HK Government News

Seamless Connectivity For Villages

People usually find rural life a good way to kick back and spend time at a leisurely pace. But to keep up with the pac...

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Incentives Spur Tourism Innovation

A special themed day tour taken recently by a group of European tourists in Hong Kong offers a flavour of the itinerar... Read more

Keeping Districts Close To Heart

Hong Kong is divided into 18 districts and each one has a District Officer representing the Government at the district... Read more

Green Tech Addresses Waste, Noise

Plastic waste is the second largest source of municipal solid waste in Hong Kong, while noise pollution from sources s... Read more

Smart Tech Enhances Tree Care

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department manages around 550,000 trees across the city’s parks, playgrounds and... Read more

EMSD Embraces Smart Construction

The Electrical & Mechanical Services Department is embracing innovative construction methods and technology in its... Read more

Islanders Get Round-the-clock Care

The Hospital Authority’s (HA) seven general out-patient clinics in Hong Kong’s Islands District provide primary me... Read more

Scholarship Boosts HK Talent Pool

To strengthen education collaboration with Belt & Road countries and regions, scholarships have been offered to ou... Read more

Empowering Youth Through Training

Apart from regular lessons at school, the Civil Aid Service believes that outdoor education is essential for students ... Read more

Education Changes Lives Behind Bars

Ethics College student Alan (a pseudonym) recently attained 96 marks out of 100 in his Mathematics exam. “Never had ... Read more

Over 50s Intern For New Careers

To encourage the latent work force to enter the labour market, the Employees Retraining Board's Post-50 Internship Pro... Read more

Chronic Disease Scheme Aids Citizens

The Health Bureau introduced the Chronic Disease Co-Care Pilot Scheme in November last year. With government subsidies... Read more

Community Space Eases Family Stress

Following the opening of the Sham Shui Po Community Living Room last month, going to the venue after class has become ... Read more

Novel Ways To Promote Building Safety

To provide building rehabilitation related information and assistance services all under one roof, the Urban Renewal A... Read more

Retired Train Restored To Former Glory

Diesel Electric Engine No. 60 "Peter Quick" or L60, which began operation in 1974, was one of the last fleet of diesel... Read more