Police also reveal online one-stop platform where travellers and tour groups can apply for permits to visit previously closed off Sha Tau Kok border town.
‘I have to stop. If not, I may get addicted to it,’ says Sherra Ho, 66, after taking part in a Cantonese opera ‘battle’ with help of technology at Gerotech and Innovation Expo.
‘We call on the Hong Kong government to allow some private cars to use hydrogen energy during the trial phase,’ Sinopec general manager says.
Forecaster records temperatures of around 15 degrees in urban areas, with mercury dipping even further in New Territories.
US commission report published ahead of high-profile Xi-Biden meeting in San Francisco.
Studiodanz and Engineering Impact plead guilty to total of nine charges arising from incidents at Hong Kong Coliseum on July 25 and 28 last year.
John Lee welcomes rare discussion between HKMAO head Xia Baolong and leadership delegation from Swire Group.
Competition Commission says it is taking legal action against Midland Realty Holdings and two subsidiaries.
Monsoon will bring ‘fine and very dry’ weather as temperatures will continue to drop, Observatory says.
Chinese University study finds most of life expectancy gained between 2007 and 2020 spent with disabilities, and proportion spent in good health substantially lower in older women than in older men.
‘An excellent opportunity,’ says climate change commissioner Wong Chuen-fai, describing city’s return to annual UN summit after years-long break.
Firefighters freed the four workers with pair who sustained serious injuries rushed to hospital.
Labour secretary Chris Sun says ‘enormous’ pressure on housing for residents means no accommodation provisions for talent-scheme incomers.
Conservation department has shortlisted Pinewood Battery in Lung Fu Shan Country Park and Shing Mun Redoubt for museum.
MTR Corp says it carried out deep cleaning on Airport Express train after passenger’s report of what was claimed to be bedbug, but no similar insects found.
About 4,790 trees have been downed or severely damaged this year, with ‘brittle’ bauhinia being the most affected.
Police receive complaint alleging 14-year-old female student from secondary school in Tin Shui Wai sexually harassed during visit to mainland in April, force spokesman says.
Home affairs chief Alice Mak defends revamped district council system after opposition hopefuls, some pro-establishment parties fail to secure any backing.
Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office condemns US bipartisan proposal to sanction city officials and says such actions will inspire greater unity among society.
Secretary for Development Bernadette Linn assures public any relaxation of rules will not mean halt in pursuing people suspected of major building law breaches.
Changes include cutting council from 55 members to 34, lowering its proportion of academic councillors and increasing voting threshold for approving president.
The 345-by-55 metre terminal could supply power to1.5 million three-member households for two months, project director Daman Lee says.
Secretary for Health Lo Chung-mau says new regulatory rules will allow foreign medical innovators to bring products to Hong Kong for trials.
NGO chairman Plato Yip says city’s regional strengths give it ‘formidable edge in becoming a global epicentre for green finance’.
Public broadcaster RTHK also required to expand channel coverage to relay more programmes from state media China Media Group.
Big data and artificial intelligence to be mobilised by government to improve responses to natural disasters and climate change.
Unauthorised party made ‘countless attempts’ to guess registered email addresses of account holders and ‘by chance’ found 7,249, department says.
Authority said paperweights, sold about six years ago, also contained pebbles, which reduced the amount of shredded cash inside.
Board says such land-use zoning provides flexibility for possible outcomes from judicial review related to controversial public housing plan.
City leader John Lee asks housing minister to assess potential impact on projects involving Aggressive Construction Company.