Crime | Dispute ends in brawl, 1 arrested

A man was caught on video wielding a knife while chasing two others down a street, as shown in footage posted on a social media network. The incident

CNY tourist numbers over MGTO’s expectations

The total number of visitor arrivals for the 2019 Chinese New Year holiday had already exceeded last year’s figures, with nearly 1.4 million tourists recorded

Ask the Vet | Kennel training a puppy

Kennel training a puppy can be an easy task if done correctly. Be patient with your puppy until he is excited to spend time in his kennel.

Gaming tycoon hospitalized | Relatives say Stanley Ho’s health condition is not serious

Ina Chan, Stanley Ho’s third wife, dismissed reports that the casino tycoon has been admitted to intensive care, as reported by several media outlets. According

Domestic violence | Recovering victim has MOP 1.8m in medical expenses

Authorities have issued an update on the condition of a 31-year-old woman who was the victim of a domestic violence case in July 2018. According to

Alexis Tam meets Portuguese Minister of Education

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam met with Portuguese Minister of Education Tiago Brandão Rodrigues last week. Topics discussed during the Lisbon meeting included strengthening

Wong Sio Chak not considering running for CE

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said that he has never considered running in the next Chief Executive (CE) election, according to media reports.  During the Lunar New

Boxing | ‘The Macau Kid’ to fight in Hainan

Local boxer Ng Kuok Kun, most popularly known as KK or “The Macau Kid,” is set to fight in Hainan in February, with a sponsorship from

Second CNY parade held yesterday

Following a parade to celebrate Chinese New Year on February 7, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) organized a second float parade in the northern district yesterday night. A

Banks issued 1.3m credit cards by end of December

The number of personal credit cards issued by local banks rose to over 1.3 million by the end of December 2018, as both credit card turnover and

Environment | Single-use plastic bag charge legislation expected in 2019

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) expects to complete legislation for a bill related to charging for single-use plastic shopping bags this year. Director of DSPA

Emirates to fill pilot gap with exodus from Etihad, Norwegian

Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, may feed its appetite for new pilots with recruits from ailing neighbor Etihad Airways and cash-strapped discounter Norwegian Air Shuttle

Gaming | US: Live from Caesars Palace: Sports betting will get TV spotlight

Turner Broadcasting, the cable-TV giant behind CNN, TBS and TNT, plans to put a broadcast studio right inside the sportsbook at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas,

Pilot strike at Taiwan’s China Airlines drags into 3rd day

A strike among pilots at Taiwan’s flag carrier China Airlines dragged into a third day yesterday, resulting in further flight cancellations. There was no immediate word of a

US ambassador: ‘Unlawful’ arrests of Canadians deemed unacceptable

The U.S. ambassador to Canada said Saturday her country is “deeply concerned” about China’s “unlawful” detention of two Canadians. Ambassador Kelly Craft said in a statement to

Turkey urges Beijing to respect Uighur rights, close camps

Turkey has called China’s treatment of its minority Uighurs “a great cause of shame for humanity.” In a statement Saturday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said it’s

US | Fentanyl sanctions bill announced before China talks

The Senate’s top Democrat is introducing legislation to “hold China accountable” and sanction laboratories and other traffickers who export fentanyl to the United States. The bill,

CNY | 13 killed in highway accidents amid travel rush

Accidents on icy highways in central China left at least 13 dead and dozens injured this weekend as millions of families were heading home from the Lunar New Year

Thailand puzzles over political surprises from royals

A Thai political party swore loyalty to the king after its stunning decision to nominate the monarch’s sister as its candidate for prime minister backfired when the king called

Woman acquitted of blasphemy still can’t leave Pakistan

A Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy after spending eight years on death row in Pakistan has been transferred from a secret location near the capital to another in Karachi,

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