Universities are about 5,000 hostel places short of their goal of allowing all students to live on campus for at least one year of their undergraduate studies.
Several universities have thrown their support behind today's citywide class boycott - the first in 20 years - as the organisers warn of further
The academic year kicked off yesterday in cramped style, with some students complaining of limited campus hostel spaces and long lines for buses, as the city's universities admitted double intakes...
A drug addict who attacked four strangers in a two-day chopping spree in Tseung Kwan O last year was jailed for five years yesterday.
A private enclave on Sai Kung's remote and scenic Tai Long Wan coast could be incorporated into the surrounding country park early next year, after government advisers endorsed the proposal....
Mid-tier property developer KWah International has expanded its footprint to Tseung Kwan O, with the surprise win of a residential site for HK$1.169 billion.
A decorator who claims to have mental problems due to his use of amphetamines pleaded guilty yesterday to wounding four strangers in a two-day chopping spree in Tseung Kwan O.
Sun Hung Kai Properties believes its latest upmarket serviced apartment project in Tseung Kwan O will set a new benchmark for rents in the area.
A HK$1.22 billion residential site in Tseung Kwan O attracted bids from seven developers yesterday, signalling healthy interest despite concerns about the global economy.
The government is expected to get as much as HK$1.22 billion from the sale of a residential site in Tseung Kwan O available for tender until Friday, surveyors say.
Doctor not warned after complaints, court told
More than 70,000 Form Six students will be getting their results for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) examination tomorrow. But only 15,000 of them will get a place at...