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Drug police seize 75kg of cocaine worth US$11.5 million from gang in northern Hong Kong

Raid on cargo centre finds bags of cocaine smuggled into Hong Kong in a shipment of cowhides from South America.

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Raid on cargo centre finds bags of cocaine smuggled into Hong Kong in a shipment of cowhides from South America.

Drug police seize 75kg of cocaine worth US$11.5 million from gang in northern Hong Kong
Company controlled by Hong Kong justice chief Teresa Cheng’s husband under investigation

Analogue Holdings, founded by Teresa Cheng’s husband, Otto Poon, is suspected to have breached competition law.

6 Dec 2019 - 11:21PM

Analogue Holdings, founded by Teresa Cheng’s husband, Otto Poon, is suspected to have breached competition law.

Company controlled by Hong Kong justice chief Teresa Cheng’s husband under investigation
Hong Kong protests: more petrol bombs and offensive weapons found at Polytechnic University on Sunday

University alerted police and firefighters on Sunday, when a further 41 petrol bombs and several weapons were uncovered.

2 Dec 2019 - 9:17AM

University alerted police and firefighters on Sunday, when a further 41 petrol bombs and several weapons were uncovered.

Hong Kong protests: more petrol bombs and offensive weapons found at Polytechnic University on Sunday
Hong Kong police hunt robbers who stole HK$2 million worth of gold from jewellery shop after driving up in taxi

Gang smashed glass display counters with a hammer and looted gold inside, while some of the robbers threatened the shopkeepers with long knives.

2 Dec 2019 - 7:30AM

Gang smashed glass display counters with a hammer and looted gold inside, while some of the robbers threatened the shopkeepers with long knives.

Hong Kong police hunt robbers who stole HK$2 million worth of gold from jewellery shop after driving up in taxi
Hong Kong guest houses transform into love hotels to survive protest slump, as mainland Chinese tourists stay away from city

App developer Kenneth Lee links local couples who need space for intimacy with guest houses.

30 Nov 2019 - 12:16PM

App developer Kenneth Lee links local couples who need space for intimacy with guest houses.

Hong Kong guest houses transform into love hotels to survive protest slump, as mainland Chinese tourists stay away from city
Hong Kong police seize more than 3,800 petrol bombs from Polytechnic University, saying campus siege will end on Friday

Assistant Commissioner of Police Chow Yat-ming confident clear up operation can be finished with one more day, as police seize petrol bombs, gas canisters and chemicals including acid and other corrosive liquids during search.

4 Dec 2019 - 6:28PM

Assistant Commissioner of Police Chow Yat-ming confident clear up operation can be finished with one more day, as police seize petrol bombs, gas canisters and chemicals including acid and other corrosive liquids during search.

Hong Kong police seize more than 3,800 petrol bombs from Polytechnic University, saying campus siege will end on Friday
Polytechnic University siege: Hong Kong police to enter campus to remove weapons, dangerous substances and gather evidence of vandalism

Two teams from Polytechnic University have failed to convince any last holdouts to leave the site.

28 Nov 2019 - 8:04AM

Two teams from Polytechnic University have failed to convince any last holdouts to leave the site.

Polytechnic University siege: Hong Kong police to enter campus to remove weapons, dangerous substances and gather evidence of vandalism
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says police will delay PolyU entry as safety team makes final bid to convince radicals to leave with siege entering 10th day

Polytechnic University sends in a group hoping to persuade few remaining radicals to leave campus, as Hong Kong leader says police team will only act if that fails.

26 Nov 2019 - 6:08PM

Polytechnic University sends in a group hoping to persuade few remaining radicals to leave campus, as Hong Kong leader says police team will only act if that fails.

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says police will delay PolyU entry as safety team makes final bid to convince radicals to leave with siege entering 10th day
Hong Kong protests: acting president of student union among those who leave as Polytechnic University siege peters out

Radical protesters have controlled the Kowloon campus for almost two weeks, leading to a police siege. Matthew Cheung says site is strewn with explosives and increasingly filthy.

24 Nov 2019 - 12:19AM

Radical protesters have controlled the Kowloon campus for almost two weeks, leading to a police siege. Matthew Cheung says site is strewn with explosives and increasingly filthy.

Hong Kong protests: acting president of student union among those who leave as Polytechnic University siege peters out
Armed robbers target mainland Chinese visitors at currency exchange, make off with HK$10 million in Tsim Sha Tsui attack

Masked and black-clad robbers grabbed bags of cash and fled as victims gave chase.

21 Nov 2019 - 9:57AM

Masked and black-clad robbers grabbed bags of cash and fled as victims gave chase.

Armed robbers target mainland Chinese visitors at currency exchange, make off with HK$10 million in Tsim Sha Tsui attack
No fanfare, no farewell dinner as Hong Kong police chief Stephen Lo makes a quiet exit amid protests

Lo’s tenure saw crime rate fall to 48-year low, but trust in police has plummeted.

18 Nov 2019 - 2:38PM

Lo’s tenure saw crime rate fall to 48-year low, but trust in police has plummeted.

No fanfare, no farewell dinner as Hong Kong police chief Stephen Lo makes a quiet exit amid protests
Hong Kong protests: police use controversial anti-riot sound device for first time, rejecting claims it is harmful

Police spokesman confirms force deployed a long-range acoustic device, installed on top of a Unimog armoured vehicle, to issue warnings.

17 Nov 2019 - 11:54PM

Police spokesman confirms force deployed a long-range acoustic device, installed on top of a Unimog armoured vehicle, to issue warnings.

Hong Kong protests: police use controversial anti-riot sound device for first time, rejecting claims it is harmful
Trapped in Tai Po: McDonald’s runs out of buns and hash browns and supermarket shelves are bare as Hong Kong protests limit supplies to one town

Tai Po residents stuck as protesters block major roads near Chinese University, leaving town in state of semi-isolation and fast-food chain low on signature items.

15 Nov 2019 - 11:31PM

Tai Po residents stuck as protesters block major roads near Chinese University, leaving town in state of semi-isolation and fast-food chain low on signature items.

Trapped in Tai Po: McDonald’s runs out of buns and hash browns and supermarket shelves are bare as Hong Kong protests limit supplies to one town
Hong Kong police make ‘displeasure’ over journalists’ behaviour known in formal complaint to city’s media organisations

Chief Superintendent John Tse writes to RTHK, Ming Pao, Stand News, AM730, Initium and Inmedia after silent protest at press conference, but Hong Kong Journalists Association hits back and says officers hide their identities during protests making formal complaints almost impossible.

8 Nov 2019 - 10:31AM

Chief Superintendent John Tse writes to RTHK, Ming Pao, Stand News, AM730, Initium and Inmedia after silent protest at press conference, but Hong Kong Journalists Association hits back and says officers hide their identities during protests making formal complaints almost impossible.

Hong Kong police make ‘displeasure’ over journalists’ behaviour known in formal complaint to city’s media organisations
Junius Ho: suspect arrested over stabbing of Hong Kong lawmaker remanded after attempted murder charge

Tung Pak-fai appears in Fanling Court after incident that left pro-establishment legislator needing surgery.

8 Nov 2019 - 11:08PM

Tung Pak-fai appears in Fanling Court after incident that left pro-establishment legislator needing surgery.

Junius Ho: suspect arrested over stabbing of Hong Kong lawmaker remanded after attempted murder charge
Wife of man who sparked Hong Kong’s largest financial probe in decades injured in knife attack in Tai Po

Fifty-five-year-old woman was in a car when another vehicle rammed hers and a masked attacker emerged.

7 Nov 2019 - 11:21PM

Fifty-five-year-old woman was in a car when another vehicle rammed hers and a masked attacker emerged.

Wife of man who sparked Hong Kong’s largest financial probe in decades injured in knife attack in Tai Po
Blood spilled over political differences in Hong Kong, with six hurt as knife-wielding man attacks family after argument

Four injured by attacker – who is in turn savaged by an angry crowd – after argument over political issues. Another man is hurt while protecting suspect.

4 Nov 2019 - 3:10PM

Four injured by attacker – who is in turn savaged by an angry crowd – after argument over political issues. Another man is hurt while protecting suspect.

Blood spilled over political differences in Hong Kong, with six hurt as knife-wielding man attacks family after argument
Hong Kong’s protest-hit banks allowed to keep protective covers, despite taking up public land

Supporters of the anti-government movement lodged a series of complaints about the fortifications, put up by banks and businesses attacked by demonstrators. Lands Department orders their removal, before suspending its action in light of the sites’ security needs.

31 Oct 2019 - 1:21PM

Supporters of the anti-government movement lodged a series of complaints about the fortifications, put up by banks and businesses attacked by demonstrators. Lands Department orders their removal, before suspending its action in light of the sites’ security needs.

Hong Kong’s protest-hit banks allowed to keep protective covers, despite taking up public land
Hong Kong protests: no evidence patients’ data was leaked to police by hospital where demonstrators were arrested, probe finds

But labels with the personal information of patients at Queen Elizabeth Hospital could be passed to police officers upon request, the investigation found.

30 Oct 2019 - 10:57AM

But labels with the personal information of patients at Queen Elizabeth Hospital could be passed to police officers upon request, the investigation found.

Hong Kong protests: no evidence  patients’ data was leaked to police by hospital where demonstrators were arrested, probe finds
Tear gas fired in Tuen Mun as Hong Kong protesters and police clash over earlier mysterious smell leading to accusations force was testing chemicals

Two people were reportedly sent to hospital for inhaling the unknown gas in the area, but the force has denied allegations it was testing chemicals.

29 Oct 2019 - 8:45AM

Two people were reportedly sent to hospital for inhaling the unknown gas in the area, but the force has denied allegations it was testing chemicals.

Tear gas fired in Tuen Mun as Hong Kong protesters and police clash over earlier mysterious smell leading to accusations force was testing chemicals
Hong Kong police admit adopting more aggressive tactics in bid to quell rising violence as tensions grow between officers and journalists

Police briefing disrupted as journalist accuses officers of ripping reporters’ masks off. Force addresses issues of identification on both sides, saying it is hard to tell genuine members of the media from impostors.

29 Oct 2019 - 9:24AM

Police briefing disrupted as journalist accuses officers of ripping reporters’ masks off. Force addresses issues of identification on both sides, saying it is hard to tell genuine members of the media from impostors.

Hong Kong police admit adopting more aggressive tactics in bid to quell rising violence as tensions grow between officers and journalists
Hong Kong police hunt for self-proclaimed radical anti-government group trying to use extortion to fund protest movement with cryptocurrency

Group claiming to be a democratic alliance threatens to ransack shops it considers ‘pro-communist’ unless paid off in bitcoin.

12 Oct 2019 - 6:01PM

Group claiming to be a democratic alliance threatens to ransack shops it considers ‘pro-communist’ unless paid off in bitcoin.

Hong Kong police hunt for self-proclaimed radical anti-government group trying to use extortion to fund protest movement with cryptocurrency
Rampaging Hong Kong protesters bring large parts of city to standstill, destroying property after anti-mask law announced

They trashed and burned shops, bank outlets and metro stations, forced the closure of the city’s entire railway network and blocked roads, wearing masks in defiance of the new law.

5 Oct 2019 - 8:10AM

They trashed and burned shops, bank outlets and metro stations, forced the closure of the city’s entire railway network and blocked roads, wearing masks in defiance of the new law.

Rampaging Hong Kong protesters bring large parts of city to standstill, destroying property after anti-mask law announced
Tear gas and pepper spray in Tai Koo as anti-government protesters hold rallies across Hong Kong in protest to reports of law banning face masks

Rallies in 11 sites and major shopping centres followed reports the government was to decide whether to invoke the emergency law.

4 Oct 2019 - 6:57AM

Rallies in 11 sites and major shopping centres followed reports the government was to decide whether to invoke the emergency law.

Tear gas and pepper spray in Tai Koo as anti-government protesters hold rallies across Hong Kong in protest to reports of law banning face masks
Hong Kong kindergarten denies allegation under police investigation that child was assaulted by teacher, who held ‘protest role play’ in class

Police investigating mother’s complaint daughter struck several times by teacher at Tsing Yi Trade Association Tseung Kwan O Kindergarten.

3 Oct 2019 - 6:19PM

Police investigating mother’s complaint daughter struck several times by teacher at Tsing Yi Trade Association Tseung Kwan O Kindergarten.

Hong Kong kindergarten denies allegation under police investigation that child was assaulted by teacher, who held ‘protest role play’ in class
Hong Kong health chiefs urge breast implant patients to get regular check-up after Australia raises cancer fears

Some breast implants have been linked to increasing risk of a rare cancer, prompting doctors to urge patients to be alert to unusual growth or pain.

1 Oct 2019 - 9:59PM

Some breast implants have been linked to increasing risk of a rare cancer, prompting doctors to urge patients to be alert to unusual growth or pain.

Hong Kong health chiefs urge breast implant patients to get regular check-up after Australia raises cancer fears
Hong Kong firefighters rescue woman as they battle blaze in North Point building

Emergency teams respond to case at Fortuna Building on Kam Ping Street – with fire under control by around 5.30pm.

1 Oct 2019 - 12:24AM

Emergency teams respond to case at Fortuna Building on Kam Ping Street – with fire under control by around 5.30pm.

Hong Kong firefighters rescue woman as they battle blaze in North Point building
Hong Kong’s domestic helpers set to get a 2.4 per cent pay rise

More than 390,000 domestic helpers will enjoy a 2.4 per cent pay rise to HK$4,630 per month and it will apply to all contracts signed on or after September 27.

28 Sep 2019 - 5:25AM

More than 390,000 domestic helpers will enjoy a 2.4 per cent pay rise to HK$4,630 per month and it will apply to all contracts signed on or after September 27.

Hong Kong’s domestic helpers set to get a 2.4 per cent pay rise
Hong Kong customs seizes nearly HK$24 million worth of cocaine from two flight crew members in largest haul of its kind over past decade

Haul is the largest of its kind by the Customs and Excise Department, which is conducting an operation to combat trafficking through airport channels.

26 Sep 2019 - 7:00AM

Haul is the largest of its kind by the Customs and Excise Department, which is conducting an operation to combat trafficking through airport channels.

Hong Kong customs seizes nearly HK$24 million worth of cocaine from two flight crew members in largest haul of its kind over past decade
Sha Tin MTR station closed after angry crowd vandalises facilities over detainment of turnstile jumper

Residents and commuters confront staff over the detention of a man suspected to have jumped the turnstiles.

26 Sep 2019 - 12:31AM

Residents and commuters confront staff over the detention of a man suspected to have jumped the turnstiles.

Sha Tin MTR station closed after angry crowd vandalises facilities over detainment of turnstile jumper