Charmaine is studying Global Communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is a summer intern on City Desk at the Post.
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Amendment to Hong Kong’s Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Ordinance will require owners to ensure the welfare of their pets.
In spite of special arrangement students still struggle to cross border in time to start school.
Seats in new 210-seater tram cost HK$88 for one adult return ticket, up from HK$52.
New arrangement announced after 1,000 frustrated students asked for help to get to school on time.
Head of Hong Kong special education secondary school says her ‘abrupt’ dismissal breached employment law and the Education Ordinance.
Loose terms of employment leave entertainment industry’s freelancers on their own if injured at work
City logs 6,445 coronavirus infections on Friday, 185 of which were imported, and eight more deaths.
Minister Sun Dong calls on researchers and industries to use platform to tell city’s innovation story.
Engineering expert says falling structure could generate 816kg of force at speed faster than human reaction time.
The Tokyo 2020 fencing gold medallist paused his studies in secondary school to focus on training full-time and will hit the books for the first time in nine years.
Quarantine hotel guests outraged by long delays for refunds after mandatory isolation period cut from seven to three days.
New measures could lead to more helpers coming into the city, which would put a halt to the rising market salary, says CEO.
Hong Kong Observatory says wet conditions brought on by broad area of low pressure.
Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung says there were 150 bookings within the first 30 minutes of the launch of the government’s online appointment system.
Some concertgoers and those who watched videos of incident have reported insomnia, nightmares and feelings of stress, psychologists say.
Wildlife group calls on government to divert cross-border ferry operations in the Southern Lantau Fairway.
Kung Fu star Bruce Lee’s demolished Hong Kong home to be recreated for fans using the latest multimedia technology.
Covid patient who tested positive on Saturday says she has neither received her electronic wristband nor been told about the related arrangements.
Residents and workers are growing impatient with being confined at home and losing out on salary, with rare displays of protest emerging.
Extension of anti-epidemic curbs in casino hub comes as week-long lockdown was set to expire on Sunday.
Patients to be recruited for major Hong Kong study into long Covid.
Lockdown sparks panic buying, despite authorities assuring residents there is sufficient stock of necessities.
Mirror star Anson Lo is honoured by Hong Kong fans wearing pink on his birthday.
Siblings don’t want remaining 10,000 tonnes of timber on site to go to waste or end up in landfill.
New uniforms for Airport Security Unit, Counter Terrorism Response Unit and Railway Response Team designed to allow for greater mobility, provide more comfort.
Essential workers in Hong Kong still waiting on Covid-19 emergency payments.
More than 40 quarantine hotels have raised their prices by as much as 80 per cent since the launch of the scheme 1½ years ago.
Ten travellers join seven-day trip organised by EGL Tours, which had previously pushed back the departure date from June 11 to June 15 and then to Wednesday.