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Hundreds probed in anti-graft sweep

Hundreds probed in anti-graft sweep

SHANGHAI prosecutors investigated 357 people in connection with 283 corruption cases last year, including 10 bureau directors, the city’s chief prosecutor said yesterday. The number of directors investigated ...

Yang Jian | January 18, 2017, Wednesday


City plans 5-day smog forecasts

City plans 5-day smog forecasts

SHANGHAI is working on establishing a five-day smog forecasting system to give citizens earlier warnings of air pollution, the environment authority said yesterday. Residents are currently told of the ...

Natalie Ma | January 18, 2017, Wednesday


No purifiers for schools

No purifiers for schools

SHANGHAI school authorities have decided it is not feasible to put air purifiers in classrooms to protect students from the city’s pollution, despite requests from parents. The Shanghai Education Commission ...

January 18, 2017, Wednesday


5 face court over forex fraud scheme

5 face court over forex fraud scheme

Five people accused of making almost US$2 million in a foreign exchange fraud case involving about US$212 million appeared in court in the Pudong New Area yesterday....

Li Qian | January 18, 2017, Wednesday


Mayor ends term

Mayor ends term

LAWMAKERS yesterday approved the resignation of Shanghai Mayor Yang Xiong, during the annual session of the Shanghai People’s Congress . Yang, 63, was elected in 2013. Yin Yicui, chairwoman of the Standing ...

Chen Huizhi | January 18, 2017, Wednesday


Work together to save the wetlands

Work together to save the wetlands

CITY lawmakers have urged a unified approach to protect Shanghai’s 377,000 hectares of wetlands, saying responsibility was spread too much among various departments, reducing efficiency and coordination. Only ...

Ma Yue | January 18, 2017, Wednesday

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Parking up: Leave the car home

Parking up: Leave the car home

SHANGHAI will increase car parking costs in downtown areas to encourage more use of public transport. The city’s traffic authority also said yesterday other measures would be taken to ease congestion. The ...

Yang Jian | January 18, 2017, Wednesday


Chaos as Metro renovations begin

Chaos as Metro renovations begin

PART of the People’s Square Metro Station were closed for repairs yesterday, causing chaos for morning commuters. Normal operations will resume on February 11 at what is the busiest station on the Metro ...

Zhang Ningning | January 18, 2017, Wednesday


Yang Xiong resigns as Shanghai mayor

Yang Xiong resigns as Shanghai mayor

LOCAL lawmakers today approved the resignation of Shanghai Mayor Yang Xiong. The decision was made at ongoing annual session of Shanghai People’s Congress this afternoon. Yang, 63, was appointed as ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday


Early morning chaos as People’s Square Station shut for repair works

Early morning chaos as People’s Square Station shut for repair works

METRO lines 1 and 8 on the People’s Square Metro Station was closed for repairs today, resulting in traffic chaos. Normal operation will resume on February 11. People’s Square Station is the busiest ...

Zhang Ningning | January 17, 2017, Tuesday


 

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