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Hong Kong police to receive 3 water cannon vehicles, worth HK$27m, this year
The government has said three water cannon vehicles, costing HK$27 million, will be transported to Hong Kong in the first half of this year. Undersecretary for Security Sonny Au said... read more
Two workers injured after factory building scaffolding collapses in Hong Kong
Two workers were injured when a scaffolding mounted on a Hong Kong factory building collapsed on Friday afternoon. Emergency services were called in at about 3.30pm when the structure... read more
Macau police hunt for HK$48 million in gambling chips after Wynn casino robbery
Macau authorities are tracking down almost HK$48 million worth of cash chips stolen from Wynn casino earlier this week, following the arrest of a debt-ridden croupier and his elderly... read more
Errol Spence puts IBF welterweight belt on line against former sparring partner Lamont Peterson
Unbeaten International Boxing Federation champion Errol Spence takes on fellow American Lamont Peterson in New York on Saturday with designs on a unified welterweight world title. “There... read more
In Pictures: Residents of house linked to China’s ‘founding father’ move out voluntarily amid restoration plans
The remaining residents of the historic Red House in Tuen Mun, linked to modern China’s “founding father,” have moved out voluntarily in the presence of court bailiffs. A final... read more
Hong Kong film star Eric Tsang sues modelling agent over Weibo post which caused ‘considerable distress and embarrassment’
Renowned Hong Kong filmmaker and actor Eric Tsang Chi-wai on Thursday sued a famous modelling agent to restrain her from further publications of what he claimed were defamatory accusations... read more
Hong Kong bitcoin trader lured to bogus meeting and robbed of HK$1.4 million
A citywide police search was under way on Friday for five men after a local bitcoin trader was lured to a bogus business meeting and robbed of HK$1.4 million (US$180,000) on a busy... read more
Man fails in bid to rob 7-Eleven convenience store using nail file
A man tried to rob a convenience store in Sham Shui Po using a nail file, according to local media. The attempt failed. The attempted robbery occurred at a 7-Eleven store on Pei Ho... read more
Chinese SWAT team detains outspoken rights lawyer Yu Wensheng hours after he called for constitutional reform
Chinese authorities detained a prominent human rights lawyer on Friday, people familiar with the case said, just hours after he provided journalists with a letter calling for constitutional... read more
Former Bar Assoc. head: Members will unite behind new chair Philip Dykes to face challenges
Former Bar Council chairperson Paul Lam has said that “the Bar is one big family” and that members will unite behind newly-elected head Philip Dykes to take on “the... read more
City’s barristers want Bar Association to ‘step up to the plate’ on constitutional matters, says one of its new leaders
A historic turnout for the Hong Kong Bar Association election – with eight in 10 of the city’s practising barristers casting a vote – and its outcome reflected expectations... read more
209,700 people live in subdivided flats in Hong Kong, 2016 gov’t by-census reveals
Over 200,000 people live in subdivided flats, according to the results of Hong Kong’s 2016 population by-census. The Census and Statistics Department said the estimated number... read more