Health | Gov’t cautions public against spread of infectious diseases

Following its discovery of three separate mass infection cases of influenza and enterovirus, the Health Bureau (SSM) has issued a caution to the public on

Briefs | Football: Macau FA says it is still investigating 21-18 match

The Macau Football Association has informed the Times that an investigation into the controversial 21-18 score between Ka I and Hang Sai football teams is still ongoing. On

Kiang Wu Hospital development plan approved

Kiang Wu Hospital’s plan to rebuild its current outpatient building has been approved by the government. The plan includes the demolition, reconstruction and expansion of the

Second dolphin washed ashore in five days, cause unknown

Yesterday morning, another body of a dolphin, this time a Chinese white dolphin, was found in Macau waters, according to a statement released by the Marine

Football | Inter Milan vs PSG match finally confirmed

The strange case of the football match between top European teams, Inter Milan and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), which it was announced in early May would

Eight days to leave Macau | New legislation risks making it harder to escape problematic employers

The eight days given to non- residents workers to find new employment once their work contracts are terminated is considered by many to be too short a

Employment agencies law in apparent deadlock at AL

Passed on its first reading at the Legislative Assembly (AL) almost 18 months ago, the Law of Employment Agency Activity seems to have reached  a deadlock

Crime | Taxi driver to pay 70,000 patacas for assaulting passenger

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has ordered a taxi driver who physically assaulted his female passenger to pay MOP70,000 in compensation to the victim.

Las Vegas | Family of Mandalay Bay mass shooting victim sues gun makers

The family of a woman killed by a gunman raining down gunfire from a Las Vegas high-rise hotel suite has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against eight

Hong Kong | Eight arrested for posting personal data on police

Hong Kong police have arrested eight people for posting personal data about police officers on the internet as massive protests against the government and police were held

Old HK airport turned into billions worth of luxury condos

Hong Kong’s old Kai Tak airport was famed for its hair-raising landings, as planes skimmed apartment rooftops before touching down just minutes from bustling Kowloon. Now,

Markets | Chinese tobacco giant’s ‘ridiculous’ rally hits nearly 500%

China Tobacco International (HK) Co. is having another wild day in Hong Kong. A morning surge yesterday took its three-week rally to nearly 500%, and then it

HKD jumps into strong half of band, hurting shorts

Hong Kong’s dollar punched into the strong half of its trading band for the first time since September, riding on momentum provided by elevated borrowing costs in

Airports open up to terminal tourists who just want to hang out

Chuck Hughey braves security lines at Pittsburgh International Airport at least once a week. Not to catch a flight, but to get an ice cream cone

Corporate Bits | Sands Resorts Macao offers activities this summer

Sands Resorts Macao is offering families and leisure travellers a range of entertainment, dining, shopping and sightseeing activities this summer. Children will love Aqua World water park at The Parisian

Corporate Bits | CEM holds seminar on energy saving and safety

CEM has held the “Macau Energy Saving Activity” in collaboration with the Office for the Development of the Energy Sector, encouraging the public and different industries in Macau

Beijing raises security warning on ships plying Malacca Strait

China raised the security level for its vessels heading through the Strait of Malacca, a key Asian trade route and major oil choke point. The transport

Gov’t considers buying some US farm products to show goodwill

China is considering buying some U.S. agricultural products as a gesture of goodwill amid the resumption of trade talks between Beijing and Washington, though the volume is

Pentagon calls China’s south sea missile test ‘truly disturbing’

The U.S. denounced as “coercive acts” Chinese anti-ship missile tests in the disputed South China Sea, underscoring continued strategic tensions between the two Pacific powers even as

Japan’s biggest warship offers clue to military ambitions

One of Japan’s largest warships, the helicopter carrier Izumo, offers a glimpse of where its military is headed: For the first time, troops from a newly

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