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Photo-taking hiker rescued after falling into Little Hawaii Falls
A Hong Kong woman who fell into the “Little Hawaii Falls” in Tseung Kwan O was rescued and taken to hospital.
Police received a report at 1.47pm on Sunday from a hiker, saying a woman fell into the waterfall and went missing.
Firemen launched a search and found the woman on a rock under the waterfall.
She was conscious when she was found by rescuers, and was sent to Tseung Kwan O Hospital for treatment.
Sources said it was believed that she was posing for pictures when she fell into the waterfall by accident.
Little Hawaii Falls is a popular hiking destination close to the Tseung Kwan O city center. It is the major attraction on the 2.5 kilometer Little Hawaii trail which takes around an hour.
Beijing’s representative in Hong Kong stresses constitution’s supremacy
‘Failing to recognise the constitution’s supreme status … is to forget how the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region came about,’ liaison office chief says.
HK's first Chinese medicine hospital to commence service in 2025
The first Chinese medicine hospital in Hong Kong is expected to commence service in phases starting 2025, said Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor.
Fun and games as Olympians charm Hong Kong crowd at variety show
Athletes share their experiences and take part in number of lighthearted games, winning loud applause and laughter from the spectators.
Stephen Chow Sau-yan takes office as Bishop of the Catholic Diocese
Stephen Chow Sau-yan took office as the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong on Saturday.
Engineer who pleads guilty of riot quotes Martin Luther King
A 26-year-old engineer who pleaded guilty to rioting in Sheung Wan during the unrest quoted Martin Luther King and lines from Stephen Chow Sing-chi's movie, saying “A riot is th...
Hong Kong’s new Catholic bishop vows to heal divisions, foster next generation
Stephen Chow was consecrated and installed as bishop on Saturday afternoon after the post had sat vacant for nearly three years.
Mainland Olympians' visit strengthens HK's national pride
The visit of the Chinese mainland Olympian delegation strengthens Hong Kong people's pride towards the nation, said Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administ...
Hong Kong elections chief insists Legislative Council poll will go smoothly
Meanwhile, the agency that enforces Hong Kong election law says it is keeping an eye on reports of people inciting others to boycott the poll or cast spoiled ballots.
HK sees four imported cases involving Delta variant, all vaccinated
Hong Kong recorded four imported cases on Saturday, and all four patients, carrying the L452R (Delta) variant, had received two doses of a Covid vaccine.
Hong Kong restaurants likely to get Covid-19 app exemptions for kids, elderly
Authorities ‘open to granting a few exemptions’, sector leader says, noting the number of Hongkongers without a smartphone is relatively small. Remarks come as city confirms fou...
Will Hong Kong benefit from Didi’s exit from New York’s exchange?
A Hong Kong listing by Didi Chuxing will test bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing’s readiness to consider Chinese firms facing regulatory action in mainland China.
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