Extreme weather will become more common, with rainfall of 230mm in an hour possible and 50 per cent more very hot nights, researchers say.
Libraries are struggling to woo visitors despite pulling out the stops with new offerings, including more open areas and digital services.
‘If we have a bigger [red panda] population at Ocean Park, we can expand our level of deliverables to breeding and research,’ Ocean Park director says.
Education Bureau figures for Territory-Wide System Assessment include some of the lowest marks in Chinese, English and mathematics in about 20 years.
Investigation found 4.3kg of heroin and 4kg of marijuana inside backpack and luggage belonging to pair, police say.
Minibus slid down Sheung Wo Street and hit the driver, trapping him under vehicle, police say.
Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data finds number of businesses suffering attacks rose by 8 percentage points to all-time high this year.
Airport Authority says it has not found any bedbugs, but has met government and airlines to assess how to handle flights arriving from the high-risk areas.
Equal Opportunities Commission chief Ricky Chu says body told to back off from ‘legislative amendments’ to better protect LGBTQ people.
Increased global travel and mutated insecticide resistance has contributed to rebound in bedbugs, according to study.
Businesses say they have fewer customers than before and locals are cutting back on spending despite ‘Hong Kong Night Vibes’ campaign to boost evening economy.
Tse Chin-wan says emergency alert system that sends real-time notifications to mobile phone users should be reserved for events such as tsunami or earthquakes.
While some lawmakers and critics say event will undermine traditional Chinese family values, organisers call it milestone in long fight for recognition.
Hong Kong co-hosts Asia’s first Gay Games since sporting event was established in 1982, despite calls from critics for contest to be cancelled on national security grounds.
Hong Kong’s flag carrier says flight CX315 left city for Madrid at 12.40am on Sunday but returned at 2.46am, with no injuries recorded during the incident.
‘With this lifting the restrictions in Hong Kong, companies have access to the huge human resources that Vietnam has,’ Vietnam’s consul general says.
Top regional executive from HSBC points to ‘very strong rebound’ after ‘legitimate uncertainty’ over city’s role in the world.
Chief executive also announces that foreign staff of overseas firms registered in Hong Kong will be able to apply for single visa allowing multiple entries to mainland China.
Move unveiled during event hosted by the Institute for Climate and Carbon Neutrality, where California Governor Gavin Newsom spoke during rare visit to city.
Shocked by developments in Israel, affected communities gather to share news about families, offer comfort.
Stefan Bredohl says at celebration of his country’s links with Hong Kong that good economic relations rely on city maintaining rule of law and ‘international character’.
SPCA says allowing dogs in workplace can help employee retention and job satisfaction, but not all environments are suitable.
Srettha Thavisin to meet John Lee at Government House on second day of visit.
Hackers hit five social services and schools, compromising details, including names and mobile phone numbers of users, parents and pupils.
Observatory predicts typhoon will skirt within 150km of Hong Kong as it approaches from the south on Sunday.
Global competition for talent is ‘arms race’ but Hong Kong benefits from having ‘diversity baked into its DNA’, says top Standard Chartered executive Peter Burnett.
Revellers flock to Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui waterfronts to witness city’s first National Day fireworks show after five-year hiatus.
Industry leader dismisses concerns over slow start and says residents waiting until after National Day fireworks event before splashing out on meals.