Company CEO calls the project part of a ‘great circular economy’, suggests future expansion to tackle city landfills.
Chief writer Chris Yeung says decision to close news outlet was based on fears they may have unwittingly broken laws they do not understand.
Cluster of the highly transmissible coronavirus variant now comprises five confirmed cases and a preliminary-positive infection.
Health secretary Sophia Chan warns city is at ‘tipping point’, urges residents to get vaccinated with boosters.
But government pandemic adviser suggests three-day hotel requirement does not go far enough as city attempts to keep new Omicron variant out.
Findings from a Hong Kong-led study show ammonia gas emissions from agricultural sector have increased more than 60 per cent as a result of rising meat consumption, and can cause health issues when inhaled into the lungs.
Goji Studios had eight outlets before its Whampoa branch became the first to close amid the Covid-19 pandemic in September 2020; it was unable to strike a deal on rent with its remaining landlords.
Their overall destructive power could double by the end of the century in the worst-case climate change scenario, according to the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s findings.
Health minister Sophia Chan says authorities are ready to tighten measures, including testing, quarantine and social distancing, if fifth wave of local infections hits.
City University lab study finds masks in ocean could take up to 1,000 years to decompose.
Watchdog uncovers more than 167,000 unlicensed dogs over past decade, tells Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department to step up supervision of pet owners.
The city’s targets for reducing emissions fall short of what is recommended to ensure global temperatures rise no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, according to an NGO.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data says the doxxing was related to a monetary dispute between the suspect and the alleged victim.
Video used as part of commemoration event included footage of Japanese soldiers burying civilians alive and shooting others in the head.
But inoculation remains only effective way to protect against Covid-19, researchers say, urging elderly and other high-risk groups to get booster shots.
New health code will hit pause on cross-border travel for those living near site of infection, but how wide a geographical area will be covered has yet to be decided.
‘Eat Without Waste’ report by ADM Capital Foundation shows a total of 3.9 billion single-use takeaway containers were sent to landfills in 2019, with figure expected to rise to 4.2 billion by 2030.
At one facility backed by HK$470 million in funding, professors are combining an MRI machine, CT-scanners and robotic arms to assist in surgeries
‘God Su’, the first Asian-born athlete to run the 100 metres in under 10 seconds, says Hong Kong’s William So is the ‘true god’ of the track.
September had 15 ‘very hot days’ this year, the most yet recorded, while November experienced 230 hours of sunshine, 35 per cent more than the norm.
Observatory says city is coming under influence of intense northeast monsoon.
Food delivery giant, among city’s big three, says it will be wrapping up operations due to slower-than-expected growth.
Health officials say all countries with reported infections of the new variant will be moved to highest-risk tier for entry.
Government adviser David Hui says quarantine hotels should step up their efforts to prevent cross infections, while infectious disease expert Leung Chi-chiu says the government should discourage travel.
With the latest tariff rises, Hong Kong was spared the double-digit increases other major cities have suffered as fuel prices soar, but that grace period is coming to an end, analysts say.
Environment minister Wong Kam-sing says international fuel prices have increased sharply and cities have had to increase power tariffs.
Ten speedboats and another 57 engines discovered in 100,000 sq ft Tuen Mun warehouse, marking biggest such bust in city history.
Cold front forecast to move across the Guangdong coast, with mercury expected to fall to 17 degrees Celsius.
Authorities attribute the increase to the pandemic, with a weaker economy creating more stress at home, and children spending less time at school.
Kao laid the groundwork for the development of modern communications with his seminal work on fibre optics in the 1960s.