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Edith Lin
Edith Lin
Hong Kong
Senior Reporter, Hong Kong 
Edith joined the Post as a reporter in 2022 and covers Hong Kong's housing, land and development. Prior to joining the Post, she was a reporter at Radio Television Hong Kong.
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The CEO of Neom – a US$500 billion futuristic, zero-carbon megacity under construction on the country’s northwest coast – is scheduled to host a half-day event on April 19 inviting investors to back the ambitious development.

Funeral logistics veteran says his company helped up to 150 families move their relatives’ remains overseas or back to city last year, double annual figure from 2019.

‘We want to be careful and we want to cement real businesses, which are happening at the moment … there are talks already,’ Amira Lobaton from prince’s private office says.

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Revised policy follows landmark ruling from Court of Final Appeal last year in favour of two transgender appellants over invasive surgical procedure requirement.

Housing Authority reveals figures as part of audit of 88,000 tenants carried out in October and November last year, with 250,000 ordered to declare assets before end of May.

Urban Renewal Authority announces plan to redevelop flats and shops at flower market and nearby streets, with HK$2.5 billion to be spent on acquiring properties.

About 900 households from two blocks at Wah Fu Estate will move to new homes by July 2027 at the latest in first stage of clearance for redevelopment of site.

Secretary for Security Chris Tang says total 16-day detention period gives police sufficient time to gather evidence and also preserves human rights.

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Undersecretary for Housing Victor Tai says occupancy rate among key performance indicators for city’s first 2,100 ‘light public housing’ flats in Yuen Long.