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Macau Eco TrailHiker on November 8

In order to further promote the importance of preserving the natural environment, the organizers of the Macau TrailHiker have named this year’s event “The Sands ... Full story

Mozambican week returns to town

The Mozambican week returns to town tomorrow, but this year the Mozambique Friends’ Association was able to gather further support for the event and is ... Full story

Lau Si Io warns against LRT Macau section stalling

The Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Lau Si Io, has claimed that the government might not be able to carry out public tendering for ... Full story

GAMING: Rolex for casino cash fuels pawnshops

Yeah Lee Ching recalls when a lady walked into her pawnshop in Singapore and pledged a USD10,000 diamond-studded gold Rolex watch to bankroll casino spending. ... Full story

MYD urges gov’t to preserve relics on site

The Macau Youth Dynamics (MYD) have reiterated that the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) should preserve an excavation site in Coloane where relics were found - ... Full story

Health Bureau to recruit 349 staff this year

To account for the future establishment of new medical and health facilities in Macau, the Health Bureau (SSM) has announced the intention to recruit 349 ... Full story

Cheong Sio Kei leaves DSPA, admits environmental protection behind expectations

Cheong Sio Kei is leaving his post as director of the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA). He will be temporarily replaced by the deputy director of ... Full story

Thailand’s political turmoil “a cyclic event,” says historian

Thailand’s political turmoil is “nothing new,” says local historian and former Cultural Affairs Bureau head Jorge Morbey, who lived for four years in the Southeast ... Full story

Cotai Land Deal “is another attempt to bully Wynn,” company says

The recently launched website Cotai Land Deal has been seen by Wynn Resorts as another attempt by Jeffrey Fiedler, from the International Union of Operating ... Full story

Arts Festival comes to a close, ticket sales near 90 pct

The 25th Macao Arts Festival (MAF) has come to a close, following over a month of more than different 30 acts, and more than 200 ... Full story

Opponents to Taipa gas station received “bureaucratic answers”

Residents of Small Taipa Hill felt that the government only gave them a bureaucratic response during a meeting two days ago regarding the dispute over ... Full story

More than 500 students graduate from MPI

It’s the season of graduation. Yesterday about 500 graduates from the Macao Polytechnic Institute (MPI) were conferred with bachelor degrees or diplomas.Officiating the graduation ceremony, ... Full story

Gov’t encourages casual clothes for energy-saving

The annual “Casual Clothes in Summer, Save the Energy” campaign kicked off yesterday. Organized by the Office for the Development of Energy Sector (GDSE), the ... Full story

Lawmaker demands action on accumulated court cases

Leong Veng Chai has asked the Macau government to reveal its plan for reforming the local judicial system, as well as the assistance it provides ... Full story

BRIEFS: Macau to build one more power line to mainland

Arnaldo Santos, head of the Office of the Development of the Energy Sector (GDSE), has revealed that the Macau government is planning to build a ... Full story

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