Hot cakes: Police looking for man who stole 12 boxes of mooncakes from bakery

Certainly ignoring the spirit of the season, a man made off with more than a few boxes of mooncakes in a brazen raid on a Yuen Long bakery recently. With the Mid-Autumn festival...

Police hunting for bandits after US$740,000 in cash stolen in armed daylight robbery

Armed with knives, a group of men held up jewelry store staff and made away with US$740,000 about 10:30am this morning...

Police hunting for bandits after US$740,000 in cash stolen in armed daylight robbery

Facing pressure, Maxim’s to end sale of shark fins… in few years

In a win for environmentalists, Hong Kong’s largest restaurant group has vowed to stop serving shark fin. Well, not...

Facing pressure, Maxim’s to end sale of shark fins… in few years

Woman hit by falling concrete block last week dies in hospital

A woman who was knocked unconscious by a concrete block that fell from the ninth floor wall of an apartment block in...

Woman hit by falling concrete block last week dies in hospital

Beaches in Deep Water Bay and Shek O closed after storm damage to sewage pipes discovered

Oh shit. Literally. Sewage has been leaking into the sea near Deep Water Bay and Shek O after damage to pipes by...

Beaches in Deep Water Bay and Shek O closed after storm damage to sewage pipes discovered
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