More space for leashed dogs from June 13, when they will be allowed in 54 new inclusive parks.
Driver at first trapped in car but later managed to climb out, police say.
Commissioner for Transport says as drivers become used to system, vehicles will move faster through tunnel.
Luxury watches, handbags, diamond and gold jewellery, and cash estimated to be worth HK$5 million were stolen from the first house.
Culture minister Kevin Yeung says removing potentially problematic books from shelves before reviewing them is common practice.
HKMAO’s Xia Baolong to visit casino hub more than a month after fact-finding mission in Hong Kong.
Mentors belong to government scheme aimed at helping children improve communication, widen social networks and understand need for career planning.
Change would close gap in current legislation, as city has no dedicated law to regulate operation of vessels while under influence.
‘After discussion, the board came to the conclusion that the punishment for the association should be relevant to the severity of the incident,’ top sports body says.
Free airline tickets from United States and Canada to Hong Kong up for grabs among registered Cathay members over 18 years old.
‘So far, we consider recruitment standards for inspectors and customs officers to be relevant and suitable,’ Hong Kong Customs College commandant says.
With only 88 elected councillors from 44 constituencies, ‘campaigning and representation will be affected’.
John Lee speaks out a day after Chinese-language newspaper Ming Pao drops controversial cartoonist Zunzi after 40 years.
One-hour closed-door seminar marks first time Beijing’s top diplomat in Hong Kong has formally addressed city’s lawmakers.
New three-tier warning system relies on heat index that consults data on relative humidity, intensity of sunlight, temperature and hospitalisation rate.
Chief Executive John Lee says he welcomes foreign officials to city, including UK trade minister.
Unionists question whether system will truly protect workers since it will not be mandatory for bosses to follow and therefore difficult to enforce.
Financial Secretary Paul Chan expects stronger performance in 2023, saying economy set to improve compared with last year.
Tik Chi-yuen points to section in proposal indicating councillors must complete jobs assigned by the government, including promoting policies.
The amber warning was at one point raised to red as strong winds and rain whipped the city.
Secretary for Justice Paul Lam says recently announced reform aimed at ensuring district councils ‘fully and accurately implement’ intent of Basic Law.
Government says it received 7,800 responses via various channels, including exhibitions, online forms and emails, with close to 60 per cent expressing support.
Our Hong Kong Foundation says average wait to rent public housing could drop from 6.1 to 4.6 years by 2027 if plan to build new temporary units finishes on time.
Financial Secretary Paul Chan points to flurry of business delegations from mainland China and overseas, says Greater Bay Area positioning top of mind for visiting parties.
City leader John Lee also points to ‘harmonious atmosphere’ between Hong Kong officials and legislators throughout four-day visit to Greater Bay Area.
Chief Executive John Lee’s comments come after visit to Dongguan logistics park on third of four-day trip with delegation to Greater Bay Area.
Lawmakers take test ride of Shenzhen-based BYD’s Skyshuttle, with Hong Kong leader saying he is open to reviewing mass transit system in Kowloon East.
Delegation to visit four Greater Bay Area cities to deepen trust and consensus about future development, and strengthen collaboration.
Undersecretary for Financial Services and the Treasury Joseph Chan says government in process of finalising details of scheme set to launch later this year.
Chief Executive John Lee says residents ‘must not become slack in the face of hostile and destructive forces’ as Xia Baolong wraps up six-day tour.