One woman in serious condition Number of injured in bus collision rises to 33

A triple collision involving two buses and a taxi on Governador Nobre de Carvalho Bridge left 33 injured, leaving one person in a serious condition, according

UM holds career and internship fair

The University of Macau (UM) kicked off its Career and Internship Fair yesterday, with over 100 companies and institutions providing opportunities for internships and full-time

Portuguese Secretary of State visits Macau

The Portuguese Secretary of State for the Portuguese Communities, José Luís Carneiro, held a meeting in Macau with representatives from several organizations, including the Consulate General

Pereira Coutinho questions government on maternity leave

Lawmaker Pereira Coutinho delivered a written enquiry to the government, last month, regarding the inequalities between the public and the private sector on the number

Macau to host supermodel competition

This year, the 10th Annual World Supermodel Production and International Fashion Show will be held with a “business theme” in Macau at the Macau Tower.

Authorities questioned on the use of DNA tests to assess paternity

A Portuguese lawyer residing in the region claimed that the Public Security Police (PSP) is requiring DNA tests for a few Portuguese parents who wish to acquire

MGTO chief holds seminar on HKZMB

The Macau European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) recently held a March luncheon meeting with keynote speaker, Maria Helena Senna de Fernandes, the director of the Macau

Gaming operators highlight non-gaming offerings

The region’s six gaming operators presented their non-gaming and entertainment facilities during the “Macau Integrated Tourism & Leisure and Corporate Social Responsibility Forum” yesterday. To collaborate on

Lai Chi Vun | Advocacy group wants shipyards to be included on cultural heritage list

A group of concerned citizens calling themselves the “Lai Chi Vun Shipyard Concern Group” handed a petition to the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) yesterday morning.

Briefs | CAEAL to launch campaigns on voting

The Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly election (CAEAL) gathered again yesterday to discuss electoral awareness and how to promote the importance of voting, the Government Information

Film | Local director’s short earns two more int’l awards

Local translator, interpreter and filmmaker Cheong Kin Man’s award-winning film, “A Useless Fiction”, was this month bestowed with two further awards at two Indian film festivals.

Three architecture seminars next week at IFT

Co-organized by Albergue SCM, the Macau Architects Association (AAM) and the Macau Association of Engineers (AEM), a series of three seminars about architecture and sustainability technologies will

Local institutions team up to promote autism awareness

A signing ceremony was held yesterday at the Macau Cable headquarters to officiate a Memorandum of Understanding between the Macau Autism Association (MAA) and the Macau Design

Former Portuguese President’s biographic revelations on Macau

The second volume of the memoirs of Jorge Sampaio, the 18th President of Portugal who led the country for a decade between 1996 and 2006,

Education | IPM’s nursing program certified by UK’s QAA

The UK’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) announced that the Macau Polytechnic Institute’s (IPM) Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program has met the

Taiwan resident disappears after landing in Macau

A Taiwanese community college manager and member of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party has allegedly disappeared – possibly in Macau - while en route to Guangdong Province, according