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‘Shameless’ Hong Kong activist Avery Ng slammed by judge for dragging out appeal against jail sentence for divulging details of probe into government official
2019-12-12T17:40:16+08:00
A judge has blasted a Hong Kong activist for his “shameless” attempts to drag out his appeal against a jail sentence for divulging details of a corruption investigation into a senior... read more
Hong Kong int’l Rugby Tens cancelled amid ongoing political unrest
2019-12-12T17:19:41+08:00
Hong Kong’s international Rugby Tens tournament in April next year – a curtain-raiser to the city’s famous Sevens – has been cancelled, the latest sporting event... read more
Hong Kong Justice Sec. Teresa Cheng says Chinese officials paid her close attention during medical treatment
2019-12-12T17:20:05+08:00
Hong Kong’s Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng has said that Chinese officials paid close attention to her while she received medical treatment for an injury sustained at a protest.... read more
Concorde’s near miss, Prince Charles’ ‘kiss and tell’ and Hongkongers lured into sex rings: headlines from 40 years ago
2019-12-12T16:00:23+08:00
Young Hong Kong women being lured into sex rings in mainland China, Prince Charles boasting about his popularity with women and the United Nations bowing to gender equality movement... read more
Two truck drivers arrested in Hong Kong over death of motorist hit after getting out of broken-down car on motorway
2019-12-12T15:28:00+08:00
Two truck drivers were arrested after a pile-up in which a motorist was hit and killed when he got out of his broken-down car on a motorway in northern Hong Kong on Thursday.The accident... read more
Passengers evacuated after ‘rioters’ hurl petrol bombs at Hong Kong MTR station
2019-12-12T15:03:57+08:00
Police are hunting for six suspects after petrol bombs were thrown at a Hong Kong metro station in the early hours of Thursday, forcing the rail operator to immediately evacuate the... read more
‘Baseless accusations’: Hong Kong police made 621 requests to remove social media posts since January
2019-12-12T14:18:39+08:00
Hong Kong police have made 621 requests to remove social media posts allegedly containing misinformation or defamatory content since January. The government statistics released on Wednesday... read more
Unions band together to challenge opposition lawmakers’ bid to deny Hong Kong police a pay rise
2019-12-12T14:20:13+08:00
Three civil service unions on Thursday joined arms to oppose a call by pan-democrats to exclude Hong Kong’s embattled police from the government funding request for public servants’... read more
Bank employees score baskets to raise money for those in need, part of Operation Santa Claus
2019-12-12T10:15:08+08:00
About 130 employees of Dah Sing Bank took part in a charity basketball event on Saturday to raise money for those in need.The “Dah Sing Charity Score Challenge” was held at the... read more
Cathay Pacific gets a helping hand as Asia Miles unveils mileage plan that never expires, starting from 2020, to attract frequent flyers
2019-12-11T17:00:26+08:00
Asia Miles, a Cathay Pacific-owned frequent flier programme, is amending its policy by removing the expiry date on air miles collected from next year in a move seen as helping the Hong... read more
Cathay Pacific gets a helping hand as Asia Miles unveils mileage plan that never expires, starting from 2020, to attract frequent flyers
2019-12-11T17:00:26+08:00
Asia Miles, a Cathay Pacific-owned frequent flier programme, is amending its policy by removing the expiry date on air miles collected from next year in a move seen as helping the Hong... read more
Chinese netizens slam Huawei’s legal bullying of former employee with a series of codes
2019-12-12T09:00:12+08:00
By Oiwan Lam Huawei, the most prominent tech giant in China, is considered to be one of the most successful national brands which has established a monopoly status in the domestic market... read more