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Define 'country Park Fringes' Clearly: Greenpeace

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Greenpeace has called on the government to provide a clear definition on what it considers to be the "fringes" of countr... Read more

Controversial West Kowloon Bill Back Before Legco

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Legislators were to begin discussing a bill on Wednesday to set up a joint immigration facility with the mainland at the... Read more

Stanley Wong:mainland Can Help Fix HK Housing Woes

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The chairman of the government’s Land Supply Task Force, Stanley Wong, said on Tuesday that it’s received proposals ... Read more

Govt Extends Ban On Food Imports From Fukushima

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The government on Tuesday extended a ban on the import of vegetables, fruit and milk from Fukushima prefecture in Japan.... Read more

Swedish Personalities Demand Release Of Gui Minhai

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Dozens of journalists, politicians, academics and cultural personalities in Sweden penned a joint appeal on Tuesday, dem... Read more

Restaurants To Start 'no Straws Day' Every Month

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Some of the major restaurants chains in Hong Kong are joining an effort to cut down the use of plastic by not offering s... Read more

CE Dismisses Report On Public Flats Over MTR Sites

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Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday dismissed a report that the government is about to discuss a plan to build public ... Read more

Lawmakers Urge Express Rail Discounts For Students

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The Business and Professionals Alliance on Tuesday called for half-price fares for young people and the elderly using th... Read more

A Storm In A Teacup Over First T1 Warning

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The Hong Kong Observatory on Tuesday left everyone confused with its first storm signal of the year. The Observatory... Read more

Vacancy Tax May End Up Hurting Buyers: Economist

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An economist said on Tuesday that he is worried developers will pass any tax they are forced to pay on vacant flats on t... Read more

Vigil Participants Defy Beijing's 'redline'

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Organisers say 115,000 people joined the annual candlelight vigil at Victoria Park on Monday to mark the 29th anniversar... Read more

Vigil Starts For Beijing Massacre Victims

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Thousands of people are taking part in a candlelight vigil in Victoria Park for the victims of the 1989 Beijing massacre... Read more

About 20 Attend Separate Vigil In TST

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Around 20 people have attended a separate candlelight vigil for the victims of the Beijing massacre outside the Cultural... Read more

City Set For Cloudy Days, Showers: Observatory

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The Hong Kong Observatory said on Monday that it is too early to say whether a tropical depression that was some 800 kil... Read more

Tiananmen Massacre Never Happened, Say Protesters

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A group of pro-Beijing protesters held a demonstration against the annual June 4 vigil at Victoria Park on Monday, sayin... Read more