Canada offers Hong Kong graduates new immigration pathway, cites security law concerns
Chinese University of Hong Kong warns of strict penalties against students and student bodies if they 'endanger national security'
3 more overnight Covid-19 'ambush' lockdowns in Hong Kong – 2,100 tested, no cases found so far
Pro-Beijing lawmaker criticises UK over extended residency rights for Hongkongers, claims those who left have 'no skills or education'
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Lockdown in Sham Shui Po, Jordan/Yau Ma Tei and Tin Shui Wai tonight
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Hong Kong police have arrested 97 under national security law, as commissioner rejects complaints of 'white terror'
China's top diplomat insisted on "red lines" the Biden administration shouldn't cross-Covid blame, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan-hours after the U.S.'s top diplomat gave a speech challenging Beijing on pretty much all of them
Covid-19: Hong Kong social distancing measures to stay in place, 'ambush' lockdowns in Yuen Long and Tsim Sha Tsui
The Yuen Long On Hing Street area now with govt supplies truck and police presence. Resident went down to check situations
Cheung said that a residential building would be put under a compulsory Covid-19 testing order if the site records an infection with unknown origins, or if sewage sample tests positive. He said workplaces, such as construction sites, could also undergo mandatory testing
Hong Kong has extended current Covid19 social distancing rules and the group gathering ban until February 17: There is "no room to relax social distancing measures" Chief Sec. Matthew Cheung said
Chief Justice Andrew Cheung attended a one-on-one meeting with CE Carrie Lam, @hkcnews_com can reveal. This happened just days before the Court of Final Appeal about to hear Jimmy Lai's case, which also happens to be Cheung's first case as the CJ
Britain's doors open to Hong Kong's 2.9 million British National Overseas passport holders, and their 2.3 million dependents, today
Covid-19: Lam defends North Point 'ambush' lockdown despite no cases being detected
Minister says Hong Kong SIM card ID registration plan will thwart crime, but expert says workarounds possible
China will 'no longer recognise' UK-issued BNO passport for Hong Kongers
Commerce Sec. Edward Yau has cited policies abroad in rolling out a SIM card registration scheme. Yau said there are 12 million pre-paid SIM users. He claimed that criminals have exploited Hong Kong's anonymous system and it has hindered police investigations
Hong Kong mulls mainland-style real name SIM card registration for mobile phones
Hong Kong legislature passes HK$1.5 billion for mega-bridge a day after gov't denies compensation to Covid lockdown residents
Covid-19: Sudden evening lockdown in Yau Ma Tei yields one positive case after 330 people undergo compulsory test
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CEO Noel Quinn is currently grilled by @TomTugendhat of the UK Parliament on the bank's position on the Hong Kong national security law. He defended HSBC deputy chairman Peter Wong Tung-shun's signing a pro-NSL partition – Quinn said it wasn't a political statement
Covid-19: Hong Kong imposes sudden neighbourhood lockdown in Yau Ma Tei
Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK slammed by police union chief over 'biased' coverage of Covid-19 lockdown food parcel
UK rights group calls for sanctions on modern Hong Kong's 180th 'birthday'
Hong Kong police arrest former student union president and 2 others over CUHK campus security protest
This student of Lee Woo Sing College #CUHK told reporters that the search in their dorm lasted about one hour and no student was arrested from their college. Police took away an A4-sized bag of evidence and the search was about the 1.11 barrier shoving case
# police are making search and arrests in a number of student dormitories in #CUHK. 3 students have been arrested over the barrier pushing incident at University Station on 11 Jan (quoted tweet), iCable reported per source
Hong Kong authorizes the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid19 vaccine for emergency use
Chief Exec. Carrie Lam told the press on Sat that placing the neighborhood under Covid19 lockdown is the first time the gov't exercised its powers under cap 599J law, which provides he gov't with power to restrict the movement of individuals
Hong Kong imposes first lockdown in Covid-hit Jordan – 10,000 residents affected, 3,000 personnel deployed