23 October 2021
Early hours fire kills 18, mostly children at central China MMA school
Outgoing Chief Secretary for Administration Matthew Cheung Kin-chung thanked the public in a statement as he departed from the role as Hong Kong's number two official
Security chief John Lee to become Hong Kong's no. 2; police chief to head up security
"It is a sad day for media freedom in Hong Kong and around the world," says @POTUS in a statement on the shutdown of AppleDaily
Apple Daily - "This account doesn't exist"
Apple Daily tells subscribers that all web and app content will disappear at midnight. Between this and RTHK taking down reports, a lot of information about recent events in the city is being memory-holed4 month ago
Apple Daily tells subscribers that all web and app content will disappear at midnight. Between this and RTHK taking down reports, a lot of information about recent events in the city is being memory-holed
Hong Kong protests: pair jailed for unprovoked attack on student they thought was plain-clothes police officer
HongKong's @appledaily_hk to close down on June 26 when it will publish its last print edition. Hong Kong Police Arrest Apple Daily Writer in Ongoing Operation
Hong Kong court throws out bid for jury at first national security trial
Chief Exec. Carrie Lam refused to comment on the possible closure of Apple Daily. Referring to the security law, she said: "We will implement this law. This law will not exist in name only. The police would have collected sufficient evidence before taking action
Hong Kong's Apple Daily may halt publication this Sat, pending Fri board meeting
4 month ago
HongKong District Court has found five men guilty of rioting in the Yuen Long mob attack on July 21, 2019, while acquitting a sixth man of the charge. The five were also found guilty of other charges including wounding with intent & conspiracy to wounding with intent
4 month ago
"500 Hong Kong police officers sifted through reporters' computers and notebooks at Apple Daily tabloid. 5 executives of the newspaper have been arrested and over 2 million dollars of the group have been frozen"
People are queuing up to buy pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily following a police raid of its headquarters
Printing is underway. 500,000 copies of AppleDaily (18 June 2021) are being published right now. Publishing and reporting as normal, or as if the last time4 month ago
Printing is underway. 500,000 copies of AppleDaily (18 June 2021) are being published right now. Publishing and reporting as normal, or as if the last time
HKFP_Live: After the office raid and arrest of executives, Apple Daily has vowed to print half a million copies overnight.4 month ago
HKFP_Live: After the office raid and arrest of executives, Apple Daily has vowed to print half a million copies overnight.
Apple Daily is live streaming the final publishing process of the day, after a massive raid4 month ago
Apple Daily is live streaming the final publishing process of the day, after a massive raid
Apple Daily is live streaming the final publishing process of the day, after a massive raid
Wave of brief internet outages today hit websites and apps of dozens of financial institutions, airlines and other companies
HK police raid Apple Daily. 5 executives were taken away, including Editor-in-Chief Ryan Law and NextDigital CEO Cheung Kim-hung.  Officers were seen accessing journalists' computers, and all employees were barred from returning to their seats to work4 month ago
HK police raid Apple Daily. 5 executives were taken away, including Editor-in-Chief Ryan Law and NextDigital CEO Cheung Kim-hung. Officers were seen accessing journalists' computers, and all employees were barred from returning to their seats to work
Hong Kong police launch murder-suicide probe after woman fatally attacked with a meat cleaver, husband found dead following suspected tower block fall
NATO Secretary General: China does not share our values and suppresses opposition in Hong Kong and the Uighur minority
4 month ago
16/ Police ordered people to disperse, citing the Covid-19 gathering restrictions. They also pointed video cameras at those standing along the street
Mourners light candles for #June4 despite police banHundreds of people on Friday defied a police ban on entering Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown before they were quickly told to leave
1/ Police issued a statement shortly after 9pm: "At around 8pm on June 4, a large number of people congregated near Patterson Street and Kingston Street in Causeway Bay and Sai Yeung Choi Street South in Mong Kok
8/ Police raised yellow warning flags outside Victoria Park at about 8.20pm warning people that they may be in violation of the law
A picture from my reporting at Victoria Park on the same day last year. Today police locked down the football pitches; one of the buildings on this pic is now National Security Bureau HQ
Dozens of activists and democrats charged with subversion under the national security law appear in court4 month ago
Dozens of activists and democrats charged with "subversion" under the national security law appear in court
China "continues to undermine the democratic institutions of Hong Kong," denying residents the rights that the PRC itself has guaranteed, says @SecBlinken in a statement
5 month ago
Hong Kong police investigate suspected murder-suicide case after young man, woman found dead in Tung Chung flat
Hong Kong journalist injured in 'drive-by' baseball bat attack5 month ago
Hong Kong journalist injured in 'drive-by' baseball bat attack
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