HSBC has asked anti-capitalist campaigners who have been occupying the plaza under its Central offices for more than six months to leave voluntarily, to make way for a series of community...
Despite officials touting the green features of the new headquarters in Admiralty, taxpayers are forking out five times as much for electricity bills than for the old premises.
Four entrances to the busy Central MTR station were closed yesterday for 45 minutes after a man clashed with passengers and railway staff, causing officers from bomb disposal and counter-terror...
Five suspects have been arrested in connection with a murder and gang robbery at a Tin Shui Wai recycling plant in which a 38-year-old mainlander was killed.
The police have stopped investigations into all but five of the thousands of complaints over sales of Lehman Brothers financial products.
A man has been arrested for deception relating to the online sale of scores of counterfeit Sevens tickets
The expatriate, aged 25, is believed to be a core member of a multinational...
The Fire Services Department has bowed to pressure to revise its media relations rules and give more information to journalists.
A journalists' group yesterday criticised the Fire Services Department for withholding information from the media since it adopted a new communications system at the start of the month.
A minibus driver was arrested for drug-driving after a panicked passenger called police for help early yesterday during a horror ride from Jordan to Tuen Mun.
The escape of a gibbon that scampered around Central for two hours on Wednesday before being recaptured has been blamed on a worker's mistake.
A man was seriously injured when a large concrete canopy broke off a wall and plunged on to the outdoor portion of a shop in Tuen Mun yesterday.
Police have swooped on a suspected drug trafficking gang who tried to use the cover of an organised tour group to smuggle HK$5 million of the party drug Ice from Hong Kong to Sydney.