Electric vehicle battery maker will set up centre focusing on patents and expansion of international business.
Websites HongKongDAO and BitCuped placed on alert list after they were suspected of spreading false information, the SFC says.
British Home Secretary James Cleverly announces goal to achieve ‘biggest ever’ decrease in net migration by raising salary requirements and restricting dependants.
Temperature set to fall to 15 degrees Celsius or below in several districts, forecaster says.
They also seized 12 e-bicycles, nine e-scooters and one electric hoverboard in second such operation in fortnight.
Science Museum and Museum of History to showcase two-part China Manned Space Exhibition.
Existing reward structure for restoring power may offset effects of new penalty, lawmaker Edward Leung Hei says.
Lawmaker Ben Chan welcomes move by private sector, but urges government to do more to improve connectivity on island.
Growth driven by improvement in trade with mainland China and US, with total value of goods sold abroad reaching HK$379.9 billion last month.
Wedding banquets remain largest expense, surging by 15 per cent to HK$170,866 compared with last year, according to ESDlife survey.
Victims pay for tickets or travel packages by transferring money to personal bank account but do not receive booking confirmation and cannot contact seller again.
Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association says pilots will need to fly more to achieve the rise offered because they are paid by the hour.
High-end Japanese restaurants, which thrived during pandemic as people could not travel, are closing.
Police say scammers deceived customers buying other products by urging them to download Android app for placing orders which allowed them to control users’ phones.
Hong Kong Talent Engage office director Anthony Lau says its role is to reach out to different parts of the world to identify candidates and help them apply to schemes.
Chris Tang dismisses claims authorities building ‘five-star hotel’ for inmates, after criticism over HK$5.5 billion revamp of Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre.
Minibus driver, 75, arrested for dangerous driving causing death after vehicle hits woman in San Po Kong.
But business academic Terence Chong warns that Singles’ Day sales will not boost profits of retailers if people opt to buy from mainland Chinese merchants online.
Businesses say they have fewer customers than before and locals are cutting back on spending despite ‘Hong Kong Night Vibes’ campaign to boost evening economy.
Hong Kong should also continue improving its standing as an international financial centre, Chinese Vice-Premier He Lifeng says at investment summit.
Finance chief also says external factors, such as high interest rates and financial market performance, have constrained strength of rebound in local consumption.
Sun Dong, city’s secretary for innovation, technology and industry, says cross-border online portal part of drive towards digitalised government.
Hong Kong Tourism Board is collaborating with 400 restaurants and bars to unveil a follow-up event, ‘Hong Kong Wine and Dine – Taste Around Town’.
Chief Executive John Lee had earlier appealed to Washington to play fair and allow him to join the San Francisco event.
Physical office for ‘Hong Kong Talent Engage’ online platform was among initiatives announced by John Lee in policy address.
Police received two reports of individuals falling on tracks at platforms along East Rail line.
Forecast less upbeat than that of carrier, which last year said it aimed to hit pre-pandemic flight capacity by end of 2024.
City leader John Lee unveils New Industrialisation Acceleration Scheme, set to launch next year, as part of efforts to promote I&T sectors.
Government says 400 companies set up shop at Hong Kong Science Park over past 12 months, while 489 businesses chose hi-tech park Cyberport.
Accident occurred before noon during eight-lap run along Salisbury Road in Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hom Bypass.