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Eight crew saved from sinking barge in rough seas off Hong Kong Disneyland as Typhoon Mangkhut pummelled city

With T10 signal in force, barge started taking in water but crew’s efforts with pumps were to no avail

More than 600 roads blocked and chaotic scenes at Hong Kong MTR stations as grim Typhoon Mangkhut recovery begins

After one of the most powerful storms on record to hit the city, suspensions and delays mean confusion and long waits for residents

Super Typhoon Mangkhut predicted to be most powerful storm since records began and Hong Kong could take direct hit

Forecast from Observatory puts storm within 100km of city on Sunday, with sustained winds of up to 220km/h

Johor to gazette areas to preserve rare plant species

TANJUNG PIAI: Johor National Park Corporation is gazetting two areas in the state to help preserve two rare and endangered species from extinction.

Tunku Idris Iskandar (in black shirt) being briefed on Tanjung Piai National Park. Looking on is Osman Sapian (third from left).

Hong Kong hospital apologises for patient’s death after student nurse performed unsupervised procedure

Elderly man died after the student attempted tracheal suction on the patient, who later suffered a cardiac arrest

Five infected with hepatitis E after receiving organs from same Hong Kong woman

Hospital in touch with affected recipients, in what is thought to be the first case of its kind in the city

A dead Indonesian woman, a sick Indian rubber tree, and the two closely linked Hong Kong companies handed multimillion-dollar deals to care for it

Post investigation raises questions about relationship between City Landscaping and C.K. Garden, the two firms responsible for maintaining branch that fell and killed domestic helper Jumiati Supadi

Girl, 12, attacked by dog in Hong Kong village and forced to miss 20 days of school, wins HK$580,000

Court judgment says compensation for treatment needed as psychological trauma and physical scars from Akita encounter will be lifelong

Chinese couple crowdfund for grandson’s hospital bills, and put their house up for sale, after he falls six storeys from window

Lu Pengyinuo, six, has been in hospital for a year, and his grandparents have used all their savings to pay his bills. Desperate to keep his treatment going, they launched a crowdfunding appeal, as many Chinese families do

More than 80 people trapped in lifts due to sudden voltage dip as Bebinca edges closer to Hong Kong

HK Electric and CLP confirm split-second drop at 9.10am on Tuesday

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