MOP43 million spent on new civil protection equipment in 2019

The government has spent approximately MOP43 million this year purchasing new equipment for civil protection purposes. The Commissioner- General of the Unitary Police Service, Ma Io

Briefs | Sports Bureau to improve pool management tender

The Sports Bureau (ID) has already adjusted and improved its tender requirements for swimming pool lifeguards and management outsourcing services, the bureau said. In its reply to lawmaker

Over 10,000 participated in Fire Services Open Day

Approximately  10,300 people participated the Fire Services (HB) Bureau Open Day on Sunday. During the Open Day, the bureau held activities, booth games, and a display

Public housing | Rosário unwilling to have tender frequency written into law

The proposal within the new affordable housing law to establish a fixed number of times that the government is required launch new tenders for public housing applicants

Opinion | Vegas high-roller spins USD7 billion roulette wheel

Wynn Resorts Ltd. has been on the defensive lately with investors. The Las Vegas-based casino operator’s offer to buy Australia’s Crown Resorts Ltd at a hefty-looking 26 percent

Gaming | Wynn walks away from deal after Crown Resorts tips its hand

Wynn Resorts abruptly ended buyout talks with Australia’s largest casino operator late yesterday after word of a potential buyout was leaked. In a tersely worded statement, the

Tourism | Travel expo records increase in participants, space and budget

The seventh edition of the Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) will accommodate a total of 800 booths this year – an increase of 250 booths

Hac Sa Beach festival returns April 28 with three stages

Macau beach festival “Hush!! Full Music” will return to Hac Sa Beach this year from April 28 to May 1, according to information disclosed yesterday by principal

Lionel Leong meets with Beijing official monitoring SARs

A mid widespread speculation that he will run for the top post in Macau, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong has headed a delegation to Beijing

Court rules against Pearl Horizon buyers’ lawsuit

The Administrative Court ruled yesterday that there was no legal grounds for the Pearl Horizon unit buyers to sue the government for the property price and stamp

Briefs | HK law to be used for Greater Bay contracts

The Hong Kong SAR government is seeking the mainland’s approval to use Hong Kong law to formulate contracts and conduct arbitrations within the Greater Bay Area (GBA), as

Hong Kong | Nine leaders of pro-democracy protests found guilty

A Hong Kong court found nine leaders of 2014 pro- democracy demonstrations guilty yesterday on public nuisance and other charges, a verdict that activists say likely presages more restrictions

HNA sells historical homes in Hong Kong’s Peak

HNA Group Co.-linked parties sold a site with two historical homes in Hong Kong’s prestigious Peak area at a loss for HKD550 million (USD70 million), the Hong

Top metals bourse targets casinos, strip-club parties in cleanup bid

The organizer of the metals industry’s largest annual gathering is looking to outlaw sleazy parties at venues such as lapdancing clubs and casinos under a new

Attorney: Mar-a-Lago infiltrator had hidden-camera detector

A Chinese woman recently arrested at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club lied repeatedly to Secret Service agents while carrying computer malware unlike anything a government analyst had ever

Diplomacy | Prime minister to discuss trade with EU leaders

China’s prime minister is set to meet top European Union officials to discuss thorny issues including better access for European companies to Chinese markets and security concerns

Big plans for Sichuan’s favorite cooking oil

China has big plans for its rapeseed bounty in Sichuan. Levering off its famed cuisine, the top producing province wants to harvest more of the oilseed for

More Indonesians join cases against Boeing after CEO apology

More families of victims of the Lion Air crash in Indonesia are suing Boeing Co. after its chief executive apologized and said a software update for the

Malaysia, Singapore vow to reach friendly end to water spat

The leaders of neighboring Singapore and Malaysia agreed yesterday to amicably resolve a long-running dispute over water that has stoked tensions for decades. In a

India | Bishop charged with repeatedly raping nun

Indian authorities charged a Roman Catholic bishop yesterday with repeatedly raping a nun in her rural convent, a case that helped make the sexual abuse of nuns

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