Working group to review incident, make recommendations for improvements and support those affected, top executives say.
Assistant minister of foreign affairs Hua Chunying highlights city’s legal hub status at Asia-Pacific Week 2023 of the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
Tech hub, which did not disclose the hacking until last week after hacking came to light on social media, says data leakage took place on August 18.
Landlord of third property agrees to let Buildings Department officers inspect premises from Tuesday, after earlier denying them access.
Drainage Services Department sent 15 teams to deal with flooding in Tseung Kwan O and Sai Kung, acting director says.
‘There should be no problem for residents returning to work and school,’ says No 2 official Eric Chan amid ongoing restoration efforts following record-breaking rainstorm.
Competition Commission announces end to investigation after learning in July that airlines had scrapped plan to share revenues, as well as coordinate pricing and flights.
The 65-tonne tower crane crashed down on site offices on September 7, 2022, killing three workers and injuring six others.
City’s sole authorised gambling operator also announces record HK$35.9 billion has gone back into community over past financial year.
‘[We] aim to take the development of the Hetao cooperation zone to a new level,’ Shenzhen Mayor Qin Weizhong says.
Catering and wholesale lawmaker Peter Shiu says some employers have opted for ‘wait and see’ approach on new recruitment scheme for low-skilled, non-city workers.
Chairman Lo Kin-hei says an employee told party that venue had to close temporarily for repairs as some windows had been damaged by typhoon.
City leader John Lee joins event in Central commemorating end of eight-year campaign to repel Japanese invasion and city’s occupation during second world war.
Red paint used to deface door and Hong Kong bauhinia emblem at city’s London office and offensive language spray-painted on wall.
Track and intensity of storm still uncertain due to northeastern monsoon, forecaster says.
Lee promises better flow of innovation ideas between city and Shenzhen to ensure world class tech site is operational on time.
Financial Secretary Paul Chan says next generation of the internet, known as Web3, is not just for fun and games but also improving business operations, daily life and more.
Latest measures on imports from 10 areas in Japan will last indefinitely, with authorities insisting they have already taken a conservative stance.
Lands Department says sole tender submitted for Tsuen Wan pilot project was rejected as reserve price was not met.
North Point Government Primary School (Cloud View Road) in Wan Chai will cease operating Primary One to Primary Four classes from next year.
Former Hong Kong lawmaker Ted Hui says in Facebook post that he has been admitted as a lawyer by the Supreme Court of South Australia.
Chief Executive John Lee tells consultation session on his second policy address he will look at suggestions to boost birth rate; tourism and talent acquisition also priorities.
Provisional figures show 0.1 percentage point drop for latest three-month rolling period over previous one.
The number of births over past three years also 40 per cent lower than forecast in 2017.
HKU demographics expert says significant improvement in living conditions needed on top of talent drive.
Recent flooding in northern China claimed at least 62 lives, with roughly half of death toll reported in Beijing.
Some say it’s time for controversial vice-chancellor to go, but lawmakers deny targeting him personally.
Ministers, top government advisers declare investments, properties and affiliation with community groups under transparency regulations.
Starry Lee, who has been chairwoman of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong for eight years, announces decision not to seek re-election.
Three Beijing agencies congratulate city team’s record medal haul at World Police and Fire Games and slam protests over city’s participation