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Baptist University students should go back to primary school - World News
Baptist University students should go back to primary school 3 hours ago
A group of angry students stormed the Baptist University language centre, then threatened and harassed its staff for more than eight hours. By now, you have probably seen a video clip, which has gone viral, showing how student union president Lau Tsz-kei
Hong Kong bookseller Gui Minhai ‘snatched’ by mainland Chinese authorities from train to Beijing -World News
Hong Kong bookseller Gui Minhai ‘snatched’ by mainland Chinese authorities from train to Beijing 7 hours ago
Hong Kong-based publisher Gui Minhai, one of the Causeway Bay booksellers whose disappearance two years ago caused an international storm, was snatched again by mainland Chinese authorities from a train heading for Beijing over the weekend, his daughter r
Hong Kong security minister to follow up and ‘keep an open mind’ on review of police work guidelines -World News
Hong Kong security minister to follow up and ‘keep an open mind’ on review of police work guidelines 8 hours ago
Hong Kong’s security minister acknowledged the difficulties faced by frontline officers on duty and promised to follow up on their concerns over the use of force after a meeting with police union members on Monday. Junior Police Officers’ Asso
Man who slashed money changer’s throat and fled to mainland found guilty of murder by Hong Kong court -World News
Man who slashed money changer’s throat and fled to mainland found guilty of murder by Hong Kong court 10 hours ago
A Hong Kong man who fatally slashed a money changer’s throat and fled to the mainland – resulting in a rare extradition so he could face charges in the city – was found guilty of murder on Monday. In a unanimous verdict, a jury of five m
Contact lenses invented in Hong Kong to correct child myopia will cost 40 per cent less than current treatment -World News
Contact lenses invented in Hong Kong to correct child myopia will cost 40 per cent less than current treatment 12 hours ago
A Hong Kong university whose researchers invented the first-ever day contact lenses to reduce short sightedness in children has partnered with a local start-up to produce the device, which will be 40 per cent cheaper than an existing myopia treatment. Pol
Deed for Teresa Cheng’s luxury HK$62 million Repulse Bay flat included illegal structures -World News
Deed for Teresa Cheng’s luxury HK$62 million Repulse Bay flat included illegal structures 13 hours ago
Evidence has been uncovered indicating that Hong Kong’s scandal-plagued justice minister Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah bought a HK$62 million (US$8 million) luxury flat in Repulse Bay even though the deed specified that there were illegal structures on the
Group of wild boar killed by Hong Kong hit-and-run driver -World News
Group of wild boar killed by Hong Kong hit-and-run driver 13 hours ago
Police are investigating a suspected hit-and-run that led to the death of five young wild pigs in a country park in Hong Kong late on Sunday night. The case came to light at 11.45pm on Sunday when the five wild boar were found by a passing motorist, lying
Hong Kong smog hits top of the health risk scale, thanks to haze and low winds -World News
Hong Kong smog hits top of the health risk scale, thanks to haze and low winds 14 hours ago
Air pollution in Hong Kong hit some of its worst levels on Monday, posing a serious risk to residents’ health for the second time in just five days. The Environmental Protection Department reported that smog levels at a monitoring station reached 10
What kind of parent are you? -World News
What kind of parent are you? 14 hours ago
My neighbour was screaming at his son again the other day. In fact, it’s a weekly ritual that takes place every weekend when he makes his son wash his car. I suspect it’s his way of making his son, who is slightly overweight, do a bit of exerc
Pressure mounts on Hong Kong justice chief Teresa Cheng as lawmakers urge her to come clean on illegal structures -World News
Pressure mounts on Hong Kong justice chief Teresa Cheng as lawmakers urge her to come clean on illegal structures 14 hours ago
Pressure is mounting for Hong Kong’s beleaguered justice minister to come clean on her properties as lawmakers across the political spectrum urged her to address the Legislative Council, after the government confirmed on Sunday night she had not one
Thieves cart away two safes with HK$120,000 as Hong Kong is hit by four burglary cases in one morning -World News
Thieves cart away two safes with HK$120,000 as Hong Kong is hit by four burglary cases in one morning 15 hours ago
Two safes containing about HK$120,000 cash were stolen on Monday from two restaurants in Hung Hom and North Point. They were among four burglary cases reported to police within a three-hour period in the morning. In the Hung Hom case, a safe with $100,000
Lounge users in line for upgraded service at Hong Kong airport as Cathay Pacific changes manager -World News
Lounge users in line for upgraded service at Hong Kong airport as Cathay Pacific changes manager 15 hours ago
Users of Cathay Pacific Airways’ Hong Kong airport lounges could be in line for a service and experience upgrade with the current much-criticised operator to be replaced by a French company. Travel experts cautiously welcomed the move to replace Pla
Arithmetic with Chinese characteristics, where the sum of the parts is greater than the whole -World News
Arithmetic with Chinese characteristics, where the sum of the parts is greater than the whole 16 hours ago
The Binhai New Area in the northern city of Tianjin – an economic zone that sparked talk of grand ambitions to create China’s answer to Manhattan from a riverside swamp – raised eyebrows this month when it announced that its GDP growth i
Hong Kong activist Edward Leung admits assaulting policeman during Mong Kok riot -World News
Hong Kong activist Edward Leung admits assaulting policeman during Mong Kok riot 17 hours ago
A high-profile Hong Kong political activist admitted in court on Monday that he assaulted a policeman during violent clashes in one of the city’s busiest districts in February 2016. Edward Leung Tin-kei admitted one count of assaulting a police offi
Shockingly low response rate to Hong Kong government public consultations revealed -World News
Shockingly low response rate to Hong Kong government public consultations revealed 17 hours ago
Some of the Hong Kong government’s policies were guided by literally “a couple of” views collected from the public during consultations, according to research by the South China Morning Post. Of the 25 consultations completed during last
Woman killed trying to save people thrown into sea in crash near Hong Kong waters -World News
Woman killed trying to save people thrown into sea in crash near Hong Kong waters 20 hours ago
A mainland woman died while apparently trying to save people thrown into the sea after a fishing boat hit a cargo vessel just outside Hong Kong waters on Saturday. By Monday morning seven others were still missing after the crash, which came on the same d
Britain looks to forge closer ties to Hong Kong amid EU exit with biggest innovation festival -World News
Britain looks to forge closer ties to Hong Kong amid EU exit with biggest innovation festival 21 hours ago
Britain is forging closer ties with Hong Kong as it prepares for life outside the European Union, the country’s consul general in the city says. Andrew Heyn said the two economies had “remarkably similar” aims concerning innovation, tech
Britain will continue to speak up on Hong Kong and any pressures ‘one, country, two systems’ comes under, consul general vows -World News
Britain will continue to speak up on Hong Kong and any pressures ‘one, country, two systems’ comes under, consul general vows 22 hours ago
Despite the prospect of criticism, Britain will not give up on closely monitoring developments in Hong Kong and speaking up about pressures it feels the “one country, two systems” concept is under, the nation’s consul general in the city
One in four Hong Kong properties has illegal structures, but most owners get away with their misdeeds -World News
One in four Hong Kong properties has illegal structures, but most owners get away with their misdeeds 23 hours ago
The 2,000 sq foot luxury house in an exclusive estate in Tai Po comes with a garden, but its structural plan – approved by authorities – does not show a 300 sq ft basement, a swimming pool and a second living room. Yet on some days, the strai
Bar Association is now a de facto political party -World News
Bar Association is now a de facto political party 1 day ago
The Bar Association has just had a coup. Breaching a long-standing, unwritten rule of having a chairman stay on the job for two years, Philip Dykes and his like-minded barrister friends have successfully challenged incumbent Paul Lam Ting-kwok. Four of Dy
Hong Kong justice minister has more illegal structures on other properties, government confirms -World News
Hong Kong justice minister has more illegal structures on other properties, government confirms 1 day ago
Hong Kong’s beleaguered justice minister has at least one other property with three illegal structures on it, the government revealed late on Sunday night, hours after she dropped a strong hint of this possibility. Earlier in the day, Secretary for
Eligibility of disqualified lawmaker to run in Legco by-election will be examined, justice minister says -World News
Eligibility of disqualified lawmaker to run in Legco by-election will be examined, justice minister says 1 day ago
The Department of Justice is studying the legal issues relating to the eligibility of a disqualified lawmaker to run in the upcoming Legislative Council by-elections, Hong Kong’s justice minister said on Sunday morning. After a live programme at Com
Annual Hong Kong student awards on March 17 to honour city’s best teens -World News
Annual Hong Kong student awards on March 17 to honour city’s best teens 1 day ago
The Hong Kong Science Museum plans to feature more locally-done research to encourage young Hongkongers to pursue a career in the sciences, its new director has said. But in addition to government support for research and innovation, Paulina Chan Shuk-man
Cathay Pacific falls 11 places in safety rankings, hits out at ‘unreliable’ evaluator -World News
Cathay Pacific falls 11 places in safety rankings, hits out at ‘unreliable’ evaluator 1 day ago
Cathay Pacific Airways’ safety ranking in an international index fell from top spot to 12th place this year, prompting the airline to hit back, declaring such surveys were “not a competition”. The airline issued a scathing attack at Germ
Denying Chinese sovereignty is like rejecting your own mother, says Hong Kong poll hopeful Judy Chan -World News
Denying Chinese sovereignty is like rejecting your own mother, says Hong Kong poll hopeful Judy Chan 2 days ago
Potshots aimed at by-election candidate Judy Chan Ka-pui over her stuttering English last week illustrate just how scrappy the race for the Hong Kong Island seat is likely to get before polling on March 11. Chan, 37, announced her bid for the seat in the