Financial secretary says city continues to face economic headwinds, some from political interference, pointing to US.
Alleged assailant in fatal stabbings of two women at Plaza Hollywood mall to appear at Kwun Tong Court, police say.
Tourist numbers return to 40 per cent of pre-pandemic levels, with increase led by mainland Chinese and Southeast Asian visitors.
Rubber duck-themed artwork displayed at 18 MTR stations from Thursday.
Two giant yellow ducks being tested in dockyard in Tsing Yi before being towed to waters off Admiralty.
Culture, Sports and Tourism Bureau says it is ‘extremely shocked’ that such an incident has occurred in Hong Kong.
It is the theme park’s eighth year in a row without profits.
Widow Fung Wai-chu, 102, says she hopes to meet her three children living in mainland China face to face for first time since Covid-19 hit in 2020
Major delegation from Ningxia wine region uses Hong Kong trade fair to promote its products internationally.
Tourism figures from February to this month show 86 per cent of tour trips from mainland China lasted one to two days and 54 per cent cost less than 500 yuan.
Park’s chairman tells Post that attraction’s caretakers, facilities and track record put it in good position to welcome animals.
Consumer Council says about 75 per cent of 85 management firms in 249 development projects examined were linked to builders.
Hong Kong appears to have averted the worst of the inflation woes dragging down other major global cities.
Police in Victoria state say five killed near Strathmerton when another driver hit Nissan Navara, causing it to collide with oncoming milk tanker.
Etude to withdraw from Hong Kong on Monday, with retailer announcing farewell sale at last store in city.
Waiver intended to help drivers adapt to new system due to launch on May 7, operator says.
First suspect detained in Fanling in relation to case at airport, with ketamine found concealed in paintings in a consignment.
Transport Department warned of heavy traffic on section of highway, which reopened at 9.36am.
Police called in after man discovers possible Japanese grenade on Saturday morning on Wong Nai Chung Gap Road in Happy Valley.
Check-in services at aisles primarily serving city’s flagship carrier Cathay Pacific affected.
Luxury jewellery owned by film stars Brigitte Lin, Carina Lau, Elizabeth Taylor and Grace Kelly to feature in Hong Kong Palace Museum exhibition.
Police are also searching a landfill in Ta Kwu Ling for the missing body parts of Abby Choi, but in vain so far.
Body parts discovered in one of two large soup pots police found on Friday at village house in Tai Po.
Former husband of Abby Choi now focus of citywide manhunt, while ex-brother-in-law and former parents-in-laws arrested.
Carrier says it will first offer round-trip tickets to residents across Southeast Asia starting with Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines.
Bond scheme would ensure Hong Kong’s debt levels remain at a very safe level, says Financial Secretary Paul Chan.
News marks second time in a week shock waves from a quake on mainland felt in city.
Suspect grabbed officer’s neck so hard he apparently drew blood, acting superintendent says.
Cathay CEO Ronald Lam says strong performance in second half of 2022 was offset by significant deficits from associated companies.