Shell has announced a reduction in LPG prices from today in a move described as well overdue.
Company directors and employees have vastly different views on the prospects of the job market, two surveys show.
THE international phone call price war has made Hong Kong one of the cheapest places in the world from which to dial abroad, a Sunday Morning Post survey has found.
Overseas relatives of Hong Kong people injured or killed abroad are to be given financial assistance by the Government in response to the Manila Bay tragedy last year.
Cake fans have been snapping up piles of coupons, undeterred by Consumer Council warnings and the failure of other prepaid schemes.
A first-time driving test candidate offered $3,000 in 'lai see' to her examiner because she wanted to 'have some luck'.
Housewife Li Ka-man, 33, pleaded guilty at Sha Tin Court...
An alcoholic father who hit his young daughter with a rod until her nose bled was given a suspended sentence yesterday.
Head teachers feel the Government is botching its plans to improve education, a survey revealed yesterday.
BEIJING cadres are under pressure to improve the quality of their work after public assessments were introduced to ensure 'the survival of the fittest'.
THE amount of money invested in property is to rise by 10 per cent over last year, says newly appointed Minister of Construction Yu Zhengsheng.
The emergence of middlemen in the fruit and vegetable trade has speeded up agricultural reforms and improved food distribution.
Some schools are trying to kick out pupils who drag down the school's overall academic performance despite pledges not to discriminate against poor performers.