Seven more complaints against schools breaking the Sixth Form admission procedure were received yesterday as students continued their rush for remaining places.
Education officials are struggling to find 2,000 extra Form One places in the 2000-2001 school year for students born in the Year of the Dragon 11 years ago.
Some schools may need to...
A swimming pool where hundreds of people have been hurt by a rough floor is to be partially closed for maintenance.
Swimmers at the Hammer Hill Road pool in Diamond Hill may be...
Education chiefs have been accused of bungling after thousands of students were left confused by a series of announcements about class cancellations.
Fewer than half the pupils starting Primary One in September through central allocation will enter their first-choice schools.
Never mind personal computers, e-mail accounts or free access to the Internet - most postgraduate students simply want their own desks to help their studies.
A public housing resident has been told she can only write to or call the Housing Authority through her lawyers.
Education officials are looking at the storage of evening school students' records after complaints that some files listing identity card numbers and academic results are kept under a staircase....
About half of the teachers and principals who had applications to work beyond retirement age rejected lodged appeals against the decisions before yesterday's deadline.
Students and staff at the University of Hong Kong were urged yesterday to help investigations into the latest harassment case in which nude pictures were placed on the Internet.
An eight-year-old boy was injured by an explosive he found in a rubbish dump near his home in Sai Kung yesterday afternoon.
The boy and a six-year-old girl were playing near 101 Che...