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Hong Kong protests: five petrol bomb attacks launched against police within 24 hours

Police stations and vehicles targeted in a flurry of firebombings on Wednesday and Thursday. → Read More

Hong Kong customs seize HK$130 million worth of smuggled goods including drugs, ivory, shark fins, cigarettes and frozen meat in Lunar New Year raids

Hong Kong customs seized HK$130 million (US$16.7 million) worth of items in an almost month-long operation to tackle cross-boundary smuggling ahead of and during the Lunar New Year.... → Read More

Government urged to explain how firm got go-ahead for work on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge despite failing to submit 10,000 safety inspection documents

The Hong Kong government needs to give a full account of how a contractor working on a cross-border mega bridge failed to submit more than 10,000 safety inspection documents on time but still managed to get the go-ahead for the project, a construction industry chief said on Monday.... → Read More

Dee Poon, businesswoman and daughter of Hong Kong tycoon Dickson Poon, latest victim of burglary on The Peak

The break-in was detected by a domestic helper, and a bedroom and cloakroom were found ransacked → Read More

New woes for contractor in mega bridge fake test scandal as fraud allegations emerge over other Hong Kong projects

The Hong Kong government has contacted law enforcement about suspected fraud involving the disgraced contractor for a cross-border mega bridge project.... → Read More

Four injured and HK$1.7 million Ferrari destroyed in two-vehicle collision near popular Hong Kong tourist attraction

Collision between sports car and goods van on Ting Kok Road in Tai Po leads to delays on road near Tai Mei Tuk → Read More

University students in Hong Kong fume over influx of mainland Chinese visitors taking campus tours

Students from several universities in Hong Kong are angry over a recent influx of mainland tour groups, which they say are disrupting their daily lives on campus.... → Read More

Mainland Chinese touts arrested for selling tickets for Jackie Cheung’s Hong Kong Coliseum shows

Ten men from mainland China have been arrested for reselling about 50 tickets for Canto-pop legend Jacky Cheung Hok-yau’s Hong Kong concerts at vastly inflated prices.... → Read More

Another video of suspected bullying at Hong Kong school emerges – the third case in a week

A Hong Kong school at the centre of a bullying scandal has said it will look into another video clip which shows a teenager being pinned down on the ground by his peers, the third incident in a week thought to involve its students.... → Read More

Two Hongkongers rescued in Japan, having taken shelter in a snow hole after ski trip goes wrong

Two troubled skiers from Hong Kong were rescued at a popular Japanese ski destination after taking shelter against the elements overnight in a snow hole they made for themselves when an expedition went wrong.... → Read More

Hong Kong police urged to pursue attack on Discovery Bay bus driver by two women

Two Mandarin-speaking women were filmed screaming at and hitting the 46-year-old driver on Tuesday night. → Read More

Health officials investigate death of 60-year-old male patient after liver biopsy at Hong Kong hospital

A 60-year-old man bled heavily and died in Princess Margaret Hospital after a procedure to extract liver tissue, prompting an investigation by Hong Kong medical officials.... → Read More

Boy, 12, killed in Hong Kong after being run over by bus at road crossing in Kwun Tong

Witnesses told police the boy ran to cross the road ahead of his younger brother and domestic helper → Read More

Man arrested for trying to kill himself by starting fire in busy Hong Kong MTR station

Police say suspect, 59, was struggling with health problems and had no intention of harming others → Read More

Man who ‘cut sleeping woman’s hair’ on Hong Kong bus arrested for assault

Witness says 65-year-old had been annoyed by the long hair dangling in front of him, touching his knees → Read More

Influential triad faction leader in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui arrested over suspected turf war violence

An influential triad faction leader in Tsim Sha Tsui was arrested on Friday over his suspected involvement in an attack last month on a man in Tseung Kwan O.... → Read More

Small crocodile discovered in Hong Kong thought to have been released from illegal pet trade

As-yet-unnamed reptile could be from endangered Southeast Asian species → Read More

Hong Kong minimum wage to jump to HK$37.50, in biggest rise since it was introduced

Low-paid Hong Kong workers are set to benefit from the biggest increase yet in the city’s minimum wage, which will jump to HK$37.50 (US$4.80) an hour from May, after a formal endorsement by the government on Tuesday.... → Read More

Hong Kong children spending up to 8 hours glued to screens, as 20pc of parents set no limits, eye care study finds

More than half of Hong Kong schoolchildren spend more than two hours daily on electronic devices and, in the most extreme cases, up to eight hours glued to screens, according to a poll by the city’s largest pro-establishment political party.... → Read More

Husband of under-fire justice secretary Teresa Cheng to be prosecuted in connection with pool he allegedly built without permission

The husband of under-fire Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah will appear in court this month after officials decided to prosecute him for allegedly carrying out building work on his Tuen Mun residence without permission.... → Read More