Annual insurance premiums have risen from HK$27,000 two years ago to HK$55,000, industry leader says.
Three years into experiment, some of the Kwai Tsing facility’s classes attract just a single person while many fail to meet minimum enrolment thresholds.
Tenants will struggle with electricity tariff increase, says member of Kwai Chung Subdivided Flat Residents Alliance.
Pubs still hedging bets on whether the tournament will prove a money-spinner for the trade.
Ronnie Wong, honorary secretary general of the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, rejects apology and explanation from organisers.
Consumer Council handles 67 complaints about redemption of products and services using online services, up from 18 in the same period last year.
Watchdog says it detected carcinogen glycidol in 14 samples and excessive amounts of contaminant 3-MCPD in three products.
Major food delivery services say demand will not let up as restaurant restrictions continue to be eased.
Company operations director Tony Lee says initial investigation found fence, located by side of track, had come loose and was struck by train.
Workers at Chai Wan MTR station discover escalator’s comb plates and steps damaged.
Relaxation of rules for visitors ‘important step’ for struggling tourism industry, business leaders say.
Bidding for 175 wet goods stalls begins, with three-by-four-metre stall attracting highest bid of HK$56,000.
Food and grocery delivery platform stands firm despite string of strikes by unhappy couriers who claim they now earn less.
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.
Caritas Family Support Centre has recorded 25.5 scam cases a month on average recently, and says blaming the victims only makes matters worse.
Entertainment tycoon Allan Zeman offers reassurances that lessons were learned after 21 revellers died and 63 were injured in neighbourhood in 1993.
Covid-19 restrictions will be relaxed for participants of Hong Kong FinTech Week, according to organisers.
The highlight of Hong Kong’s fintech event next week is expected to be a relaxation of cryptocurrency investment rules, which are seen as less friendly than more progressive rules in Singapore.
Almost 50 applications from experts in universities, scientific research institutions and enterprises have been received, Hong Kong government official reveals.
Authorities will launch a public consultation exercise in two months before getting a better idea of estimated budgets and project timelines.
Rainbow Families in Hong Kong among groups behind city’s largest annual event celebrating LGBTQ community.
Coronavirus restrictions and high cost of living make young professionals think twice about staying in Hong Kong.
Candidates for the cash will be evaluated in areas such as capital investment, job creation, investment returns and strategic importance to city.
Chief Executive John Lee says government will introduce new set-ups and measures to drive city’s economic growth and enhance its competitiveness.
Pandemic spurs demand for robots that help record temperature, connect residents with family members.
A band’s lead singer says income lost at a stroke after Covid-19 live performance ban was enforced.
Simulation chamber created by Chain Technology Development among innovations featured at launch of four-day International ICT Expo.
Members of several academic institutions confirm colleagues and students are interested in signing up for rigorous screening process for payload specialist roles.