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Union Calls For 4.65pc Pay Hike For All Govt Workers

A civil service union said on Wednesday that it will ask the administration to offer an across-the-board, 4.65 percent p... Read more

MTR To Hike Penalties For Abuse Of Concession Fares

The MTR Corporation on Wednesday said passengers caught abusing fare concessions will soon face stiffer penalties. Fr... Read more

Govt Still Plans To Build Flats On Golf Course: Linn

Development minister Bernadette Linn on Wednesday said the government still plans to build public flats on part of the g... Read more

HK Is No Longer The World's Most Expensive City: ECA

An annual study has found that Hong Kong is no longer the world's most expensive place for expatriates to live, losing i... Read more

CE Vows Better Ties With Belt And Road Partners

Prospects are looking up for the nation's Belt and Road Initiative, Chief Executive John Lee said on Wednesday, as he vo... Read more

'Absurd To Suggest Farmland For Homes Over Golf Site'

A member of the Liber Research Community on Wednesday labelled as "absurd" a suggestion that the government use farmland... Read more

Elderly Couples To Share Healthcare Voucher Balances

Authorities on Tuesday revealed a new plan to allow spouses to share their healthcare voucher balances. In a paper su... Read more

'More Should Be Done To Retain Government Workers'

Unionist lawmakers on Tuesday said while they generally welcome this year's civil service pay rises, more should be done... Read more

Six Arrested By NSL Police For Conspiracy To Forge

National security police said on Tuesday that officers had arrested three men and three women aged between 33 and 64 on ... Read more

Build Homes On Abandoned Farmland: Heung Yee Kuk

Rural leaders at the Heung Yee Kuk on Tuesday proposed that the government build over 12,000 flats on abandoned farmland... Read more

Ex-academic Permitted To Appeal For Yoga Ball Murders

The Court of Final Appeal has granted permission for a former associate professor, who was found guilty of murdering his... Read more

Govt Seeks Court Ban On 'Glory To Hong Kong'

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has sought a court order to ban anyone from performing or playing the 2019 protest song ... Read more

Exco Proposes Civil Service Pay Rises Of Up To 4.65pc

The Executive Council on Tuesday proposed a 2.87 percent pay increase for senior civil servants and a 4.65 percent rise ... Read more

CE Urges Joint Efforts To Help Those In Need

Chief Executive John Lee on Tuesday expressed sorrow over the deaths of three young girls at a flat in Sham Shui Po, cal... Read more

Soco Calls For More Support For Ethnic Minorities

The Society for Community Organisation (Soco) says the government should boost its support services for ethnic minoritie... Read more