Force arrests woman, 43, in connection with reports of in-flight credit card thefts between late September and early October after purchases traced to her store in Yau Ma Tei.
Police say they have classified case as suicide while they continued to investigate.
Elderly man was transferred from ophthalmology ward to intensive care unit, where it was discovered valve on his oxygen cylinder had not been opened.
Beijing warns US to ‘step back from edge of cliff’ over what is says is clear interference in Hong Kong and mainland Chinese internal affairs.
University has yet to add safeguarding national security to its tender documents and contracts, commission report says.
City leader John Lee says regulator powers may be bolstered, after watchdog explains it cannot close Hounax platform at centre of alleged HK$148 million scam.
While many are struggling to find same type of jobs and social circle they previously enjoyed, they say their lives have changed in ways too important to give up.
Faster Payment System will issue automatic alert to anyone attempting to transfer money to a police Scameter ‘high-risk’ account from Sunday.
City leader John Lee says overhaul of municipal bodies will help the government better understand people’s needs, calls on civil servants to lead by example and vote.
Chief executive tells Fight Crime Conference that violence seen during the months-long protests in 2019 could return at any time.
Vessel arrives at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 2,700 guests on board and will use city as one of its two home ports, alongside Singapore, from November to March.
Secretary for Development Bernadette Linn moves to allay fears that construction workers in hostel accommodation will have movements restricted.
US-sanctioned John Lee says Paul Chan will also emphasise Hong Kong’s common law system under ‘one country, two systems’ governing principle.
Forum’s organiser Timothy Tong is “quite confident” the Laureate Forum will lure more talented scientists to Hong Kong.
Travellers heading to South Korea from Hong Kong’s airport detail strategies for dealing with bedbug outbreak, with many shaking off worries about pest infestations.
Financial Secretary Paul Chan toasts generosity of corporate donor and wider community who have backed fundraising drive by SCMP and public broadcaster RTHK.
Hong Kong Forum on US-China Relations to feature remarks by ambassadors of both countries, ex-Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad and two Nobel laureates.
Taxi industry veterans urge government to toughen up on illegal ride-hailing services after authorities back lawmaker’s proposal to increase penalties.
During his four-day trip to city, Andras Arato sampled local delicacies such as chicken feet and dim sum.
Hongkongers heading north say crossing is more convenient after mainland authorities scrap mandatory health declaration introduced during Covid-19 pandemic.
Lam says Beijing-imposed 2020 national security legislation made clear a Hong Kong version was needed ‘the faster, the better’.
Programme to focus on commonly used data, such as personal health records, banking details and business customer information.
Detained activist Owen Chow had complained that prison authorities were stopping him from receiving books, social media post says.
Finance chief assures stakeholders that government has no plans to raise salary and profits taxes, expresses confidence in efforts to bring in companies to boost revenue.
City leader says struggling candidates in first district council poll since overhaul should self-reflect, after some contenders report uphill battle.
Opposition bloc candidate Kwok Wai-shing says efforts are likely to be no match for larger political parties that have access to more funding and volunteers.
Preliminary investigation shows he wore school uniform to enter campus and hide in toilet, before fleeing the scene when pupil found him in stalls, force says.
Wild pig caught around 11.30am and later killed after evading capture for about two hours at Yuen Ngai Street in Mong Kok.
Hong Kong pay increases this year ranged from 3.2 to 3.8 per cent, higher than Macau at between 1.9 and 2.7 per cent, but financial hub also had high staff turnover.
Opposition hopefuls say they have yet to win support from members, while pro-establishment parties say backing for nearly 170 representatives is strong as city gears up for first revamped district council poll.