Updated at 11:23pm
Crowds at Tamar Park swelled as night fell. Police estimated the number of protesters reached 8,100, while organisers said as many as 40,000 attended.Sunday, 2 September, 2012, 8:40am
Campaigners against police interference in demonstrations called yesterday for a huge flowerbed outside the central government's liaison office to be uprooted to make more room for protests.14 May 2012 - 12:00am
Three groups of visitors called off trips to the new Tamar government headquarters this month, despite official pledges that the complex has been thoroughly disinfected after the discovery of potentially fatal bacteria.
The groups dropped their plans to see the new Legislative Council building in Admiralty after the contamination was made known.7 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
Teddy Lam and May Lam were reacquainted quite by accident in front of the Legislative Council Building three years ago and exchanged business cards.
As students they lived in the same dormitory at the University of Hong Kong, but they hardly spoke.
'In fact, we barely remembered each other's name then,' says Teddy.10 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Angry legislators have threatened to not move into the new Legislative Council building at the Tamar site when it opens in September, in protest against what they call the government's belated consultation on the layout and the complex's use of public space.12 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Detractors often deride it as a talking shop, and as the Legislative Council building prepares to take its final bow as the crucible of Hong Kong's political discourse, it looks like they're about to get more ammunition for their argument.9 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
You might not be able to vote for all of the people who sit in it, but it will have more seats for you to watch them debate the issues that matter.
Opened to the media for the first time yesterday, the new Legislative Council chamber on the Tamar site in Admiralty remains largely a shell. But the city's new crucible of political debate is taking shape.15 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
Sitting on top of the current Legislative Council building is the statue of a blindfolded 'Lady Justice'. Until 1985, this iconic building in Central between Statute Square and Chater Garden, was the home of the Supreme Court, hence the statue was a symbolic representation of the rule of law.22 Apr 2011 - 12:00am