Brexit live: Germany’s Merkel says EU is strong enough to find “right answers” to referendum

AP: Live coverage on Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union (all times are UK time): Just in: Germany's Merkel says EU is strong enough to find "right answers" to

Transportation | Raimundo do Rosário: Taipa section of Light Rapid Transit rail system to begin operation in 2019

The current developments of the Light Rail Transit (LRT), one of Macau’s most controversial infrastructure projects, was the focus of a committee meeting held yesterday at the Legislative Assembly. According to the

Former UN General Assembly chief dies amid bribery case

Former U.N. General Assembly President John Ashe of the twin-island Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda died on Wednesday in the United States as he was facing criminal charges in a bribery case.

GDI holds bid opening for the last foundation of Island Hospital

The Infrastructure Development Office (GDI) yesterday held the bid opening session for the last foundation of the first phase of the Central Laboratory of Island Medical Complex. The first phase of

HK and Macau Affairs Office to be investigated

The mainland’s anti-corruption watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) warned late on Wednesday night that it is about to begin an investigation into the Hong Kong and Macau

Tourism | Visitor arrivals up in May

Visitors arrivals totaled 2,477,591 in May, up slightly by 0.3 percent month-to-month and yet down by 2.8 percent year-on-year, according to new information released by the Statistics and Census Service.

Scott Hend | Venetian Macao Open defending champion: ‘The biggest challenge for me this year is to become the first three-time winner’

Australian golfer Scott Hend has registered once more for the Venetian Macao Open, which will take place on the greens of the Macau Golf and Country Club this October. The reigning

Public Health | Live poultry sales suspended

Live poultry sales in Macau have been suspended for at least three days, starting yesterday and continuing until Saturday, the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) and the Health Bureau

Ng Kuok Cheong urges gov’t to reveal details on regional cooperation

Lawmaker Ng Kuok Cheong believes that the Guangdong development fund for Guangdong-Macau cooperation is motivated more by political duties than by economic goals and the subsequent benefits it will bring

China & Oil woes | Panama Canal to open amid shipping downturn

The USD5.25 billion expansion of the Panama canal is set to open Sunday at a difficult moment for the international commercial shipping market. The drop in world oil prices, an economic

Asian stocks mixed ahead of Britain’s referendum

Asian shares were mixed yesterday ahead of a vote on whether Britain will opt to remain in the European Union. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 gained 0.4 percent to 16,122.53

Real Estate Matters | The biggest property investment mistakes Mistakes to avoid if you buy property – Part 3

Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties for owners and investors, and providing attractive and comfortable homes for tenants. We

Zhengzhou | 11 killed in aluminum plant accident

An accident at an aluminum refinery in central China has killed 11 workers, state media and a local official said yesterday, pointing to continuing industrial safety problems despite government-ordered improvements. The

Trade | Global steel frictions rise as China hits back at US mills

China has pushed back after the U.S. boosted anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on some of its steel products, saying mills in the world’s biggest economy lack competitiveness because they are

Hong Kong | China tourist malaise deepens from bling to buns

Hong Kong’s sharp drop in visitor arrivals from mainland China has hurt retailers’ sales from luxury watches and gems, to anti-wrinkle cream and pastries as the slowdown deepens in the