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Is Nicole Kidman back in Hong Kong? False reports spark fresh debate over city’s Covid-19 quarantine exemptions
Hollywood star Nicole Kidman has not returned to Hong Kong to continue filming a television drama, the Post has learned, contrary to local news reports that sparked fresh debate over the government’s policy for Covid-19 quarantine exemptions.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): While it is of lesser importance that Hong Kong reopens to the rest of the world, being able to travel without quarantine between the city and the mainland is a priority for writer Sandra Han.
Bangkok: Thai authorities rushed to protect parts of Bangkok from floodwaters that have already inundated 70,000 homes and killed six people in the country’s northern and central provinces.
Thai authorities on Tuesday rushed to protect parts of Bangkok from floodwaters that have already inundated 70,000 homes and killed six people in the country's northern and central provinces.
Not so long ago, these cities marketed themselves to everyone. But Amsterdam’s widely available cannabis and legal prostitution, Barcelona’s urban beaches and Prague’s famous beer halls increasingly attracted tourists who brought what Geerte Udo, director of Amsterdam & Partners, diplomatically called “negative effects”.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (Sept 13)
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Foreign Ministry said it has received a vague response to its query into why Japan has sent an email warning to its citizens living in Thailand of terrorist attacks in South-East Asia.
DUBAI: Private sector companies in the UAE will have to fill 10% of their positions with Emirati nationals within five years, the UAE said on Sunday, announcing its latest tranche of economic reforms.
Hong Kong business chamber predicts stronger GDP growth as global demand for goods soars, and city keeps Covid-19 under control
General Chamber of Commerce revises previous estimate from 3.5 to 6.3 per cent, but concerns remain over travel restrictionsUpgrade is in line with government’s forecast of economic growth between 5.5 and 6.5 per cent