Hong Kong voter registration closes tomorrow - do your civic duty and have your say in who runs the city
Hongkongers aged 18 and up are eligible to vote in District Council elections - if you reach adulthood in September, you can still register.
Thousands gathered peacefully in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay for the annual July 1 march, while small groups caused damage to the Legco complex.
Australian-based NGO says more needs to be done than just banning plastic straws at some businesses.
The Independent Enquiry Study is often a major source of stress for students who find it time-consuming and confusing.
HK handover flag-raising ceremony on July 1 scaled back due to extradition bill protest security concerns
Home Affairs Department reduces number of people attending event held at Golden Bauhinia Square.
Hong Kong extradition bill: Carrie Lam makes first appearance in a week to boost police morale in closed-door meeting
Chief executive meets heads of police unions to thank them for staying in their posts and fulfilling their duties under severe pressure.
Pollution over Pearl River Delta region at seven-year high, despite HK government report saying emissions in decline
Results from the PRD Regional Air Quality Monitoring Network were collected from 23 monitoring stations in Hong Kong, Guangdong and Macau.
Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters rebuked by Journalists Association for harassing TVB cameraman at rally
Media group criticises protesters for ‘serious infringement of press freedom’.
The student-organised event looked slightly different to the adult-led TED Talks we are used to seeing on YouTube.
Hong Kong extradition bill: Student-led concern group pops up on Facebook - but with only 10 followers, other groups are suspicious
The Sha Tin Secondary School Fugitive Offenders Ordinance Concern Group is calling for an anti-extradition rally to be held at Legco on Saturday.