Hong Kong’s de facto central bank demands local lender Standard Chartered take measures to protect its customers and investigate cause of incident.
Proposal by authorities is part of bid to boost deterrence, with city leader earlier mentioning focus on environmental hygiene in maiden policy speech.
Constable So King-cho tells Coroner’s Court he has been taking sick leave on and off since hospital discharge on July 19 last year.
About one in three recorded crimes in the city this year are related to similar frauds, with some surging by 226 per cent.
Event wants to ‘inspire youngsters to develop an interest in science and innovation’, says advisory group convenor, Tsui Lap-chee.
Secretary for Labour and Welfare Chris Sun says he will ask the Minimum Wage Commission to look at the existing mechanism can be made more efficient.
Acting sports commissioner Paul Cheng adds that national associations, not athletes, will bear the brunt of any violations.
Home sales watchdog authority fails to meet time targets in 76 per cent of complaint investigations, Audit Commission says.
Pubs still hedging bets on whether the tournament will prove a money-spinner for the trade.
Relaxed rules mean increased numbers, but veteran fans of the turf say Sha Tin racecourse not yet back to normal.
Hong Kong Toilet Association warns most public toilets come up smelling of roses, but some are in dire condition.
In granting Bao Choy permission, High Court judge says defence brought up a point of law of great and general importance.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department will not accept Music Nation Productions’ application to hire its venues for concerts while investigations continue.
Investigation report raises questions about whether more registered professionals who inspected the installations should be held liable.
Report by interdepartmental task force says Mirror concert organisers failed to certify stage was safe.
Four of five suspects are from main stage contractor Engineering Impact Limited, while one is from subcontractor Hip Hing Loong.
Unionists want the law changed soon, but construction sector bosses feel targeted unfairly.
Tai Pak Floating Restaurant has been transferred to another operator at nominal consideration, company behind establishment says.
Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung says take-up rate ‘not ideal’ in light of low overall vaccination figures among city’s children aged under three years.
Hong Kong Shue Yan University will host a virtual exhibit that allows visitors to experience how late grandmaster Ip Man sparred with practice dummies.
New building will feature medical centre, language classes, bigger kitchen and library after five-year revamp.
Ampd Energy founder says he is delighted, humbled and grateful about his company being one of 15 finalists.
All Nalgae weather warnings cancelled by Observatory at 6.20am on Thursday, but weather still cloudy with showers.
The tropical storm had earlier brought the city’s first No 8 warning in November in 50 years.
Hosted by Hong Kong’s de facto central bank, gala dinner held at the M+ museum in the West Kowloon Cultural District overlooking Victoria Harbour.
More than half of Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit’s attendees flew in from overseas.
Cities are hosting their fintech events in the same week, with some industry players saying they will go to both.
Health authorities revealed last week four soil samples from building site at Pak Tin Estate in Sham Shui Po contained bacterium.
Nalgae – the Korean word for wings – is forecast to enter 800km radius of city by Sunday evening.
Secretary for Environment and Ecology Tse Chin-wan says authorities in talks with city’s two power companies, but details only available by early December.