book gives eyewitness account of Hong Kong protests

New book gives eyewitness account of Hong Kong protests

“Heung gong jan, gaa jau!” (Hong Kongers, add oil) is a rallying cry that could be translated to mean “Go Hong Kongers!” according to Anthony Daripan, as he re [...] Read full article: New book gives eyewitness account of Hon...→

Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictions

Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictions

Hong Kong's government says it will relax restrictions on public gatherings and allow gyms, cinemas and beauty parlours to reopen later this week as only a han [...] Read full article: Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictio...→

Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks - Cobram Courier

Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks - Cobram Courier

Seven-time champion trainer John Moore is set to return to Australia after more than 40 years in Hong Kong to set up a stable with his brother Gary at Rosehill [...] Read full article: Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks...→

Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch

Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch

He’s the equal $6 favourite for this Saturday’s Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m) but Indy Car is not a certain starter in the race. Read full article: Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch...→

Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles

Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles

Scuffles have broken out between pro-democracy and pro-government legislators in Hong Kong over the leadership of a key committee which could pave the way for. [...] Read full article: Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles...→

Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong Kong

Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong Kong

Eric The Eel, who cost $7000 as a yearling, has won four races and been Group One-placed in the Australian Derby when third last month. Read full article: Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong K...→

Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong lifeline

Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong lifeline

An export life raft is about to appear for the Far North seafood industry with new weekly freight flights to Hong Kong starting tomorrow. Read full article: Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong l...→

Hong Kong police clear May Day protest

Hong Kong police have used pepper spray to disperse more than 100 protesters singing and chanting pro-democracy slogans in a shopping mall. Read full article: Hong Kong police clear May Day protest...→

Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels to brink

Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels to brink

The coronavirus outbreak was the final straw for Hong Kong's battered hotel industry, with occupancy rates in free fall and many wondering when is the right ti [...] Read full article: Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels...→

Hong Kong democracy activists arrested

Hong Kong police have arrested about a dozen democracy activists on charges of illegal assembly in raids across the Asian financial hub, media and political so [...] Read full article: Hong Kong democracy activists arrested...→

China's Hong Kong plans for new security laws sparks fury | Sky News Australia

Pro-democracy activists say they fear the end of Hong Kong after China announced plans for new security laws. The Hong Kong government insists the legislation [...] Read full article: China's Hong Kong plans for new security...→

Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles

Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles

Scuffles have broken out between pro-democracy and pro-government legislators in Hong Kong over the leadership of a key committee which could pave the way for. [...] Read full article: Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles...→

Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Following Legislative Council Scuffles

Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Following Legislative Council Scuffles

Protesters gathered in Hong Kong on May 8 following fights earlier in the day in the Legislative Council over who should preside that saw opposition lawmakers [...] Read full article: Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Follo...→

Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong lifeline

Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong lifeline

An export life raft is about to appear for the Far North seafood industry with new weekly freight flights to Hong Kong starting tomorrow. Read full article: Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong l...→

Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictions

Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictions

Hong Kong's government says it will relax restrictions on public gatherings and allow gyms, cinemas and beauty parlours to reopen later this week as only a han [...] Read full article: Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictio...→

Hong Kong to give citizens reusable masks

Hong Kong's government will distribute reusable face masks to all 7.4 million citizens next week as the territory prepares to lift a first round of coronavirus [...] Read full article: Hong Kong to give citizens reusable mask...→

Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels to brink

Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels to brink

The coronavirus outbreak was the final straw for Hong Kong's battered hotel industry, with occupancy rates in free fall and many wondering when is the right ti [...] Read full article: Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels...→

Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks - Cobram Courier

Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks - Cobram Courier

Seven-time champion trainer John Moore is set to return to Australia after more than 40 years in Hong Kong to set up a stable with his brother Gary at Rosehill [...] Read full article: Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks...→

China approves new Hong Kong secretary

China approves new Hong Kong secretary

Chinas state council has approved a plan submitted by the Hong Kong government to appoint Erick Tsang as the new secretary of constitutional and mainland affai [...] Read full article: China approves new Hong Kong secretary...→

Hong Kong democracy activists arrested

Hong Kong police have arrested about a dozen democracy activists on charges of illegal assembly in raids across the Asian financial hub, media and political so [...] Read full article: Hong Kong democracy activists arrested...→

China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown

China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown

China is preparing to impose a controversial new security law in Hong Kong that could limit opposition activity after last year’s pro-democracy protests. Read full article: China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown...→

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

More than 200 people are estimated to have been arrested during anti-government protests on Sunday night. Read full article: 'Fire on the streets': reports more than...→

Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong Kong

Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong Kong

Eric The Eel, who cost $7000 as a yearling, has won four races and been Group One-placed in the Australian Derby when third last month. Read full article: Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong K...→

New book gives eyewitness account of Hong Kong protests

New book gives eyewitness account of Hong Kong protests

“Heung gong jan, gaa jau!” (Hong Kongers, add oil) is a rallying cry that could be translated to mean “Go Hong Kongers!” according to Anthony Daripan, as he re [...] Read full article: New book gives eyewitness account of Hon...→

Hong Kong police clear May Day protest

Hong Kong police have used pepper spray to disperse more than 100 protesters singing and chanting pro-democracy slogans in a shopping mall. Read full article: Hong Kong police clear May Day protest...→

Hong Kong after the uprising | Red Flag

For the third time since the handover of Hong Kong from British colonial rule to Chinese sovereignty, the region exploded in protest in 2019. One million peopl [...] Read full article: Hong Kong after the uprising | Red Flag...→

Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch

Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch

He’s the equal $6 favourite for this Saturday’s Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m) but Indy Car is not a certain starter in the race. Read full article: Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch...→

China's Hong Kong plans for new security laws sparks fury | Sky News Australia

Pro-democracy activists say they fear the end of Hong Kong after China announced plans for new security laws. The Hong Kong government insists the legislation [...] Read full article: China's Hong Kong plans for new security...→

China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown

China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown

China is preparing to impose a controversial new security law in Hong Kong that could limit opposition activity after last year’s pro-democracy protests. Read full article: China prepares for Hong Kong crackdown...→

Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles

Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles

Scuffles have broken out between pro-democracy and pro-government legislators in Hong Kong over the leadership of a key committee which could pave the way for. [...] Read full article: Hong Kong legislators in heated scuffles...→

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

'Fire on the streets': reports more than 200 arrested in Hong Kong protests

More than 200 people are estimated to have been arrested during anti-government protests on Sunday night. Read full article: 'Fire on the streets': reports more than...→

Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Following Legislative Council Scuffles

Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Following Legislative Council Scuffles

Protesters gathered in Hong Kong on May 8 following fights earlier in the day in the Legislative Council over who should preside that saw opposition lawmakers [...] Read full article: Activists Gather in Hong Kong Mall Follo...→

Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong Kong

Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong Kong

Eric The Eel, who cost $7000 as a yearling, has won four races and been Group One-placed in the Australian Derby when third last month. Read full article: Eric The Eel sold, set to race in Hong K...→

New book gives eyewitness account of Hong Kong protests

New book gives eyewitness account of Hong Kong protests

“Heung gong jan, gaa jau!” (Hong Kongers, add oil) is a rallying cry that could be translated to mean “Go Hong Kongers!” according to Anthony Daripan, as he re [...] Read full article: New book gives eyewitness account of Hon...→

Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong lifeline

Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong lifeline

An export life raft is about to appear for the Far North seafood industry with new weekly freight flights to Hong Kong starting tomorrow. Read full article: Far North seafood industry’s Hong Kong l...→

Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictions

Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictions

Hong Kong's government says it will relax restrictions on public gatherings and allow gyms, cinemas and beauty parlours to reopen later this week as only a han [...] Read full article: Hong Kong to relax some virus restrictio...→

Hong Kong police clear May Day protest

Hong Kong police have used pepper spray to disperse more than 100 protesters singing and chanting pro-democracy slogans in a shopping mall. Read full article: Hong Kong police clear May Day protest...→

Hong Kong to give citizens reusable masks

Hong Kong's government will distribute reusable face masks to all 7.4 million citizens next week as the territory prepares to lift a first round of coronavirus [...] Read full article: Hong Kong to give citizens reusable mask...→

Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels to brink

Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels to brink

The coronavirus outbreak was the final straw for Hong Kong's battered hotel industry, with occupancy rates in free fall and many wondering when is the right ti [...] Read full article: Pandemic, protests push Hong Kong hotels...→

Hong Kong after the uprising | Red Flag

For the third time since the handover of Hong Kong from British colonial rule to Chinese sovereignty, the region exploded in protest in 2019. One million peopl [...] Read full article: Hong Kong after the uprising | Red Flag...→

Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks - Cobram Courier

Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks - Cobram Courier

Seven-time champion trainer John Moore is set to return to Australia after more than 40 years in Hong Kong to set up a stable with his brother Gary at Rosehill [...] Read full article: Hong Kong great set to join Sydney ranks...→

China approves new Hong Kong secretary

China approves new Hong Kong secretary

Chinas state council has approved a plan submitted by the Hong Kong government to appoint Erick Tsang as the new secretary of constitutional and mainland affai [...] Read full article: China approves new Hong Kong secretary...→

Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch

Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch

He’s the equal $6 favourite for this Saturday’s Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m) but Indy Car is not a certain starter in the race. Read full article: Indy Car on grid for Hong Kong switch...→

Hong Kong democracy activists arrested

Hong Kong police have arrested about a dozen democracy activists on charges of illegal assembly in raids across the Asian financial hub, media and political so [...] Read full article: Hong Kong democracy activists arrested...→