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South China Morning Post: Hong Kong Football Club lock Fin Field said HK Scottish are atop the league standings for one apparent reason. “Their set pieces are so strong,” said the 23-year-old lock who is also part of the national squad. “So their backs have such a...
Public Technologies: 14 December 2018 CLPPower Extends Free Charging Service to EncourageGreenMotoring CLP Power Hong KongLimited ("CLP Power") has promoted green motoring in Hong Kong in recent years by expanding its electric vehicle (EV) charging service, providing...
Hong Kong Standard: A former welder of an engineering company has been charged today with accepting illegal...
Hong Kong Standard: About 2.2 kilograms of suspected cocaine worth HK$2.5 million has been seized at Hong Kong International Airport on December...
Hong Kong Standard: A 66-year-old former employee of a residential care home for persons with...
South China Morning Post: Nine pro-democracy leaders accused of bringing the heart of Hong Kong to a standstill with the 2014 Occupy protests will learn their fate in the Spring. West KowloonCourt adjourned to April 9 next year for the verdict, after defence lawyers on Thursday made...
Hong Kong Standard: Civic Party lawmaker Tanya Chan says she is disappointed with yesterday's High Court ruling which upheld the legality of the joint border arrangement with the mainland at the ExpressRail terminus in West Kowloon, RTHK reports. The judge said...
South China Morning Post: A Hong Kong court may have concluded that allowing mainland Chinese laws to be enforced at the West Kowloon high-speed rail terminus is legally sound, but experts said the binding power of decisions by China’s top legislative body on the city remains a...
Hong Kong Standard: Lawmakers Elizabeth Quat Pui-fan and Raymond Chan Chi-chuen made "Me Too" admissions, saying they were indecently assaulted when they were children. They spoke up as lawmakers discussed a nonbinding motion by medical sector lawmaker PierreChan Pui-yin, who...
Hong Kong Standard: The arrangement that allows mainland officials to impose national laws within parts of the SAR's new rail terminus in West Kowloon is legally sound. That was the ruling yesterday by Justice Anderson Chow Ka-ming of the Court of First Instance, with his written...
Hong Kong Standard: University students and visitors can enjoy a HK$2 fare discount starting Monday on KMB buses by tapping their octopus cards at kiosks inside five campuses. The Kowloon Motor Bus Company yesterday announced its "KMB Fare Saver" trial scheme which will run for...
Hong Kong Standard: File photo shows a woman walking past the ICAC headquarters building in North Point. (Sing Tao photo) The anti-grraft agency says a...
Public Technologies: From Appleton to London to Hong Kong, Lawrence faculty and students used D-Term 2018 to explore ideas, art, research skills and the wider world. D-Term, or December Term, is a two-week mini-term that offers brief, intensive enrichment courses. This year,...
South China Morning Post: A Hong Kong court on Thursday ruled that a controversial arrangement which allows mainland Chinese officers to apply national laws at the city’s new cross-border rail terminus is legally sound. The High Court sided with the Hong Kong government two...