The Legislative Council's public accounts oversight body yesterday attacked the government over its inefficiency in removing illegal structures.
Asia Television's days might be numbered, but that hasn't stopped another potential investor from expressing an interest in taking over the beleaguered broadcaster.
A security guard left a gun at an ATM in Aberdeen on Sunday night, the second case in as many months.
Moderate pan-democrat Charles Mok said today he was open to meeting central government officials to discuss Hong Kong's political reform but dismissed speculation he was about to offer an olive branch.
Nineteen people were injured after an MTR light rail train and a double-decker bus collided in Tuen Mun yesterday, the second similar accident in three weeks.
With lyrics and music - instead of chants and speeches - amateur songwriters have lent their talent to the pro-democracy protests.
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, CY Leung, gave his second policy address today, with a focus on more housing along with measures to stamp out poverty. SCMP.com followed it live.