Horrific murders at a shopping centre a reminder that while Hong Kong is a remarkably safe city, it lags woefully behind in psychiatric care.
Having left Hong Kong’s crowded, frenetic streets for rural Britain, Cliff Buddle felt like taking a city break. A recent trip to a rainy Venice, however, had him thinking wistfully of the Asian metropolis.
Latest Hong Kong tech innovation sends out signals from those in distress on the trails giving them every chance of being found.
Those who fail to report suspected cases face being charged with a criminal offence in proposals that require serious thought by Hong Kong authorities.
As city swelters and health alerts for outdoor workers and the vulnerable are issued, greater global effort in the climate change battle is called for.
Official investigation has been launched into potentially dangerous, apparently unauthorised, work at home in a city tower block
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Readers discuss the urgent need to address the anti-mainland sentiment in Hong Kong, the rumour mongering targeting organ donation, and effective use of the government’s open data portal.
Plan to allocate grant plots to multinationals will not be enough to spur growth, while past errors from previous hub projects must be avoided, according to experts.
A development in Foshan offers two-bedroom units to Hong Kong buyers for as little as US$124,000 amid growing cross-border Traffic on the high-speed railway from West Kowloon.
Dash camera clips show car on wrong sides of roads in Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok, as passers-by yell at driver to stop.
Wealth-X’s Billionaire Census found 29 per cent of globe’s 3,194 wealthiest people, whose collective net worth totals US$11.1 trillion, live in the same handful of metropolises in 2022 as they did during the last several years.
Eating isn’t cheating – Aperitivo is a considered a pre-dinner snack and sip designed to sharpen the appetite, today enjoyed by aesthetes across the globe
Financial secretary says city continues to face economic headwinds, some from political interference, pointing to US.
Singapore was one of the first nations to establish regulations for the industry, while Hong Kong’s proximity to China and traditional status as a financial hub could give it an edge.
Alleged assailant in fatal stabbings of two women at Plaza Hollywood mall to appear at Kwun Tong Court, police say.
Society for Community Organisation warns hot weather brings increased strain on low-income households.
Hong Kong’s virtual asset regulations effective this month are closely aligned with global standards, and some rules are even more stringent.
For a foreigner to have a mistress was common in 19th century Hong Kong, and many of these relationships played a part in moulding the city’s personality, an excerpt from Vaudine England’s latest book reveals.
Male worker collapses on scaffolding outside Chinese University building before being rushed to Prince of Wales Hospital where he is certified dead on arrival.
Police say another four people detained on suspicion of ‘disrupting social harmony’.
Four core League of Social Democrats members have personal accounts at several banks closed, as well as three business accounts at HSBC.
Workers in mall recount hiding in shops out of fear, including saleswoman at cosmetics retailer that victims visited before attack.
Source says neighbour complained to police that ‘man wearing pyjamas was standing outside his flat holding two knives’.
Footage of fatal stabbing of two women at shopping centre in Diamond Hill has gone viral online, prompting safety concerns among residents.
Readers discuss the need for balance between security and privacy in the police proposal, and the government’s move to make reporting of child abuse mandatory.
Chief Executive John Lee outlines follow-up measures to be taken by disciplined services, health and welfare officials.
Readers discuss the legality of the recording that led to the sacking of three flight attendants, and whether their punishment befits their offence.
Alibaba Cloud founder Wang Jian tells Hong Kong to ‘think outside the box’ and embrace uncertainty to unleash tech potential.
Couples, specialists say more resources are needed to cut waiting time for women to start treatments.