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Police roadblocks set up in Kowloon West to track down suspects’ white getaway car.
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Khaw Kim Sun, the Malaysian professor has been found guilty of murdering his wife and teenage daughter using a gas filled yoga ball.
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The 15 members of a church youth group cleared a biking trail and pedestrian areas.
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A row has broken out between China and Sweden over what China says is the bad treatment of mainland tourists in Sweden. A man and his parents had tried to check into Generator Stockholm hostel just after midnight on September 2.
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A British diver who helped rescue youth soccer players trapped in a cave in Thailand is suing Elon Musk, alleging that the Tesla CEO falsely accused him of being a pedophile.
The statement was released by Seoul on Wednesday after a Pyongyang summit.
The majority of English Schools Foundation schools will be open to students today. Five schools will remain closed for clean-up and recovery.
Rachel Shing doesn't limit her shooting to the sporting arena, and her favourite band - no joke - is Big Bang
It would have been difficult for students to attend classes due to public transport chaos.
We’re less than a week away from the Mid-Autumn Festival, so what better time for a mooncake taste testing? Team YP sampled five different pastries to see which shone the brightest
Teachers’ union urges Education Bureau to provide funds for post-typhoon campus clean-ups and repairs.
The head of child protection at the rights group also wants children in Hong Kong to have a say in the laws which should protect them.
The government has announced classes are suspended for 18 September.
Hong Kong Observatory said sustained winds reached 250km/h, while security minister John Lee calls damage to city ‘serious and extensive’.