Sinopec last night admitted it owned the 150 tonnes of plastic pellets polluting Hong Kong's waters, after Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor had earlier yesterday vowed the government...
The Hong Kong Book Fair ended in acrimony yesterday with exhibitors staging a protest over loss of earnings due to the organisers' typhoon arrangements.
Exhibitors at the annual Book Fair accused organisers of overreacting to Typhoon Vicente in shutting down the fair early and costing them a lot of money.
Environmentalists and villagers fear a patch of land that has been flattened and cleared could be used to extend a luxury development on the edge of a country park.
There were cheers and tears for primary school pupils across the city yesterday as they found out whether they had received places at the secondary schools they wanted.
Group discount websites have become more popular in Hong Kong - but they have also sparked a lot of complaints, says the Consumer Council.
Students at Lingnan Primary School and Kindergarten went on strike on Monday to try to stop the school closing for redevelopment.
Twice as many men as women commit suicide in Hong Kong because they are reluctant to seek help for emotional problems, a counsellor says.
The popularity rating for outgoing Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen has plunged to a record-low 38.5 marks out of 100, the first time it has fallen below 40, a University of Hong Kong poll...
About 25,000 protesters demanding an inquiry into the death of activist Li Wangyang marched to the central government's liaison office on Sunday. Organisers urged chief executive-elect Leung Chun-...
Thousands of protesters demanding an investigation into the death of Tiananmen dissident Li Wangyang marched on the central government's liaison office yesterday.