2 February 2023
8 month ago
Hong Kong police warn residents against taking part in 'unlawful assemblies' around Victoria Park on June 4, after candlelight vigil is banned for third straight year
8 month ago
Anti-terrorism drill with 100 officers staged ahead of expected visit by state leaders on Hong Kong's 25th handover anniversary
Hong Kong court rejects ex-lawmaker's bail application in 47 democrats national security case
9 month ago
Human rights lawyer Michael Vidler has left Hong Kong, with journalists from the state-backed press filming his departure at the airport. Last week, HKFP reported his law firm would be closing
Google terminates John Lee YouTube channel citing US sanctions, leadership campaign chief says move 'illogical' After months of restrictions, Hong Kong starts to relax Covid-19 social distancing measures
Hong Kong man jailed for 14.5 years for biting off ex-District Councillor's ear, knife attack
9 month ago
Explosion aboard an oil tanker near Hong Kong: one dead and six injured
9 month ago
Officers in full protective gear swooped on a branch of the China Construction Bank (Asia) on Nathan Road at around 3.40pm
15% of Hong Kong ambulance personnel infected with Covid-19 in first two months of fifth wave
6 Hong Kong teachers disqualified over complaints linked to 2019 protests
9 month ago
China's state and party leaders continue to crack down on civil society and free media in Hong Kong. The respected journalist and columnist Allan Au was arrested this morning - on flimsy grounds
9 month ago
Hong Kong police at 6am local time raided home of Allan Au, veteran journalist, ex-Stand News blogger and journalism scholar, taken to police station accusation: "conspiracy to publish seditious publications," says sources, same as 2 other Stand News journalists who were charged
10 month ago
Hong Kong Chief Sec. John Lee resigns ahead of small-circle leadership election
10 month ago
Hong Kong protests: court upholds saleswoman's conviction for obstructing police, reduces jail sentence by quarter
10 month ago
HongKong leader CarrieLam said today she won't seek a 2nd term after 5 years marked by protests calling for her resignation, a security crackdown that quashed dissent & most recently a COVID19 wave that overwhelmed health system
10 month ago
Hong Kong police fine 3 pro-Ukraine protesters under Covid rules, following Zelensky's call for global demos
10 month ago
Three people were fined HK$5,000 (US$639) by Hong Kong police at a pro-Ukraine demonstration in Central on Thur. The protest followed Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky's calls for citizens worldwide to protest
10 month ago
7 suspects in Hong Kong cryptocurrency kidnapping arrested by mainland Chinese authorities
10 month ago
Hong Kong to scrap Covid flight bans from April 1; in-person classes to resume April 19 earliest
10 month ago
Police arrest 1 man over predawn knife attack at Hong Kong bakery, 2 others still at large
11 month ago
Hong Kong protests: judge jails 4 men for up to 6 months over stand-off at police station in 2019
Around 1,000 inmates at Hong Kong prisons contract Covid; two top democrats reportedly among infected11 month ago
Around 1,000 inmates at Hong Kong prisons contract Covid; two top democrats reportedly among infected
11 month ago
Hong Kong police investigating 2 suspected arson attacks on parked vehicles in New Territories
11 month ago
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist found guilty under colonial-era sedition law over speech, slogans
11 month ago
I was periously close to considering this good-faith criticism worth responding to, because the cultural cache and positive stereotypes attached to Eurasians in all these places are 100% attributable to the lasting trauma of European imperialism and the legacy of white supremacy
11 month ago
Zhenro Properties shares and dollar bonds plunge a record 81% in Hong Kong, with traders citing concern that the Chinese builder won't redeem a $200 million bond next month as planned
[email protected], speaking alongside Australian PM Morrison & Quad counterparts, says he does not believe confrontation with China in Indo-Pacific is inevitable but notes "China has been acting more repressively at home and more aggressively in the region & indeed potentially beyond"
In response, a Hong Kong gov't spokesperson said: the freedoms of the press and speech must comply with the restrictions of the law for reasons including protection of national security11 month ago
In response, a Hong Kong gov't spokesperson said: "the freedoms of the press and speech must comply with the restrictions of the law for reasons including protection of national security
11 month ago
Hong Kong protests: former student leader detained ahead of sentencing for charges of resisting arrest, perverting justice
11 month ago
Hong Kong court rejects US lawyer's appeal over police assault, judge rules guidelines on force 'not relevant'
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