The Hong Kong Committee on Children’s Rights is launching a charter that aims to protect young people from abuse.
Record 1.37 million people living below poverty line in Hong Kong, but the government denies it isn't doing enough
The government says the rise is due to the city's ageing population and improving economy.
Benny Tai and other Occupy Central leaders accused of unlawful demonstration in push for democracy on first day of trial
Benny Tai, Dr Chan Kin-man, and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming deny three joint counts relating to public nuisance during the 2014 sit-ins.
In the mock debate, which focused on child abuse and imitated the style of the city's Legislative Council, Heep Yunn School were named best performers.
Only half of suspended international school Tsung Tsin Think Academy's students return as classes resume
About 60 secondary school pupils were left in limbo until it was confirmed that they could continue at same site under Tsung Tsin Middle School.
Four Hong Kong swimming records were also broken, three of them by students, at the international event.
Shine Skills Centre set to make way for civil service college under scheme announced by city leader Carrie Lam last month.
With Jupas deadline fast approaching, some expert advice now that minimum HKDSE requirements have changed
With most HK universities, including HKUST and CUHK, relaxing minimum requirements here what the director of the Student Guidance Centre at Hok Yau Club advises.
Not enough food and no winter clothes: 90 per cent of HK primary school children on welfare are not having their basic needs met
Families are receiving just HK$3,000 a month on average and many cannot adequately feed their children or afford enough winter clothes, study finds.
Public nuisance trial of 9 key Occupy figures including co-founders Benny Tai, Chan Kin-man and Chu Yiu-ming begins in HK today
Biggest trial concerning 2014 civil disobedience movement is expected to last for more than two weeks