‘Just let her die’: Husband attacks wife with drain cleaner at busy restaurant in TST

Police have arrested a jealous husband after several people were injured when he doused his wife with corrosive drain cleaner at a busy restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui yesterday....

‘Save the turtles’: 2,000 volunteers clean up plastic from Lamma Island beach

More than 2,000 volunteers braved scorching hot temperatures on Lamma Island yesterday to take part in a massive beach...

‘Save the turtles’: 2,000 volunteers clean up plastic from Lamma Island beach

Hundreds march in Hong Kong to mark Tiananmen crackdown

Hundreds marched through Hong Kong on Sunday ahead of the 29th anniversary of China’s crackdown on democracy...

Hundreds march in Hong Kong to mark Tiananmen crackdown

Rights groups demand apology from lawmaker who called domestic workers’ gatherings a ‘nuisance’

Migrant worker rights groups are demanding a public apology from pro-Beijing lawmaker Eunice Yun, over what they...

Rights groups demand apology from lawmaker who called domestic workers’ gatherings a ‘nuisance’

MTR forced to change road sign after netizens spot simplified Chinese character

The MTR Corporation has confirmed it will make arrangements to replace a sign outside one of its stations after...

MTR forced to change road sign after netizens spot simplified Chinese character
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