Cathay spokesman says aim is to ‘facilitate Hong Kong residents living on mainland’ returning and actively participating in December 10 poll.
Police say bus was driving along Java Road in North Point before turning and crashing into entrance of Hong Kong Funeral Home.
Chief executive tells Fight Crime Conference that violence seen during the months-long protests in 2019 could return at any time.
John Lee welcomes rare discussion between HKMAO head Xia Baolong and leadership delegation from Swire Group.
Secretary for Security Chris Tang says increased number of flights from Pakistan and Bangladesh to China has triggered influx of illegal arrivals into city.
City leader John Lee says his administration will closely follow any announcements made by Beijing regarding commemoration arrangements for Li.
Expanded list of duties for Hong Kong and Macau Work Office signals Beijing’s determination to exercise its ‘comprehensive jurisdiction’ over city, observers say.
Veteran political figures Tam Yiu-chung and Lau Siu-kai pay tribute to former Chinese premier Li Keqiang, who died suddenly in Shanghai at the age of 68.
In a lengthy and wide-ranging policy address, Chief Executive John Lee also put the focus on greater integration with mainland China.
Critics say he has been making people unhappy with his governance, while backers argue he gets things done.
Respiratory expert David Hui from CUHK warns influenza season to peak between January and March, potentially overlapping with Covid outbreak.
Chief Executive John Lee says he is confident city’s top university can handle matter internally despite mounting public scrutiny.
Thousands of air arrivals stranded on Sunday night as express services into city centre suspended upon sudden No 9 storm alert.
HKU governing council is reviewing the president’s authority to extend post-retirement contracts of academics, sources say.
Five years into Xiang Zhang’s tenure as president, powerful positions still do not have permanent hires, while other top employees are taking on multiple roles.
University council members told in meeting that president Xiang Zhang will endorse Professor Wallace Lau for position, the Post has learned.
HKU vice-chancellor Xiang Zhang in statement hits out at ‘rumour-mongers’ and those he says are personally targeting him and school.
More than 430,000 people pack Victoria Harbour for spectacular 23-minute display celebrating National Day.
Secretary for Development Bernadette Linn warns scrutiny not limited to scandal-hit Redhill Peninsula, where a landslide exposed breaches at three luxury homes.
Government says road will reopen at 9pm for light vehicles following emergency repairs.
Police recover body of man reported missing after being washed away by floods amid record-breaking rainfall that struck city two nights ago.
Services returned to normal by around 2pm after railway staffers replaced three insulators.
Firefighters search for man washed away in Sha Tin, while another man’s body found in Sheung Wan, although authorities unable to say if he was victim of storm.
Government efforts seen to be in stark contrast with show of vigilance against Super Typhoon Saola a week earlier.
Police say driver might have knocked down colleague while reversing his vehicle.
Observatory cancels warning at 11.40 pm, as local winds continue to weaken.
Four men and six women were detained on suspicion of conspiracy to collude with foreign forces to endanger national security.
Operation against unscrupulous cabbies will continue for a few more days.
Reverend Yuen Tin-yau, former chairman of Hong Kong Christian Council, president of Methodist Church and campaigner for greater democracy, dies