Executive Council | Proposal would extend maternity leave, resolve overlapping holidays

The Executive Council has completed its discussion on the proposed amendments for the labor relations law and minimum wage law, deciding to establish paternity leave, holiday

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Environment | Gov’t bureau displeased, foresees tougher time ahead

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) issued the “Macau Environmental Condition Report 2018” yesterday, on World Environment Day. In the report, the DSPA admitted that it was not

Crime | Casinos remain hotbed for smoking violations

The Grand Lisboa casino was identified by the Health Bureau (SSM) as one of the sites with the highest number of infractions for alleged smoking rule violations

Crime | Man unhappy with renovation work stabs neighbor

A local man has been arrested after stabbing his neighbor because he was unhappy with his neighbor’s renovation project, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday. The suspect

Aerial drone crashes into St. Paul’s

A small drone with a camera attached was found to have crashed into a stone arch of the Ruins of St. Paul’s yesterday afternoon. According to the Cultural Affairs

Pereira Coutinho proposes praise for former AL legal adviser

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho has submitted a proposal to the president of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Ho Iat Seng, asking for the plenary to approve a vote of

Legislative Assembly | Standing Committee reviews severity of LRT fines

The Third Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday discussed a petition submitted by six entities in regards to the Employment Agency Operation Law,

The sacred SAR of Macau

Could Macau become a destination for religious tourism? The city’s hallowed past may prove an important cog in its future development. It’s Saturday evening. Complimentary

Guangdong governor trusts economy to resist trade war impact, analysts disagree

The governor of Guangdong province, Ma Xingrui, has announced that he is prepared to enforce plans to further open the economy of the province in order to

China accused of faking Taiwan media’s GBA coverage

Beijing-controlled media source ChinaTaiwan has been accused of making up statistics on the Greater Bay Area (GBA) for propaganda purposes, according to a report by the island’s

Energy | China Three Gorges mulls deal for EDP’s Brazil assets

China Three Gorges Corp. is weighing a deal to gain control of EDP- Energias de Portugal SA’s Brazilian business, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Beverly Hills bans sale of tobacco

Beverly Hills City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the California city. Under the ban, which will come into

Automobile | Beijing moves to stop a crash in booming electric-car industry

As big as its world-leading car market is, China has decided that 486 aspiring electric-vehicle companies are too many. The country is considering rules to raise the barrier

Japanese police arrest 7 Chinese in mass drug smuggling

Japanese authorities have arrested seven Chinese men on suspicion of smuggling what was believed to be a record amount of stimulants by ship-to-ship transfers. Tokyo police said

Gov’t plans to store remaining US soy purchases amid trade war

China plans to store cargoes of American soybeans bought earlier this year that are yet to be delivered, as the trade war between Washington and Beijing escalates,

Amid trade war, Xi talks up economy, heads to Moscow

Chinese President Xi Jinping is talking up the Chinese economy’s resilience as he heads to Moscow for a state visit affirming increasingly close ties between

1st rocket from mobile platform in Yellow Sea launched

China has for the first time launched a rocket from a mobile platform in the Yellow Sea, sending five commercial satellites and two others containing experimental

Xi says China’s cconomy noticeably improving, can manage risks

President Xi Jinping said China’s economy is stabilizing and has improved noticeably, giving an upbeat assessment of the nation’s health despite the worsening trade war and recent weak data.

Thailand | Parliament convenes for vote likely to keep Prayuth PM

Thailand’s Parliament convened yesterday for a vote that is expected to keep Prayuth Chan-ocha as prime minister five years after he seized power in a military

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