Lawmakers discontented with quality of public housing

Several lawmakers within the Legislative Assembly (AL) remain discontented with the construction quality of public housing and have submitted written inquiries to the government on the

Scheme to shorten waiting period at airport underway

The health authorities are still working on a new scheme that was recently announced regarding the reduced waiting time of arrivals to Macau, following several reports

School resumption Students and teaching staff required to present NAT certificate on first day

Tertiary and non-tertiary education teaching staff and students are required to present a negative nucleic acid test (NAT) result taken within 72 hours prior to the

Authorities admit source of positive case at Treasure Hotel unknown

The health authorities said they are investigating the source of a positive case at Treasure Hotel and suspect that the employee was infected due to the

US to hold trade talks with Taiwan, island drills military

The U.S. government will hold trade talks with Taiwan in a sign of support for the island democracy that China claims as its own territory,

‘Sandwich class’ housing law ready in October

One of the few novelties presented during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) session was the news that the law that will regulate the access and conditions

July visitors drop 99% amid outbreak

Visitor arrivals in July drastically dropped by 98.8% year-on-year to 9,759 due to the city’s partial lockdown in response to its largest outbreak since mid-June.

Visitor expenditures cut by nearly 50% in Q2

The total spending of visitors (excluding gaming expenses) dropped by 46.3% year-on-year to MOP3.85 billion in the second quarter of 2022.  Total spending of

UM welcomes 3,900 new students in record high applications 

The University of Macau (UM) welcomed over 3,900 new students yesterday in an online ceremony for the 2022/2023 academic year. This year has seen a record number of

GEG confident in new concession, reports 40% revenue drop in Q2

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) recorded a net revenue of HKD2.4 billion in the second quarter, down 56% year-on-year and down 41% quarter-on-quarter. According to its

Multi-property VP receives accolade from Marriott International Greater China

Janet McNab, multi-property vice president of The St. Regis Macao and Sheraton Grand Macao, was recently awarded the Mustang Award from Marriott International. The annual award

Political activists plead guilty amid crackdown

Authorities in Hong Kong say 29 out of 47 pro-democracy activists charged with “conspiracy to commit subversion” under a tough National Security Law entered guilty pleas

China, Japan officials meet amid Taiwan tensions

Chinese and Japanese officials have met in northern China amid renewed tensions over Beijing’s military threats against Taiwan and after Tokyo protested China’s firing of missiles

16 dead, 18 missing in flash flood in western China

A sudden rainstorm in western China triggered a landslide that diverted a river and caused flash flooding in populated areas, killing at least 16 people and leaving

UN investigator: Contemporary slavery extensive around globe

A U.N. investigator says contemporary forms of slavery are widely practiced around the world, including forced labor for Uyghur minority, bonded labor for the lowest caste

2003 UN envoy dies in Baghdad bombing

A massive bomb has wrecked the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad, killing at least 17 people including the UN’s chief envoy to Iraq, Sergio Vieira de Mello.

Jamie Foxx hunts vampires in comedy ‘Day Shift’

This year marks the centennial anniversary of F. W. Murnau’s “Nosferatu,” a long time for us humans but only a blip for vampires. If you

Wonders in nuances

Cantonese cuisine is known for its elegance in flavours. Original taste of ingredients is slightly enhanced with sophisticated cooking methods that require patience and skills

The Hammer Hill 1350M Sand

2022-08-19 | Fri | 20:15 Trainer K.H Leong has doing so well in these past few meetings; Leong a veteran MJC trainer knows well to push his horses into form

Hong Kong seeks citizens caught in Southeast Asia scams

Hong Kong officials said yesterday they are seeking the return of citizens who traveled to Southeast Asia for jobs that entrapped them in scams and virtual slavery.

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