Architectural officials yesterday pledged to minimise nuisance to bars and restaurants caused by beautification work on Stanley's Main Street.
Lee Fu-sing of the HK Professional Teachers' Union raises a finger to make a point about primary schools threatened with closure.
The union yesterday appealed for the schools to be...
The health chief foreshadowed a crackdown on fresh shellfish last night after 19 people fell ill with what is believed to be potentially fatal algal poisoning from scallops bought at five local...
Burglars got away with cash and goods worth $3 million from a Stanley home.
The break-in, in Wong Ma Kok Road, was reported at 10pm on Thursday when the 47-year-old owner returned...
The catering and entertainment industries lit up their campaign against a planned smoking ban yesterday with a claim that it could burn away half their revenue.
They said it would...
A man was arrested yesterday after police found the body of a woman in a North Point hotel.
She was found on a bed with red marks on her neck and a wound to her chest.
The transport chief yesterday side-stepped questions of whether the government would legislate to prohibit passengers from demanding discounted taxi fares from drivers.
Officials are seeking legislators' views on toughening littering penalties for repeat offenders, including bigger fines and community service orders.
Consultation shows most want old districts revitalised, with development focused in the New Territories
A new platform for airing public opinion on controversial issues was launched yesterday amid continuing controversy over the departure of Commercial Radio's popular talk-show hosts.
Nearly half a million people have participated in the voter registration drive for the Legco elections, the government said.
The six-week campaign closed yesterday.