Establishment-leaning Education Professional Alliance says it will represent different voices in its subsector, but insists opposition supporters welcome to join.
Machine learning and real-time data on passenger flows and outdoor temperatures will allow for smarter, faster adjustments.
Three-day Hong Kong Brands and Products Shopping Festival offers discounts of up to 90 per cent to attract visitors ‘itching to spend’.
All eating and drinking will be forbidden inside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre as an anti-pandemic measure.
Police say trend is down to more people staying home and going online amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Shoppers splurge on Rolex watches, electronics, gadgets and eating out as digital vouchers spending kick off.
Thousands of slots are available daily without booking – from Thursday – for over 70s, in scheme to encourage more older people to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
Ivan Wong will succeed Commissioner for Tourism Joe Wong, who was seconded from the government to serve as interim chief in May.
Some hotel and guest house operators complain that offering longer leases is difficult when many must renew their licences annually
Hundreds attend ‘Go Hong Kong Team’ event at West Kowloon Cultural District’s Art Park.
Newspaper says someone impersonated a reporter to get front row seats to event featuring city’s hottest stars of the moment.
Avid followers queued for up to 24 hours, camped outside overnight to secure prime viewing spots for the Canto-pop stars’ shopping centre appearance.
Travel plans of students overseas hoping to finally get home to Hong Kong thrown into disarray over decision to mothball the lifting of Covid-19 flight bans.
Ching Chun-ho makes his parents and teachers proud by scoring 18 marks for six subjects despite requiring extra time to finish each paper.
Jabs only recognised if received in city, mainland China or countries identified by the WHO – a category that does not include the Philippines or Indonesia.
The lobster is harvested using traps that are also entangling the North Atlantic right whale, WWF-Hong Kong says.
Form Five pair at ELCHK Yuen Long Lutheran Secondary School reportedly given demerits over performance of Dear Jane’s track, Galactic Repairman. One also said to have ended by shouting 2019 protest slogan, Hongkongers, add oil!
Of the 130 students in the city who got top marks in this year’s International Baccalaureate exams, 21 so far have said they plan to study at home. Others are heading overseas to study politics, history and international relations.
After the family made a public appeal for donors, a number of residents stepped forward, but his improving condition means he no longer needs an organ transfer.
Five trucks still running say business has picked up, Hongkongers have begun supporting them.
The new screen uses panels that appear seamless and offer better colour and definition. HK$30 million facelift also brings improved audio and projection systems.
Findings are part of Chinese University survey done in 19 countries on carers, with 269 of them from city.
‘Core issue’ behind Thursday arrests of five of the tabloid’s senior executives was articles calling for sanctions on the city or central government, Ronny Tong says; newsstands, meanwhile, report brisk sales of Friday edition.
Handful of children visit vaccination centres around city, with about 10 getting BioNTech shot in Prince Edward. Medical source says Hong Kong expecting one new imported infection.
Government must work to retain talent arriving from the mainland which is increasingly highly educated and well paid, researchers say.
Organisers say this year's turnout exceeds 2012 and 2014, but police estimate crowd was 37,000 at most.
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