Ponies, a beach venture and lots of parties are helping to raise money for this year's Operation Santa Claus.
Visitor spending fell again in the third quarter, with receipts hit by lower prices and fewer buyers.
Total tourism receipts, including money spent by aircrew and transit passengers...
July was hot and dry, but compared with the extremes of last year, it was just an ordinary month, statistics from the Observatory show.
From the landing of the first flight on July 6, the airport will be one of the most advanced in the world.
But within months it will have taken another great leap forward with the...
The Sahara has claimed one in 10 of the competitors in the Marathon des Sables (Marathon of the Sands), but all five members of the Hong Kong team are still in the running.
The $100 million promotion blitz is the latest attempt by the Hong Kong Tourist Association to come up with a campaign that finally wins the hearts and minds of the industry.
The police are holding talks with the PLA on future communications.
The force kept a regular liaison with specific officers in the British Garrison to discuss operations such as...
Security officials may speed up examining gun licence applications by the 500-plus PLA troops to ensure they have permits before entering the territory at Lok Ma Chau at 9 pm on Monday.
A ban on concerts at the Hong Kong Stadium was reinforced by Urban Councillors yesterday despite calls from residents for it to be lifted.
A PACKED and captive audience of Vietnamese illegal immigrants from China greeted Secretary for Security Alistair Asprey yesterday when he toured the Chi Ma Wan Detention Centre.
EMERGENCY routines are being revised in preparation for the withdrawal of the British Garrison and its specialist equipment in the run-up to 1997.