Font Size
Default Font Size Larger Font Size Largest Font Size RSS Subscription Change Colours Sitemap Mobile/Accessible Version 繁體 简体
Subscribe to e-newsletter
Weather Traffic Conditions
Weather Traffic Conditions
Photo

Regulatory reform: Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury Prof KC Chan speaks at the Federation of Insurers Annual Reception on April 16.

Photo

Honoured scholars: Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So speaks at the Innovation & Technology Scholarship Award presentation ceremony on April 16.

Photo

Bygone times: An exhibition of more than 100 artefacts illustrating changes in the New Territories during the early 20th century is now on show at the Museum of History.

Photo

Sensible spending: Chief Secretary Carrie Lam discusses public finances at the April 16 Legislative Council meeting.

Photo

Prudent plan: Financial Secretary John Tsang tells the Legislative Council how he will avoid a structural deficit, on April 16.

Video

Classic commuting: A vintage Daimler bus - Hong Kong's first double-decker, launched in 1949 - will be on show at City Gallery from April 16.

Photo

Views welcomed: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam (right) receives the constitutional development submissions of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong on April 15.

Photo

In the groove: Young skaters compete in the Hong Kong Figure Skating & Short Track Speed Skating Championships at Festival Walk on April 15.

CS to take leave

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam will take leave from April 18 to 24.

Full Story

Budget approval key for HK's vibrancy

With competitiveness as the theme of this year's Budget, I hope that the wide-ranging measures it proposes will help us consolidate Hong Kong's position as an international hub, move our economy up the value-added chain, overcome the development constraints and add impetus to the Hong Kong economy.

Full Story

TS Tsang to attend ASEAN meetings

Secretary for Home Affairs Tsang Tak-sing will depart for Hue, Vietnam, on April 18 to attend two ASEAN meetings.

Full Story

DOJ rejects magazine claim

The Department of Justice has refuted an article published in a local magazine today, alleging it had “let go” defendant Ma Sik-chun.

Full Story

Statutory maritime body mooted

The report on the Consultancy Study on Enhancing Hong Kong's Position as an International Maritime Centre, commissioned by the Maritime Industry Council, has recommended that the Government set up a new statutory maritime body.

Full Story

none

none

Highlight:

Show Banner
close
Reset Homepage Last Update : 12:58 HKT, Thursday, April 17, 2014
  HKSAR Air Quality Health Index