Zeman’s Lan Kwai Fong Group and Haiya Group sign deal to expand nightlife business to Zhongshan, with both touting venture as offering ‘world-class entertainment’.
Latest blunder takes place at 2023 Ice Hockey Championship in Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, adding to a string of similar events in recent months.
Residents will finally be allowed to take face coverings off in public on Wednesday, but how many will choose to ditch them?
Financial Secretary Paul Chan tells Post forum that city will remain ‘financial market [where] the Western countries have a substantial stake’.
Hong Kong government attacks US ‘smearing’ of city after American consul general rejects warning by Beijing’s man in city to stop criticism.
Forever Blooming Bauhinia sculpture and flag poles will be placed on an elevated platform to ‘highlight their importance’, Development Bureau says.
Commissioner of Correctional Services Wong Kwok-hing says average daily number of people on remand rose to 2,666 last year.
Latest budget raises child allowance, but academics say effect of financial aid on encouraging people to have more babies is limited.
Critics point to inflation and pandemic setbacks suffered by underprivileged, argue HK$5,000 vouchers will have limited impact.
Financial secretary sets sights on higher taxes for smokers, while Hong Kong Jockey Club will pay an increased betting duty.
Chief executive’s rulings to govern all cases, criminal and civil, related to national security, Department of Justice proposes.
John Lee and several ministers to meet top officials in Shenzhen and Guangzhou on Thursday.
Former chief executive says Hong Kong has ‘finite’ resources, cannot cover all bases in ambitious development zone.
Mainland China, Singapore, South Korea and Japan all require trans people to undergo reassignment surgery before their gender identity can be formally recognised. So did Hong Kong, until a landmark court ruling earlier this month.
Plummeting temperatures and downed infrastructure among challenges faced in nine-day mission, team commander Yiu Men-yeung says
Preparatory office for international mediation organisation opens as it is revealed at least nine countries have signed up as members.
Xia Baolong, director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, met ‘relevant people from Hong Kong society’ several days ago in Shenzhen, including city’s No 2 official.
Veteran political observers say Beijing’s priorities for city have shifted, urging Lee to wait until after Taiwan’s election early next year and focus on local economy.
Chief Executive John Lee says government has been selling land as usual since the clauses were put in place in November.
Migrant workers group says city must do more to protect overseas workers and speed up justice system after domestic helper given record damages for abuse.
Barrister Trevor Beel for journalist turned activist Gwyneth Ho takes aim at prosecution for what he says was late submission of expert statements.
Question marks over policies in places such as public toilets, changing rooms, hospitals and prisons remain, the Post has found.
Case brought by Henry Edward Tse and ‘Q’ in 2019 against commissioner of registration after he refused to review gender status on their identity cards.
Dozens of officers in uniform and plain clothes stationed on fourth floor of complex, with entire level converted into trial-viewing area.
Some experts say key aspects of pandemic, including city’s high death toll, deserve investigation.
Chief Executive John Lee says no recognised best or standard solution for handling Covid-19, as health adviser says he is not looking for scapegoats.
‘I feel that the issues we’re facing are not given enough attention by the broader LGBT movement,’ Henry Edward Tse says.
Leung, now a vice-chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, points to caseloads being kept at bay despite border reopening and festive break.
But consulting and recruitment professionals warn that Hong Kong faces hurdles in drawing companies back.
Travel agencies in city say flights unaffected but tour groups already in Japan have to switch destinations and accommodation.