Transportation | PSP tackle motorcycle noise in street inspection

Since mid-March this year, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) has been performing an operation to tackle high-capacity motorcycles suspected of producing excessive noise. However, the operation has

Defeated CE candidate Stanley Au endorses Ho Iat Seng

Stanley Au Chong-kit, who ran for Chief Executive in the 1999 election, has endorsed Ho Iat Seng, the first and so far only declared runner of the fifth Macau

Polylingual peacekeepers wanted for Macau parks

Lawmaker Ng Kuok Cheong has written an inquiry to the government asking it to arrange for helpers to be stationed at public playgrounds in order

Hegarty’s death at Grand Prix due to ‘minute error’

Motorcyclist Daniel Hegarty’s death in a crash at the Macau Grand Prix in November 2017 occurred due to a “minute error,” a British coroner heard. The

Security force plans to expand power of disciplinary body

The security authority intends to expand the powers of both the security force and the security discipline inspection commission, according to Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak, who

Gov’t to attract global science and technology researchers to Macau

The Internet+ Smart City Summit 2019 officially opened yesterday morning. The two-day summit includes series of talks by academics and industry leaders, such as executives from

New Jersey could be top US sports bet market by 2020

New Jersey’s quick growth in sports gambling means it could surpass Nevada next year as the top sports betting market in the United States, its governor

Chief Executive Election | Distance from casino firms a plus for Beijing

Macau’s only declared candidate for Chief Executive might be viewed favorably by Beijing because of a lack of direct links with the city’s dominant casino

Gaming | Las Vegas: The Lucky Dragon finally finds a new master

It was meant to be a formidable competitor on the Las Vegas skyline, attracting the Asian market that was grossly underrepresented, according to its developers. However, in

Guangzhou | Chinese customs seize fake Intel chips

Customs authorities in south China said it has seized a batch of chips, watches and women’s bags that infringed upon intellectual property rights (IPR). The Huangpu

GBA skepticism is groundless, says Forum Macau official

During a talk on the Greater Bay Area (GBA) organized by the Rui Cunha Foundation, the Deputy Secretary-General of the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation

Huawei to provide telecom equipment to Mozambique

Mozambican telecoms company Tmcel will spend USD23 million on telecommunications equipment under a contract signed this week in Beijing with Chinese group Huawei, Mozambican state news

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Tesla says China output may hit 2,000 a week this year

Elon Musk said Tesla Inc.’s production in China, the world’s largest electric-car market, could reach a rate of 2,000 vehicles a week by the end of

Farming veteran warns China’s pig crisis only getting worse

In almost 40 years of analyzing commodity markets, Arlan Suderman says he has never witnessed an industry-jolting event as dramatic as the contagion spreading across

Corporate Bits | MGM, Fuhong society launch special needs project at vocational training room

In order to develop and help students with special needs, MGM and Fuhong Society of Macau recently launched a joint project to help polish up their employment skills

Tradition | Hand-carved mahjong tiles are a dying craft

Just opposite the entrance to a neon-lit night market, one of Hong Kong’s few remaining carvers of mahjong tiles engraves the two Chinese characters for the number

China faces debt fears ahead of construction forum

China’s finance minister tried yesterday to dispel complaints its Belt and Road infrastructure-building initiative leaves developing countries with too much debt, promising “sustainable financing” as leaders gathered to

China and Russia to hold joint navy drills next week

China said that it will hold joint naval drills with Russia next week, in another sign that the countries’ militaries are growing closer in the face

Beijing says French ship entered its waters illegally

China yesterday said it has complained to France after a French warship entered Chinese territorial waters while passing through the Taiwan Strait this month. In a

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