Employees polled in the city say relationship with colleagues more important than salary in determining job satisfaction
Australia’s dollar is coasting downward as China devalues the yuan, a situation Canberra hopes can translate into more of dollars coming in from Hong Kong.
Police raided the Hong Kong office of online car-hire giant Uber and arrested five drivers on Tuesday in a crackdown on unlicensed transport services.
Sandwiches were sold across wide range of outlets in city, yet lab findings indicate common source Salmonella food poisoning
Four water samples taken from flats in phases one and two of Wah Fu Estate in Pok Fu Lam contained the heavy metal nickel at well above the World Health Organisation standard.
Public Opinion Programme found rating of four out of five core social indicators had slumped, with degree of freedom dipping the most
The competition between political parties rushing to test for tainted tap water descended into another fight yesterday in the run-up to the district council elections in November.
A Cathay Pacific relief flight flew to Alaska to pick up 276 passengers and 18 crew members and continue their journey to Los Angeles after their original airliner was forced to make an emergency landing.
The real estate agents' watchdog will step up the monitoring of agents' practices as more first-hand residential flats are rolled out later this year.
Blood samples of 40 residents, including an infant, from two public housing estates that were hit by the tainted water scare were found to contain "slightly higher than normal" amounts of lead, the government announced yesterday.