There is enough evidence to prove that around six million European Jews were killed by the Nazis during the second world war. But some people say the Holocaust didn’t happen or wasn’t that bad.
How an interest in STEM and the fight for gender equality led this female engineer to the Royal Air Force
As a flight lieutenant for the Red Arrows, Alicia Mason is breaking through the military’s glass ceiling and she wants other girls to join her.
The literally chill dude documented his record-breaking trip on Instagram.
See 2018 out on a high, by donating time, goods or money to those in need. You'll be helping someone less fortunate, and benefiting yourself, too.
We bring you five Christmas traditions from around the globe, along with ways to put your own Hong Kong twist on them.
Campus Life: Four KGV Year 12 students on adapting to the unexpected, and the most memorable part of their trip to Morocco
When four KGV students organised a trip to Morocco, nothing was going to stop them from making the most of it.
20 per cent of parent-child disputes are over smartphone use, in some extreme cases violence ensues and police are called
A police crisis worker has tips for parents to limit disputes with their children about cellphone use and video games.
Leading Lights: How a group of Sha Tin College students tackled food waste in their school, and actually made a difference
Food: we seem to enjoy throwing it away almost as much as we love to eat it. Food waste makes up more than a third of our daily household rubbish, resulting in more than 3,000 tonnes of it ending up in our city’s already overflowing landfills.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-macau Bridge has had a particularly serious impact on the population and habitat of Chinese White Dolphins.
Left all your Christmas planning until the last minute? Fear not; These easy Christmas hacks will have you ready for the festive season in no time.