Avoid unauthorised assemblies: Gov’t

The Government today urged the public not to participate in unauthorised public meetings and processions tomorrow.   The Government in a statement said the Appeal Board...

Continued violence condemned

Police today strongly condemned radical protesters for continuing violent acts with no regard to the law, adding that they will take resolute action to...

Police call for peaceful protest

Police appealed to the public to express their opinions in a peaceful and rational manner this coming weekend.   At today’s press conference, Police Public Relations...

Detention centre claims untrue

Police have stopped using the San Uk Ling Holding Centre to allay allegations that Police mistreated those arrested for protesting against the extradition bill.   Police...

Youth arrests rising

Police today urged youngsters to consider their actions before committing serious crimes which carry legal consequences.   Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung made...

Video shows Hong Kong democrat Roy Kwong being repeatedly punched and kicked by assailants...

Lawmaker Roy Kwong from the Democratic Party was repeatedly punched and kicked by three assailants during an assault on Tuesday morning, according to footage...

Hong Kong police make arrests at Sha Tin MTR station after brief skirmish

Hong Kong police made at least two arrests on Wednesday night after briefly entering Sha Tin MTR station where angry crowds had gathered over...

China envoy rules out more concessions to Hong Kong protesters ahead of Carrie Lam’s...

by Jerome Taylor A top Chinese envoy ruled out making any further concessions to pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong on Wednesday, just a day before the city’s...

Joint fire and rescue drill held

An inter-departmental exercise simulating a hill fire and mountain rescue was held at Violet Hill in Tai Tam today.   About 170 personnel from nine departments,...

‘Grandpa Chan’ protest mediator says Hong Kong police pepper-sprayed him without warning

Elderly activist Chan Ki-kau from the Protect Our Kids Campaign – a religious group that seek to act as protest mediators – said on...

13-year-old among several arrested at Mong Kok protest

Multiple people were arrested in Mong Kok in the early hours of Wednesday after crowds gathered outside the local police station in protest. Photo: Benjamin...

Reporter at Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Apple Daily paper attacked by four men

A reporter at the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was punched and kicked by assailants in Sau Mau Ping on Tuesday night. According to the tabloid,...

Video: Beijing must protect Hong Kong’s way of life and honour Handover deal, Donald...

US President Donald Trump put China on notice at the United Nations on Tuesday over its handling of the Hong Kong crisis, urging Beijing to protect...

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam ‘heartbroken’ over underaged arrestees

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said that she was heartbroken upon hearing that many of the arrested protesters were under the age of 18, adding that...

Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker Roy Kwong attacked in Tin Shui Wai

Democratic Party lawmaker Roy Kwong has been hospitalised after he was punched and kicked by three unarmed people at around 10am on Tuesday morning....

Video: No fatalities during protests ‘remarkable’ by world standards, says Hong Kong chief Carrie...

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said it is “quite remarkable,” by world standards, that there have been no major fatalities in Hong Kong...

Hong Kong trainee solicitor allowed to practice after clarifying ‘hate speech’ against police

A trainee solicitor, whose Facebook account published “hate speech” against police on Facebook, has officially been allowed to practice as a lawyer after he...

How Hong Kong police trained for riots – and why their response to protesters...

By Carol Anne Goodwin Jones, University of Birmingham Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill, the catalyst for three months of protests, was officially withdrawn on September...

Police use of force justified

The use of force by Police is appropriate to the danger officers faced when executing their duties, Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse...

Steer clear of protest sites

Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung called on self-proclaimed first-aiders to stay away from protest sites.   Speaking at today’s press conference, Mr Tse...

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