Funding set for children’s projects

The Commission on Children today approved 43 applications for a total of $9.1 million in funding to support projects by childcare groups, non-governmental organisations...

Human remains removal gazetted

An order to remove and dispose of human remains buried in 2012 in six public cemeteries was gazetted today.   The six cemeteries are the coffin...

Healthy cooking demos set

People visiting the Food Expo on August 16 will be able to learn about low-salt and low-sugar cooking by watching demonstrations by renowned Japanese and...

Joshua Law visits AFCD

Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law visited the Tai Tong Forest Nursery of the Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department in Yuen Long today.   Joined...

WKCDA board chair re-appointed

The Government today announced that the Chief Executive has re-appointed Henry Tang as Chairman of the Board of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA).   The...

Social enterprises to join food fair

Eight social enterprises will offer quality and delicious food at the Trade Development Council Food Expo 2019.   The Home Affairs Department said the annual expo...

HK youths take WorldSkills challenge

Skills create opportunities and are the foundation of economic progress. This is what inspired Mechatronics competitors Au Yeung Ka Ming and Tony Yeung to...

Community hall to open

Director of Home Affairs Janice Tse officated at the opening ceremony for the North Point Community Hall in Eastern District today.   The hall will begin...

Cleaning campaign extended

The interdepartmental Pest Control Steering Committee met today to review anti-rodent work and decided to extend the city-wide cleaning operation by three months.   The operation,...

CE visits Tai Wai Market

Chief Executive Carrie Lam today inspected the site for the new public market at Tin Shui Wai and reviewed the progress of improvement works...

Hospital contingency plan set

Queen Mary Hospital today announced its wartime bomb contingency plan as it undergoes its Phase I Redevelopment Project.   Under the redevelopment project, the Pathology Building,...

Law Chi-kwong visits Tokyo

Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong today visited organisations providing elderly-friendly services during a visit to Tokyo, Japan.   Dr Law first visited the...

Lau Kong-wah joins sports day

Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah today shared the fun of exercising with the public at Kowloon Park Sports Centre on Sport For All...

Young designers fashion the future

Five institutions including the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Design Institute, Caritas Bianchi College of Careers, as well as two Mainland colleges were...

Lennon wall rumours clarified

The Food & Environmental Hygiene Department clarified rumours which claimed that the department issued internal instructions asking its staff not to take any action against...

HK athletes to join national games

Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah today officiated at the Flag Presentation Ceremony of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Delegation to the Second...

ISD clarifies rumour

The Information Services Department today dismissed an online post which claimed that the department’s senior management had forced colleagues to sign a letter to...

Summer reading event starts

Summer Reading Fiesta was launched today, providing a wide range of activities to encourage parents and children to read together this summer.   Speaking at the event's...

Breastfeeding support urged

The Department of Health marked World Breastfeeding Week 2019 today with an event to protect, promote and support breastfeeding through enhancing cross-sectoral collaboration.   In collaboration...

Hospitals ready for public events

Public hospitals are prepared to handle any casualties arising from mass gatherings, Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan said today.   Prof Chan told...

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