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At a Glance
    2018-January-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Cash rewards

SHENZHEN police gave out a total of 4 million yuan (US$616,418) in cash rewards to whistle-blowers who reported traffic violations in 2017.

Police received a total of 930,000 traffic violation clues and 170,000 were verified as effective, accounting for 18.26 percent of the total.

Traffic violations, such as illegally using bus lanes or emergency lanes, were mainly reported through WeChat, Alipay and video recorders, according to police.

Package tickets

SHENZHEN Airlines continues to introduce package air tickets for holiday travel among its 183 routes covering 63 cities during the Spring Festival transport season.

Travelers departing Shenzhen between Jan. 24 and Feb. 15 and returning between Feb. 16 and March 17 can enjoy discounts as much as 80 percent off.

The tickets can be booked through Shenzhen Airlines’ official website or the 24-hour hotline, 95361.

Fake cigarettes

GUANGMING police recently busted a criminal ring involved in selling fake cigarettes after a monthlong investigation.

Three suspects were arrested and 230 cartons of cigarettes, at market value of 2.1 million yuan, were seized at a warehouse by police officers.

Corrupt official

WANG FANG, a former deputy director with Bao’an District Science and Innovation Bureau, has been prosecuted for allegedly taking 1.33 million yuan in bribes, according to a notice released by Shenzhen People’s Procuratorate.

Between February 2012 and March 2017, Wang allegedly helped others profit by abusing his power as deputy chief of the Fuyong Subdistrict Government.

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