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More elderly choose to work
MORE people aged between 60 and 64 are working even though they have passed the retirement age, Secretary for Labour and...
2018.09.22
19564
Moving prisons to free up land
A POLITICAL think tank is calling on the government to move prisons to less appealing places such as Po Toi Island (蒲台...
2018.09.19
19546
More rubbish floating into HK
THE SAR government has underestimated the amount of garbage in the sea that comes from the mainland, a green group said....
2018.09.18
19537
Sham Shui Po gets makeover
SHAM Shui Po, one of Hong Kong’s oldest districts as well as a food and electronics hub, has had a HK$12 million faceli...
2018.09.17
19527
Number of walkers in HK drop
FEWER people choose to stretch their legs and walk due to an eagerness to save time, according to a new survey conducted...
2018.09.15
19516
Vet school hopes for govt grant
CITY University (城市大學) is hopeful its push to turn its self-financed veterinary school programme into a government-s...
2018.09.03
19492
Youngest HKer to scale Everest
NINETEEN-year-old Benjamin Chan Ka-hei (陳家希) has made local history by becoming the youngest Hongkonger to conquer Mo...
2018.05.31
19040
China set to scrap baby limits
BEIJING looks set to scrap all limits on the number of children a family can have – an end to a policy that spurred cou...
2018.05.30
19022
Journalists blamed for assault
THE attack on a NowTV cameraman was fueled by a human rights lawyer snatching a press pass from public security officers...
2018.05.29
19014
Protest failed to save old trees
PROTESTERS failed to stop the Lands Department (地政總署) from cutting down two 80-year-old banyan trees on Bonham Road ...
2018.05.28
19006
High public rating for police
HONG Kong people’s satisfaction with police performance has reached an all-time high – a great leap from the level fou...
2018.05.24
18992
Xi: get behind HK’s IT sector
PRESIDENT Xi Jinping (習近平) says he is supporting the developing IT cooperation between Hong Kong and the mainland.Rep...
2018.05.23
18983
Unhealthy habits take fatal toll
MORE than half of Hongkongers die from an unhealthy lifestyle and poor eating habits, Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin...
2018.05.21
18973
New life for old police station
THE revitalised Central Police Station (中區警署) compound will be opened from 29 May in three phases, with the first ph...
2018.05.17
18961
New scheme to import IT talent
THE IT Bureau has launched a three-year pilot scheme to speed up the import of IT talents in the fields of biotechnology...
2018.05.16
18953
Over-exercising can hurt
AN increasing number of Hong Kong people, are taking to marathons and other mass endurance events. And it is hurting the...
2018.05.15
18944
Special shine on reservoirs
THE Water Supplies Department (水務署) is looking into installing floating solar panels at various reservoirs.Pilot sola...
2018.05.14
18937
New TSA easier in Primary 3
THE Territory-wide System Assessment resumed in May with Primary Three students from all public schools taking oral asse...
2018.05.10
18923
Rise in mainland campers to HK
THE number of mainland tourists increased 23.1 percent in the first two days of the Labour Day “mini Golden Week” as h...
2018.05.09
18915
Interest in HK rail-property model
INTEREST in the MTRC Ltd’s “rail plus property” development model has prompted an offer for the corporation to help b...
2018.05.08
18908
N Korea makes nuclear pledge
NORTH Korea (北韓) has promised to close its atomic test site, Seoul (首爾) says, as US President Donald Trump expresses...
2018.05.07
18900
Space fun as museum reopens
THE Hong Kong Space Museum (香港太空館) reopened to the public with two new halls that offer more exhibits.After more th...
2018.05.03
18885
Warning: plastic in wild mullet
ABOUT 60 percent of wild mullet caught in Hong Kong contain microplastics, according to university research.Greenpeace (...
2018.05.02
18884
Students to shadow top officials
SECONDARY school students will have the opportunity to shadow ministers during the summer holidays, Chief Secretary Matt...
2018.04.30
18865
$48m bait to rouse bookworms
A BOOK subsidy for schools will be revived starting the next school year and substantially increased, costing the govern...
2018.04.26
18849