Police expect 500,000 daily entry and exits during seven-day holiday

Police authorities are expecting the daily average number of inbound and outbound trips will exceed 500,000 during the seven-day National Day Holiday, describing it as “more than

SJM to revamp Ponte 16, pledges to keep clock tower

Piers 14 and 16 at Inner Harbour, as well as San Ma Lo, will be revamped as SJM Resorts, S.A.’s participation in the traditional district rejuvenation

Macau reports first monkeypox case

Macau has reported the first case of monkeypox in the city, urging people at high risk to be vaccinated against the disease. The patient is a

DSSCU to evaluate market after receiving only one bid

The government has only received one bid for the BT8 and BT9a lot projects – after it launched a public tender last month for the lease

Las Vegas hospitality workers permit union to call strike against hotels, casinos

Tens of thousands of Las Vegas hospitality workers fighting for new union contracts voted yesterday to authorize a strike that could impact more than three dozen

Many powerful leaders skipped UNGA, creating space for emerging voices to rise

Togo’s foreign minister wasn’t having any of it. He talked of an accelerating “African awakening,” of a resolve to “fight our own battles,” of a refusal

Joint police operation concludes with nearly 5,000 inspections

The joint police operation of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau - “Operation Thunder 2023” - has busted 122 people suspected of prostitution, as well as 182 cases involving fraud,

Man hit by car dies

A man hit by a private car died from serious injuries in a traffic accident at the roundabout of Leonel Sousa in Taipa. The Public Security Police said

Plans to promote Macau in EU underway

The plan to promote Macau in the European market will be launched next year with discounts on the purchase of plane tickets, according to the deputy director of

Gov’t forms alcohol control alliance

The Macau Alcohol Control Alliance was launched yesterday with 33 members, to promote awareness of alcohol control in the SAR. Health Bureau (SSM) director Alvis Lo said in

August hotel guests total 1.31 million amid holidays

The number of guests of hotel establishments in August leapt by 234.7% year-on-year to 1.31 million guests. Those from mainland China (968,000), Hong Kong (206,000) and Taiwan (27,000) jumped

China accuses Taipei of using economic and trade issues to seek independence

The Chinese government yesterday accused Taiwan’s ruling party of seeking independence, a day after the self-governing island’s president lobbied for Australia’s support in joining a regional trade

China allegedly puts Evergrande’s billionaire founder in police custody: report

Hui Ka Yan, the billionaire chairman of  According to the report yesterday, Hui was “taken away by Chinese police earlier this month and is being monitored

With spying charges behind him, NYPD officer now fighting to be reinstated

A suspended New York City police officer who had been accused -- then later cleared -- of spying for China is fighting to be reinstated, but the department

As mental health worsens among women, the UN is asked to declare ‘gender apartheid’

The U.N.’s most powerful body must support governments seeking to legally declare the intensifying crackdown by Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers on women and girls “gender apartheid,” the head

Belarus’ top diplomat says he can’t imagine his nation entering the war in Ukraine alongside Russia

The foreign minister of Belarus, which has a strategic partnership with Russia, says he cannot envision a situation where his country would enter the war in

1985 Riots in Brixton after police shooting

Riots have broken out on the streets of south London after a woman was shot and seriously injured in a house search. Armed officers raided

IndyCar’s return marks major comeback for 120-year-old Milwaukee Mile

Once a fixture on the IndyCar racing circuit, the Milwaukee Mile lost its spot on the schedule and was in danger of closing altogether on multiple

A fire at a wedding hall in northern Iraq has killed around 100 people and injured 150

A raging fire seemingly caused by fireworks set off to celebrate a Christian wedding consumed a hall packed with guests in northern Iraq, killing around 100 people and

Taylor Swift is a fan of Travis Kelce and suddenly, so is everyone else

Taylor Swift’s  Following the 12-time Grammy Award winner’s appearance at Arrowhead Stadium, jersey sales for the All-Pro tight-end seemingly skyrocketed. According to sportswear and fan merchandise

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