Gaming | Chief Executive: Ban on foreign croupiers here to stay

Chief Executive Chui Sai On has backed last week’s stance from the Secretary for Economy and Finance, who asserted that the Macau SAR would not lift the

Ask the Vet | Active chronic hepatitis in dogs

Active chronic hepatitis is a syndrome in dogs that can have several different causes. The active chronic hepatitis consists of the inflammation of the liver tissues which in

Fire consumes apartment of family of nine

A third-floor apartment situated in Rua do Dr Pedro Lobo caught fire early on Friday morning, forcing the evacuation of some 40 residents from the building.

Domestic helper secretly gives birth in employer’s bathroom

The Judiciary Police is following up on the case of a woman from Myanmar who abandoned her newborn baby. The woman, aged 27, works

CE council completes police expansion bill

The Chief Executive Council has completed the discussion of the bill on the restructuring of the Public Security Police Force (PSP). This bill suggests introducing a

Briefs | Local man accused of MOP35 million fraud

A local resident has been accused of fraud after he borrowed MOP35 million from two of his friends and did not pay the money back. The suspect, aged 46

‘Latin Parade’ attracts 150,000 people

Crowds flocked to the city’s central streets to experience the 2018 Macao International Parade, formerly known as the “Parade through Macao, Latin city” or “Latin Parade,” which featured

IFFAM 2018 | Clean Up awarded Best Film

Clean Up” has been awarded Best Film at the 3rd International Film Festival & Awards (IFFAM), as announced last Friday at the Macao Cultural Center.

Jury President Chen Kaige presented with ‘Spirit of Cinema’

The new competition section “New Chinese Cinema” pitted six films against each other, namely “Dear Ex”, “Baby”, “Xiao Mei”, “Up the Mountain”, “Fly by Night” and “The

NETPAC Award went to Suburban Birds

Presented by Mimi Plauché, Sunny Joseph and Marco Martins, jury members from the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC), the NETPAC Award went to

Boeing delivers first 737 from China plant as trade war simmers

Boeing Co. has kicked off its industrial foray into China, handing over the first 737 Max completed in the country to Air China as executives looked past

Trade War | Executive’s arrest, security worries stymie Huawei’s reach

While a Huawei executive faces possible U.S. charges over trade with Iran, the Chinese tech giant’s ambition to be a leader in next-generation telecoms is

Opinion | China confronts its eternal dilemma again

China’s top leaders meet this week in Beijing to set economic policy objectives for the coming year. The central question is whether they will do what they want

Analysis | China’s made in 2025 ambitions are a paper tiger

China’s industrial ambitions have the U.S. on edge. But what has actually come of its plans for global technology domination? Beijing is considering delaying targets

Beijing suspends tariff hikes on US cars, auto parts

China announced a 90-day suspension of tariff hikes on U.S. cars, trucks and auto parts following its cease-fire in a trade battle with Washington that threatens

Australia | Canberra recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

Australia has decided to formally recognize west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, but won’t move its embassy until there’s a peace settlement between Israel and the Palestinians, Prime

UN climate talks | Nations back universal emissions rules at Poland summit

After two weeks of bruising negotiations, officials from almost 200 countries agreed yesterday universal, transparent rules that will govern efforts to cut emissions and curb global

Brexit | May pushes back against second vote report, accuses Blair of boycotting talks

As Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to face lawmakers in Parliament today, she and her team pushed back on reports that cabinet ministers have been working

Offbeat | Scuba-diving Santa brings holiday cheer to fish, museumgoers

It’s a busy time for Santa Claus, but he’s making time to feed some fish in San Francisco. The California Academy of Sciences launched its holiday

This Day in History | 1942 – Britain condemns massacre of Jews

The British Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden, has told the House of Commons about mass executions of Jews by Germans in occupied Europe. Mr Eden also read

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