Saying 'bollocks' on television was not offensive despite a flood of complaints following a beer advertisement, it was ruled yesterday.
TOUR guides will be sent back to the classroom from March to study for a safety certificate drawn up in the wake of the Manila Bay boat tragedy.
Some 3,000 guides will need an...
HONG KONG has been picked to host part of global celebrations for the year 2000, which include ambitious plans to illuminate the Great Wall from space, the Sunday Morning Post can reveal.
The tourism slump has hit businesses with spending down 9.2 per cent this year.
Hong Kong Tourist Association statistics released yesterday showed receipts in the first nine months...
An eight-year-old girl saw her elder sister being molested by their tutor but was too scared to tell anyone, the District Court heard yesterday.
A former member of the stock exchange's ruling council was declared bankrupt yesterday in the District Court, 20 days after he was jailed for selling client's stocks to secure a $5 million loan....
The man killed in Stanley by Typhoon Victor would not be the last unless proper life-saving equipment was provided, residents warned yesterday.
Some exhibitors at this week's trouble-plagued book fair warned they might pull out next year after scores of forged staff permits were uncovered.
They accused the organisers of...
More than 20 Correctional Services officers overpowered three boat people on the roof of Victoria Prison yesterday, ending their 21-hour protest against forced repatriation.
It may not look a safe bet but, for big financial bonuses, keep close to home, maintains Schroder Investment's trend spotter Robin Stoakley .
A fleet of yachts crewed by novice sailors who have paid up to $262,500 each to sail round the world in cramped conditions arrived in Hong Kong last night.
Hong Kong was yesterday transported back to the age of sail when a fleet of tall ships paraded through the harbour before their race to Japan.