Justice department had taken case to higher courts in rarely seen all-out effort to block an overseas lawyer from joining local trial.
Audit Commission also calls on transport authorities to shorten queues for driving tests in report on city’s licensing service for motorists.
Starry Lee from Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong cites coming midterm review.
In the wake of the debacle, Asia Rugby, the regional governing body for the sport, has promised to take the lead in providing the correct anthems to its 36 member unions.
‘Finally things are returning to normal and artists are coming back to Hong Kong,’ 25-year-old fan says at AsiaWorld-Expo event.
Labour chief Chris Sun points to shortage of about 1,600 care workers in government-funded homes and a ‘tight manpower situation’ in private ones.
Hospital Authority head Tony Ko also notes many elderly patients suffering from long Covid are seeking treatment, as he urges senior residents to get vaccinated
Hong Kong’s pandemic restrictions were eased too late for overseas fans who might have come for shows.
Company operations director Tony Lee says initial investigation found fence, located by side of track, had come loose and was struck by train.
Fifth wave of Covid-19 pandemic was responsible for drop in arrests, says Superintendent Theodora Lee.
Regional rival Singapore earlier revised its GDP forecast for this year to 3-4 per cent.
Inbound travellers subject to government’s ‘0+3’ entry scheme will be allowed to visit venues offering mask-on activities from November 17.
Yu Tung-ching and Au Pui-yan achieve top scores of 5** in seven subjects following successful appeals to upgrade their marks.
Fancy dress order of the day as fans celebrate rugby and the loosening of Covid-19 restrictions.
Special arrangements made at Hong Kong Stadium for four South African travellers after they completed three days of medical surveillance.
Showpiece international sporting event welcomed by a city eager to restore its reputation.
Tournament gets off to slow start, but crowds and atmosphere builds up as night falls.
Concession holders and restaurateurs predict good sales, despite lower numbers at Hong Kong Stadium than usual.
After three years of cancellations, fans are ready for three days of great rugby and plenty of fun.
Treasury minister Christopher Hui reveals Hong Kong FinTech Week is set to draw more than 12,000 attendees, down from earlier estimate of about 20,000.
Hong Kong Rugby Union says it is ‘thrilled’ by number of sales, with organisers to also host 6,000 school students on first day.
Draft amendments to teachers’ code of conduct also throws lifeline to teachers to re-register after disqualification
Four samples of soil taken from Sham Shui Po building site found to have traces of bacterium that causes melioidosis.
Injured passengers all discharged from hospital, authorities say
Special office to create incentives to attract talent to city to be announced by Chief Executive John Lee on Wednesday, sources say.
Education Bureau guidelines state that restraints used on students cannot affect their breathing.
Aircrew on layovers no longer have to be confined to hotel rooms, but told to avoid mask-off activities, crowded places.
Ray Chui, chairman of catering group the Institute of Dining Art, says industry enjoying a more than 10 per cent bump in business.
Chief Executive John Lee addresses guests at Saturday reception as part of celebrations for the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.