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The poem made fun of an officer’s coronavirus infection; the teacher claimed he didn’t know the true meaning and deleted it from Facebook.
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Workers' unions have expressed confusion over conditions for their return, including signing a form that they are returning to the city at their own risk.
The Observatory may take down the Cold Weather Warning that has been in effect since Saturday.
Nearly 200 stores closed in 14 malls, as retailers staged an unprecedented strike to ask for rental cut following protests and amid Covid-19 outbreak.
Three secondary school girls win the 2019 BASF Kids' Lab Experiment Challenge for creating a "leaf" out of algae that can absorb carbon dioxide.
Bypassing quarantine measures is a criminal offence punishable by a maximum fine of HK$25,000 and six months’ jail
Demonstrations took place at five locations across the city, as the government struggles to bring back people stranded abroad.
As people panic buy basic necessities, three men rob a Mong Kok grocery store of HKD$1,600 worth of bathroom tissue
Kwong Wing Catering says staff don’t speak Mandarin, in move seen as attempt to deter customers from mainland China
More than 100 people queued outside the newly opened Kai Tak rail station to board the inaugural service on the Tuen Ma line.
The Education Bureau announced classes would be suspended until at least March 16, so we asked readers, including those about to take the HKDSE, what they thought about this.