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2021-4-9

A former employee of a footwear retailer and a production company operator were yesterday (April 8) charged by the ICAC with conspiracy to defraud over a decoration project of the footwear retailer.

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2021-3-30

The ICAC today (March 30) charged a former teacher of a government-aided secondary school with multiple offences under the anti-bribery law, theft and using copies of false instruments in deceiving the school of payments totalling $5.3 million in relation to 14 school facility renovation projects.

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2021-3-29

A defendant, who was earlier charged by the ICAC for allegedly conspiring with two officers of the Correctional Services Department (CSD) and others to commit misconduct in public office (MIPO) for conniving at his unauthorised possession and use of a mobile phone in a prison, is today (March 29) laid with an additional perversion charge regarding an investigation and disciplinary proceeding conducted by the CSD.

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2021-3-29

A bank officer and his mother who worked at a Chinese restaurant, charged by the ICAC, today (March 29) admitted at the Eastern Magistrates’ Courts that they had conspired to defraud the bank of an incentive by causing co-workers of the mother to open payroll accounts with the bank.

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2021-3-26

In response to media enquiries, an ICAC spokesperson confirmed that in mid-March the Commission took enforcement actions and arrested eight site team leaders of a sub-contractor of the Third Runway Project of the Hong Kong International Airport (Third Runway Project) for allegedly soliciting and accepting advantages from construction workers as rewards for procuring the latter’s employment.

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2021-3-25

A retired Assistant Manager of the Lands Department was yesterday (March 24) charged by the ICAC with using a written statement of a colleague which contained a false material particular to mislead the department in an internal investigation against a Squatter Control Officer conducted by him.

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2021-3-24

A property agent, charged by the ICAC, was today (March 24) sentenced to four months’ imprisonment at the Tuen Mun Magistrates’ Courts after admitting that he had conspired with a property buyer to deceive the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) into levying a lesser amount of stamp duty by understating the transaction price of a property by $500,000.

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2021-3-23

A former employee of a charitable organisation, charged by the ICAC, admitted at the Eastern Magistrates’ Courts today (March 23) that he had solicited a bribe of over $42,000 from a supplier in relation to the procurement of audio and visual (AV) equipment.

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2021-3-23

The ICAC today (March 23) charged a former property agent with fraud for allegedly inducing her then employer not to collect an agency commission of $47,800 from a tenant by concealing a leasing transaction she had procured.

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2021-3-18

Ex-treasurer of amateur Chinese orchestra admits fraud over zither purchase

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