A series of reading activities will be held at a Lai Chi Kok school in April to celebrate the World Book Day.
The Award Scheme for Learning Experiences opens for applications.
The Labour Department will launch a special operation targeting work at height in the construction industry.
About 800 students, three working adults and two apprentices were presented with awards and scholarships under the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund during a ceremony at City Hall.
The 2017-18 Award Scheme for Learning Experiences under the Qualifications Framework will be open for applications from March 20 to May 26.
Hong Kong employees' median monthly wage rises across the board in 2016 for the benchmark period of May-June, the Census & Statistics Department announces in its 2016 Annual Earnings & Hours Survey.
Secretary for Education Eddie Ng has met Islands District Councillors and toured a primary school on Cheung Chau.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 3.3% in the December to February quarter, the Census & Statistics Department announces.
The Labour Department will host a seminar on the Employment Ordinance in April.
Calls for Hong Kong independence go against the Basic Law and there is no room for secession advocacy in schools, Secretary for Education Eddie Ng says.
Organisations with disabled staff have been commended today for their support to the disadvantaged.
A Social Welfare Department subsidy scheme to improve the workplace environment of disabled employees will open for applications tomorrow.
The Labour Department will hold a job expo in Mong Kok on March 14 and 15 offering 5,600 jobs to enhance employment opportunities for ethnic minorities.
Secretary for Education Eddie Ng will visit Hainan on March 10 to learn about the province's latest education development.
The Labour Department will host an employment exhibition in Tsing Yi on March 4 and 5.
Priscilla Wong has been made Minimum Wage Commission Chairperson for two years.
Compensation for work injuries and death from job-related causes will be increased from April 1.
The Education Bureau has introduced the Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide to facilitate the implementation of the Free Quality Kindergarten Education Scheme.
People planning to enrol in the Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions can file online applications from March 1, the Education Bureau says.
Secretary for Education Eddie Ng says he has achieved the commitment made to education in the election manifesto of the current Chief Executive, particularly in delivering on Free Quality Kindergarten Education.