Hong Kong is acting as the gateway for illegal ivory entering China - where the item is high in demand.
The lesbian daughter of a Hong Kong tycoon who offered millions to any man who could seduce and marry her has appealed to her father.
Precisely how US fugitive Edward Snowden got out of Hong Kong remains a mystery, but many here in China are hailing him as a hero.
The owner of Birmingham City Football Club has been found guilty of five counts of money laundering by a Hong Kong court.
Carson Yeung previously denied laundering a total of US$93 million (£55.5 million) between January 2001 and December 2007.
Yeung is due for sentencing on Friday.
Dozens of protesters from a pro-Beijing political party have demanded an apology from Washington over allegations by former National Security Agency (NASA) contractor Edward Snowden that the US hacked into Hong Kong computer systems.
Despite the rain in Hong Kong protesters gathered outside the US Embassy and delivering a letter through the bars of the Consulate General's base.
Snowden named Hong Kong's Chinese University, where its server exchange serves up to 80 percent of Hong Kong's domestic internet traffic, as a possible hacking target.
A giant rubber duck sculpture, created by a Dutch conceptual artist, caught the attention of people in Hong Kong today as it floated in front of the city's skyline.
Florentijn Hofman's 16.5 metre-high creation made its first public appearance at Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour and will be exhibited at the Ocean Terminal for a month.
Hundreds of people dressed in costumes and pyjamas took part in a pillow fight in Hong Kong, joining other cities around the world to celebrate International Pillow Fight Day.
Crowds cheered in an open plaza in Hong Kong's central financial district as the pillow fighter organiser, Tom Grundy, started the fight, saying; "You can take our freedom, but you cannot take our pillows."
A study has found that England's most able youngsters, make less progress in maths, than their peers abroad.
Compared to 12 other countries, including Singapore, Japan and Russia, researchers have called for more focus on children's maths skills from an early age.
The report said "cultural and social factors" could be behind strong scores in East Asian countries, with education more highly valued, from higher salaries to heavy investment.
Shadow schools minister Kevin Brennan has accused Michael Gove of having the "wrong priorities".
A report out today has highlighted a knowledge gap between English and East Asian pupils in maths.
– Kevin Brennan, Shadow schools minister
This report shows Michael Gove has the wrong priorities. It says we need to provide more support in basic skills at primary level, but this Government has cut support for catch-up tuition in English and maths, resulting in a 40% drop in the number of pupils getting this help.