Environment | DSPA outlines campaign roadmap for 2019

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) continues its work on the conservation, reuse, and recycling of resources, the Bureau noted yesterday at a press conference at the CEM

Health | SSM to test Filipino measles immunity in new survey

The Health Bureau (SSM) is set to commence a sample survey on the immunity of measles, opening the application to Filipino domestic helpers. According to a statement,

Education | MUST student wins national English-speaking contest

A third-year student of the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) won the first prize of a China-wide English-speaking competition. Winner Cheng Xue-rong is a

Capital Airlines crash-landing | Aviation Authority report points to flaws in airport and airline

The Civil Aviation Authority of Macao (AACM) published yesterday its final report on the investigation into an incident in August last year, when a Beijing Capital Airlines

Police investigating cases of illegal loans

The Judiciary Police (PJ) is investigating crimes related to illegal loans, according to the Office of the Secretary for Security. The PJ’s statement came in

Fiscal reserves recorded loss of MOP2.9 billion in 2018

The fiscal reserve of the Monetary Authority of Macau (AMCM) registered losses amounting to some MOP2.9 billion in (USD360 million) in 2018, corresponding to negative growth of

Briefs | Macau Taxi hopes to receive government subsidies

Macau Radio Taxi Services Limited (Macau Taxi) hopes that the Macau SAR government can provide the company with subsidies to support it in providing accessible services. During yesterday’s

Public works | Flooding prevention projects stranded at AL committee

The 10 measures announced by the government that aim to fix or at least relieve the effects of severe storms and high tides have not yet moved

China Europe Int’l Business Association | ‘Macau is not suitable for entrepreneurship’

Macau is not a good place for people to start a business, said Derio Chan, President of China Europe International Business Association (CEIBA), during yesterday’s seminar

Gaming | King of Las Vegas claims manicurist played him for USD7.5 million

For years, executives at Wynn Resorts concealed allegations of sexual misconduct against company founder Steve Wynn, according to a long-awaited report by Massachusetts casino regulators released Tuesday

Net gambling gang busted on mainland with 17 arrested

Police in central China’s Hunan Province busted an online gambling gang and captured 17 suspects, with the amount of money involved exceeding 100 million yuan (MOP120.5 million).

Opinion | Belt and Road without China? Yes, it’s possible

Italy’s new role in the Belt and Road Initiative has alarmed G-7 allies fearful of China’s expanding reach. Give it time: This project is going to look a lot

Over concerns, HK introduces revised extradition laws

Hong Kong introduced revised extradition laws before the legislature yesterday despite concerns they would allow suspects to be sent to face torture and unfair trials in mainland

Guangdong cities to pilot skilled migration system

Guangdong has proposed a more preferential permanent residence policy for talent and will pilot a skilled migration system in nine cities in the Pearl River Delta, local

Fortnum & Mason launches first overseas store in HK

Fortnum & Mason Plc, the London retailer known for its Christmas gift hampers and royal warrant to supply groceries to the queen, is opening its first overseas

China soy sauce maker’s shareholders explore sale

Shareholders of Honworld Group Ltd. are exploring a sale of the Chinese soy sauce maker, which sells products under the “Lao Heng He” brand, people with

Gov’t bars human rights lawyer from US State Dept. program

A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer said he was blocked on vague national security grounds from leaving the country to participate in a U.S. State Department-sponsored studies program.

Duterte calls china a friend amid South China Sea tensions

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is maintaining a friendly tone toward China, even after defense officials raised concerns over an increased Chinese presence around a disputed island in

CORRUPTION | Beijing formally arrests Xinjiang ex-governor in bribery case

The former governor of the restive Xinjiang region has been formally arrested on accusations of taking bribes following a monthslong investigation, the government said yesterday, showing no

Woman arrested for unauthorized entry at Mar-a-Lago

A woman carrying two Chinese passports illegally entered President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, Saturday and lied to a Secret Service agent, according to

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