Carlos Marreiros firm wins design bid for Central Library

The architecture firm of local artist and architect Carlos Marreiros has been selected to design and plan the construction of the New Macau Central Library, and is

Ask the Vet | Common causes of canine vision loss

Canine vision loss can occur for several reasons and may occur gradually or suddenly, depending on the cause. Recognizing the symptoms of vision loss and catching the problem

Policy Address | Flyover planned to connect new bridge to former P. Horizon site

The government has planned to build a flyover in the vicinity of Amizade roundabout to improve traffic conditions around the northern area, Chief Executive (CE)

Courts | Au Kam San testifies in Son Pou case

Lawmaker Au Kam San was called to the Court of First Instance last Friday, to provide his testimony regarding the lawsuit between Polytec Asset Holdings Ltd

Number of approved residency applications decrease

The number of approved applications and applicants at the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) decreased in the first half of 2018, as case review

Briefs | Real estate transactions plunge in Q3

A total of 3,151 building units and parking spaces were purchased and sold in the third quarter of 2018 as per the Stamp Duty record, and the total value

Growing interest in Macau-related history

Interest in Macau-related history is growing in several parts of the world, Rui Lourido, the president of the Observatory for China, told the Times. The Portuguese scholar

Macau Grand Prix | Secretary Tam says safety precautions are standard

While announcing the closing of the 65th Macau Grand Prix yesterday, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam stressed that all safety precautions during this year’s

EU set to tighten rules on foreign investment to fend off China

The European Union is hammering out the first bloc-wide rules to prevent foreign investments from threatening national security, as Chinese acquisitions foster political unease.

Gaming | Saipan casino closes after typhoon, memo says

The island casino operated by Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd. that caters to Chinese high rollers on the remote U.S. territory of Saipan is closing down

Corporate bits | Sands China awards outstanding team members

Sands China Ltd. honoured some of its outstanding team members at the 10th edition of its Because We Care Team Members Awards on Thursday at The Parisian Macao.

Interpol meets to select new president after China’s arrest

Police chiefs from around the world gathered in Dubai yesterday for Interpol’s general assembly to select a new president after the agency’s former leader was detained in

Pacific summit ends with no communique as China, US differ

An acrimonious meeting of world leaders in Papua New Guinea failed to agree yesterday on a final communique, highlighting widening divisions between global powers China and the

Hotels apologize for cleaning lapses caught on video

Luxury Chinese hotels run by Hilton, Marriott and several other chains apologized for unhygienic practices after a video went viral on the Internet showing housekeeping staff

Thailand | Boat that sank in July killing 47 Chinese recovered

Officials on Saturday recovered a boat that sank in rough weather off Thailand’s southern resort island of Phuket in July, killing 47 Chinese tourists. Two tour

US, allies to bring electricity to most of Papua New Guinea

The U.S., Japan, New Zealand and Australia said they’ll bring electricity to 70 percent of Papua New Guinea’s people by 2030, boosting the West’s response to growing

Analysis | Experts weigh the record of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge tribunal

After spending nine years and more than USD300 million to prosecute leaders of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge responsible for the deaths of 1.7 million of their

India | Cyclone kills 33, thousands in relief camps

A powerful cyclone in southern India has killed at least 33 people, caused massive damage to homes and roads and drove tens of thousands of people into relief camps,

Ticktum takes victory lane for the second-time in Macau

Daniel Ticktum won the FIA F3 World Cup in Macau for the second-time in a row yesterday, becoming the third driver to achieve two Formula 3 victories

Lawyer for WikiLeaks’ Assange says he would fight charges

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not willingly travel to the United States to face charges filed under seal against him, one of his lawyers said,

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