Health | Rubella cases climb to 17, measles 32

The number of rubella cases in the Macau SAR has climbed to 17 since the start of this year, according to information provided yesterday by the Health

Arts | Mike Goodridge to complete IFFAM hat trick

Artistic Director Mike Goodridge of the International Film Festival and Awards (IFFAM) is to head the festival for the third time in a row, it has been

Sports | Diego Elias, HK’s Annie Au take Squash Open titles

The Macau Squash Open came to a conclusion last night with Diego Elias taking the men’s trophies home and Annie Au the women’s. The trophy included a

Ask The Vet | An Intro to Dog Hearing

External ear There are two part to your dog’s external ear. The pinna and the external ear canal. The pinna, or the ear flap, gives

Briefs | Liaison Office in HK had Chinese flag upside down

The Liaison Office in Hong Kong has apologized after some of its staff members hoisted the Chinese national flag upside down, according to Hong Kong reports. The Liaison Office

Legislative Assembly | Rosário favors higher plastic tax, but not before public consultation

The local government is open to raising the plastic bag levy higher than the one pataca suggested in the law proposal, according to Secretary for Transport

Housing and fuel become biggest household expenses

The share of total consumption costs that the average person spends on ‘housing and fuel’ has surpassed the “food and non-alcoholic beverages” segment to become the largest category

Sulu Sou to appeal Ho Iat Seng’s rejection of election amendment

Lawmaker Sulu Sou is unhappy with the decision of the Legislative Assembly (AL), and more specifically its president Ho Iat Seng, for the refusal to consider

Migrants | Myanmar social club providing community Cantonese lessons

Language barriers between Burmese non- residents living in Macau and their mostly Cantonese-speaking employers is one of the most pressing difficulties that workers from Myanmar experience

Gaming | Australia billionaire mulls end of empire with Wynn’s on-off bid

The Packer dynasty has sat astride corporate Australia for a century, forging newspaper, television and casino dominions with the power to make and break governments. The end

Saipan casino to pay USD3m for construction worker wage claims

Court documents say a Saipan casino developer will pay USD3.36 million to settle U.S. Department of Labor claims that construction workers weren’t paid minimum wages and overtime.

Hong Kong | In Cantonese opera, Trump finds his twin brother in China

With the blond wig and red tie, the star of the Cantonese opera in Hong Kong may look familiar. The Chinese actor and singer has the

HK police hunt for gunman in suspected shooting

Hong Kong police are hunting for a man who shot and hurt another man with a suspected gun in the Sham Shui Po district in Kowloon, the

11 dead after Shenzhen rainstorm floods

Eleven people were killed in floods triggered by a sudden rainstorm in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, local authorities confirmed Saturday. The last missing person

Heritage | The future of China’s growth glimpsed in historic town’s revamp

A USD300 million plan to turn a country town famous for fine porcelain into a major tourist destination gives clues as to how China’s new approach to stimulus

Corporate Bits | MGM to launch easter dining activities

This Easter, MGM Macau and MGM Cotai will hold an array of festive activities from brunch and afternoon teas to magician’s performances and egg-painting workshops. At MGM

Automobile Show highlights electric ambitions

This year’s Shanghai auto show highlights the global industry’s race to make electric cars Chinese drivers want to buy as Beijing winds down subsidies that promoted

Mnuchin says US open to facing penalties in China trade deal

The U.S. is open to facing “repercussions” if it doesn’t live up to its commitments in a potential trade deal with China, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said,

Death of rare turtle leaves 3 remaining in the world

The only known female member of one of the world’s rarest turtle species has died at a zoo in southern China, officials said yesterday The animal

Economy | Gov’t, Japan tout ‘recovered’ ties amid global uncertainty

China and Japan have the opportunity to “take charge of the economic field” during a time of worldwide uncertainty, Japan’s foreign minister said Sunday, as trade

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