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Theft-aholic? Hong Kong 'professional' stole luxury handbags just six days after leaving jail
Chinese University of Hong Kong student attempted burglary to ease financial woes
Schoolboy hurled traffic cones into on-coming traffic during Occupy protests, Hong Kong court hears
Three Hong Kong protesters jailed for using metal barrier to charge doors of Legco building
Hong Kong police sergeant borrowed HK$129,000 from colleagues claiming he needed cash to cure his sister's cancer, court hears

A police sergeant borrowed loans of more than HK$129,000 from his subordinates, claiming he needed money to cure his sister’s cancer and support his daughter’s overseas studies, a court heard.

25 Aug 2015 - 10:27PM

A police sergeant borrowed loans of more than HK$129,000 from his subordinates, claiming he needed money to cure his sister’s cancer and support his daughter’s overseas studies, a court heard.

Hong Kong police sergeant borrowed HK$129,000 from colleagues claiming he needed cash to cure his sister's cancer, court hears
Hong Kong's disgraced former No 2 official Rafael Hui fined for failing to list details of earnings, property
War of words: retired Hong Kong security guard convicted of graffiti attacks on court buildings
Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence helps bright young students follow their dreams
Student protester jailed for obstructing Hong Kong policeman during attempt to revive Occupy Central protests

The founder of now-defunct Hong Kong activist group Student Front was jailed for three weeks for obstructing a police officer in a Christmas stunt last year.

20 Aug 2015 - 8:47PM

The founder of now-defunct Hong Kong activist group Student Front was jailed for three weeks for obstructing a police officer in a Christmas stunt last year.

Student protester jailed for obstructing Hong Kong policeman during attempt to revive Occupy Central protests
Pair who threw eggs at Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong in anti-Occupy Central protest fined HK$3,000 each

Two men were slapped with a HK$3,000 fine each at Kowloon City Court yesterday for throwing eggs at Scholarism convenor Joshua Wong Chi-fung outside the same court building last year.

18 Aug 2017 - 1:10PM

Two men were slapped with a HK$3,000 fine each at Kowloon City Court yesterday for throwing eggs at Scholarism convenor Joshua Wong Chi-fung outside the same court building last year.

Pair who threw eggs at Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong in anti-Occupy Central protest fined HK$3,000 each
Hong Kong retiree fined over assault on clerk who was filming protest
Australian retiree touched my buttocks, Cathay Pacific flight attendant tells Hong Kong court
Husband slashed man suspected of having affair with his wife from ear to chest, Hong Kong court hears

A painter and decorator slashed a man he suspected of having an affair with his wife, leaving a wound from his left ear all the way to his chest, a Hong Kong court heard.

17 Aug 2015 - 7:27PM

A painter and decorator slashed a man he suspected of having an affair with his wife, leaving a wound from his left ear all the way to his chest, a Hong Kong court heard.

Husband slashed man suspected of having affair with his wife from ear to chest, Hong Kong court hears
Carson Yeung freed on bail after Hong Kong court allows him to appeal dirty-money conviction

Convicted money launderer and former English Premier League soccer chairman Carson Yeung Ka-sing was freed from jail after Hong Kong’s top court granted him the right to challenge his conviction.

15 Aug 2015 - 2:38AM

Convicted money launderer and former English Premier League soccer chairman Carson Yeung Ka-sing was freed from jail after Hong Kong’s top court granted him the right to challenge his conviction.

Carson Yeung freed on bail after Hong Kong court allows him to appeal dirty-money conviction
British father of death jump girl, 15, charged with helping ‘de facto’ Filipino wife overstay in Hong Kong, court hears

A British insurance executive faced charges for the first time since his undocumented 15-year-old daughter jumped to her death from a luxury Repulse Bay flat in early April.

14 Aug 2015 - 2:23AM

A British insurance executive faced charges for the first time since his undocumented 15-year-old daughter jumped to her death from a luxury Repulse Bay flat in early April.

British father of death jump girl, 15, charged with helping ‘de facto’ Filipino wife overstay in Hong Kong, court hears
Missing nightclub hostess left love note for Hong Kong director boyfriend
Hong Kong judges deny would-be robbers’ request to appeal against their nearly decade-long sentences
Nina Wang estate tangles with another feng shui master, this time over fake relics in HK$402m loss
Spurned lover who looked up ex-boyfriend’s information on Hong Kong government computer system avoids jail

A Hong Kong Social Welfare Department clerk was put on probation for 15 months for accessing the personal information of her ex-boyfriend and his wife on a government computer system.

12 Aug 2015 - 9:06AM

A Hong Kong Social Welfare Department clerk was put on probation for 15 months for accessing the personal information of her ex-boyfriend and his wife on a government computer system.

Spurned lover who looked up ex-boyfriend’s information on Hong Kong government computer system avoids jail
Hong Kong man sentenced to almost three years in prison for trying to set policewoman ex-girlfriend on fire
Students vow not to storm next HKU meeting 'to avoid shifting focus from key appointment issue'
Hong Kong’s new RTHK chief lists ‘pressing tasks’ as he faces media glare minutes into the job

Hong Kong’s new director of broadcasting, Leung Ka-wing, is minutes into his new job today and already he is bombarded with questions from reporters at the Kowloon Tong headquarters of RTHK, the city’s public radio and television station.

8 Aug 2015 - 5:01AM

Hong Kong’s new director of broadcasting, Leung Ka-wing, is minutes into his new job today and already he is bombarded with questions from reporters at the Kowloon Tong headquarters of RTHK, the city’s public radio and television station.

Hong Kong’s new RTHK chief lists ‘pressing tasks’ as he faces media glare minutes into the job
Protester who threw water bottle at Hong Kong cop gets 80 hours of community service
Tsing Yi residents take step closer to setting up corporation to tackle disputed renovation fee
Retired Hong Kong wardens to challenge eviction from public housing in court
Hong Kong protester who crossed police barricade sentenced to 200 hours of community service
Occupy 'cyberattack' led to Hong Kong police website crash after site accessed more than 7,000 times in 24 minutes, court hears
Elderly bicycle repairman given HK$10 by neighbour walks free from Hong Kong court after illegal hawking charges dropped

An elderly man who repaired bicycles in his neighbourhood walked free from a Hong Kong court today after the prosecution dropped charges against him of illegal hawking and causing an obstruction in the street.

30 Jul 2015 - 3:01AM

An elderly man who repaired bicycles in his neighbourhood walked free from a Hong Kong court today after the prosecution dropped charges against him of illegal hawking and causing an obstruction in the street.

Elderly bicycle repairman given HK$10 by neighbour walks free from Hong Kong court after illegal hawking charges dropped
Hong Kong activist denies she was warned by police at Occupy protest
Top civil servant admits defrauding Hong Kong government of HK$4.2 million in rent scams

A senior official in Hong Kong’s Government Logistics Department admitted cheating the administration of about HK$4.2 million in monthly rental allowances and down-payment loans over a 10-year period.

4 Sep 2017 - 7:40PM

A senior official in Hong Kong’s Government Logistics Department admitted cheating the administration of about HK$4.2 million in monthly rental allowances and down-payment loans over a 10-year period.

Top civil servant admits defrauding Hong Kong government of HK$4.2 million in rent scams