CE to visit Portugal, Brussels next month

The Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng will visit Portugal from April 18 to 22 on a visit that will be restricted to Portugal’s capital city,

Security official promises greater efforts against crime

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak pledged that the police departments will safeguard public security amid the tourism revival. The official admitted that the greater

China Everbright opens branch in Macau

China Everbright Bank yesterday opened its Macau branch with aims to “develop and serve Macau” and contribute to the development of the city’s modern finance.

Tourism official introduces Macau to Zhejiang

Deputy director Ricky Hoi of the local tourism board has highlighted Macau’s potential as a destination for study tours to a symposium in Zhejiang Province.

Thinktank: Reform of HK, Macau office sets milestone for SARs’ stability

The reform of the central leadership structure for Hong Kong and Macau affairs highlights the importance of the work on both SARs’ affairs in national strategy, said

Putin hosts Xi in the Kremlin with imperial palace pageantry

Russia and China showcased their “no-limits friendship” during a pomp-laden Kremlin ceremony intended to further cement ties amid the fighting in Ukraine. After hosting

Low visitor arrivals in 2022 accounted for fewer taxi drivers fined for unlawful behavior

In a year where Macau had reduced visitor numbers due to the pandemic, authorities have nevertheless fined a total of 60 taxi drivers for unlawful

14-year-old student falls from school building

A 14-year-old female student at Ilha Verde Secondary School is believed to have fallen from a building yesterday afternoon. The school said that the incident happened

Hongqiao airport to resume int’l flights

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport will resume international airline services this Sunday, the Shanghai airport operator announced. The resumption of international flights, which includes routes to Hong Kong, Macau

Sports bureau has no plan to revamp shooting range

The Macau International Shooting Range will not be revamped to host more competitions, the Sports Bureau (ID) announced in response to a lawmaker inquiry.

GBA’s GDP totals RMB13t in 2022

The gross domestic product (GDP)  in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) exceeded RMB13 trillion last year. The data from the Bureau of Statistics

Chui Sai Cheong appointed to the Council of MPU

Chui Sai Cheong, the vice president of the Legislative Assembly (AL) and older brother of the former Chief Executive (Chui Sai On), has been appointed

Marcos defends US military presence, which Beijing opposes

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. yesterday defended his decision to allow a larger United States military presence in the country as vital to territorial defense despite China’s

China, Japan leaders end visits to warring capitals

Ukraine faced more Russian drone attacks yesterday that killed at least three people shortly after Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida left Kyiv. Kishida was back in

Boris Johnson faces high-stakes grilling over ‘partygate’

Boris Johnson is back where he likes to be: at the center of attention. But he’s not so happy about the reason. Britain’s former prime minister faces

After rail disaster, trains gradually restart

Train services in Greece resumed yesterday for the first time since a deadly rail disaster three weeks ago, and just a day after the embattled conservative prime

1983: Reagan launches Cold War into space

President Reagan has unveiled plans to combat nuclear war in space. The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) proposes a defensive shield, using laser or particle beam technology

Sotheby’s hopes for record sale of ancient Hebrew Bible

One of the oldest surviving biblical manuscripts, a nearly complete 1,100-year-old Hebrew Bible, could soon be yours — for a cool $30 million. The Codex

Japanese beating Americans is must-see viewing

Japanese television stuck to its live coverage from Miami for almost two hours after Japan defeated the United States 3-2 to win the World Baseball Classic.

Doctors expected to testify in Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski trial

More witnesses are expected to testify today in a trial about a 2016 ski crash between Gwyneth Paltrow and a retired Utah man suing her

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