AACM issues preliminary report on Capital Airlines’ incident

The Civil Aviation Authority of Macau (AACM) has issued a preliminary report on the incident involving a Capital Airlines Airbus A320-214, listing the plane’s encounters, but not

DSEC launches population statistics database

The Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) has announced the launch of the Population Statistics Database, which aims to provide users with easy and efficient access to the

Ask the Vet | How to care for a kitten during the first 3 weeks

A kitten needs to be with his mother for the first 8 weeks of his life, however if this is not possible, you need to be the surrogate

Golden Week | National Day marked with many events, less tourists expected

A series of activities will be hosted today to celebrate the National Day, including a flag raising ceremony and a reception, to celebrate the 69th anniversary of

PH buyers dominate consultation opinions on urban renewal regime

The public consultation on the region’s urban renewal law concerning temporary and exchange houses received many opinions from former buyers of the stranded Pearl Horizon real

Briefs | GGCT monitoring Indonesian tsunami

The Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) is paying close attention to the occurrence of an earthquake and tsunami on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, and will keep in close contact

Cross-border buses start trial runs across HKZMB

Cross-border buses operated by Hong Kong companies started trial runs on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) on Friday, in preparation for the bridge’s upcoming opening.

Leong predicts ‘possible changes’ in economy for 2019

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, has warned that due to factors such as the reduction of the exchange rate of the Renminbi and

Taxi association’s app-hailing project hopes to improve service

The Macau Taxi Drivers Mutual Association has launched a mobile hailing application and a QR-code-based e-payment system created by Macau Pass, hoping to improve taxi services and

Michelin Guide Street Food Festival ends tomorrow

The second annual Michelin Guide Street Food Festival Macau, featuring Michelin-acclaimed food stalls and eateries, will be serving famed signature creations on site at Studio

SEC forces Tesla to dampen Elon Musk’s dominance

A run-in with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission may prove to be the recipe for reform that corporate governance experts have said Tesla Inc.’s board needed

Uber clampdown in Spain hurts refuge for long-term unemployed

Spain’s Socialist government’s efforts to clampdown on the growth of car-hailing apps including Uber and Cabify threaten to hurt people it claims to want to help:

China claims more patents than any country – most are worthless

For nearly a decade, China has taken great pride at filing the largest number of domestic patents. It’s proving less keen on keeping them. Despite

Top diplomat rebukes Trump’s trade policy at UN

China warned Friday that its critical relationship with the United States could break “like a glass,” and used the most global of stages to warn the Trump

Indonesia | Tsunami death toll tops 800 amid search for survivors

Rescue officials feared the full scale of Indonesia’s earthquake and tsunami could climb far past the more than 800 already confirmed dead, as several large

Everybody on plane survives crash landing in Pacific lagoon

A passenger on a plane that crashed into a Pacific lagoon on Friday said the flight attendants were panicking and he saw water pouring through a hole in

Typhoon pummels Japan, flights canceled, trains shut down

A powerful typhoon ripped through Japan on yesterday, forcing cancellations of flights and trains, including in the Tokyo area as authorities warned of strong winds and torrential rain.

Brazil | Tens of thousands say ‘not him’ to leading candidate

Tens of thousands of Brazilians took to the streets Saturday in protest against the presidential front-runner, a far-right congressman whose campaign has exposed and deepened

Group tied to literature prize still under Nobel glare

There won’t be a Nobel Prize in Literature this year but the Swedish Academy that awards the prestigious prize is still in the limelight. Jean-Claude Arnault,

This Day in History | 2005 Bombs rip through Bali restaurants

Three bomb attacks in two tourist areas on the Indonesian resort island of Bali have killed at least 26 people - among them foreign nationals. More than

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