Typhoon Wipha (11PM) – Chui Sai On commends improvement to disaster response

Macau Daily Times brings the latest updates on the Typhoon Wipha situation: The worst of Typhoon Wipha seemed to have passed late on Wednesday night, as the tropical cyclone continued on

Typhoon Wipha (8PM) – Next few hours will be most intense

Macau Daily Times brings the latest updates on the Typhoon Wipha situation: Typhoon Wipha will reach its closest point to Macau within the next few hours, according to the latest weather

More than 20 charged with rioting appear in Hong Kong court

HONG KONG — Charges were read today (Wednesday) against more than 20 Hong Kong protesters who have been accused of rioting — the most serious charge brought since mass demonstrations

Seoul: North Korea launches 2 short-range ballistic missiles

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea's military said North Korea conducted its second weapons test in less than a week today (Wednesday), firing two short-range ballistic missiles off its east

Typhoon Wipha: Classes canceled, workers head home as storm hits Hong Kong

School classes in Hong Kong were canceled and workers advised to head home early as Tropical Storm Wipha swept by south of the city today (Wednesday), bringing heavy rain and

Typhoon Wipha (4PM) – Signal No.8 to stay in effect all Wednesday

Macau Daily Times brings the latest updates on the Typhoon Wipha situation: The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) put the city on alert this afternoon, raising Signal No.8 as a tropical

Briefs | Lawmaker asks about domestic affairs mediation system

Lawmaker Wong Kit Cheng has written an interpellation to the government asking about the progress of the legislation on the domestic affairs mediation system. Wong pointed out that

Sports equipment cordoned off at reservoir

The recreational area at the reservoir has had its exercise equipment upgraded. However, although the work was finished in April, some of the new equipment has

Pearl Horizon buyers take to streets again

Some 100 buyers of the pre-sold, but never-completed, premium residential project Pearl Horizon took to the streets again yesterday, urging the government to honor their transactions. The


Forty years separate these two views from Macau’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Guia Lighthouse. The older dates from 1978 and shows the early days in the construction

Wong advances rumor crime, admitting Hato deaths unrelated to hearsay

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has reaffirmed his stance in favor of establishing the rumor crime, even after having admitted that none of the ten

AIPIM calls for further changes to Civil Protection Law

The Macau Portuguese and English Press Association (AIPIM) has again sent a letter to the Legislative Assembly’s First Standing Committee calling for the removal or amendment

Typhoon | Weather authority raised Signal No.3

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) raised Signal No.3 last night as a tropical cyclone brewing in the South China Sea looked set to come within

Lawmaker Au wants gaming industry to partner with government on LRT

Lawmaker Au Kam San wants the gaming concessionaires to be partners in the Macau Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, which will open to the public

Legislative assembly | Kou’s first day chairing opens with messages for next government

In one of the first sessions with Kou Hoi In as Legislative Assembly (AL) president, several lawmakers took the opportunity to deliver messages apparently aimed

Light rail gates not yet equipped with e-payment option

The Light Rapid Transit (LRT), more commonly known as the Light Rail, is not currently equipped with a tap-and-go payment for passage through gates. The

Second airport smoking room now ready

The Macau International Airport issued a statement informing the public that a second smoking room has been renovated at the departure lounge of the passenger terminal.

Music Festival returns with highlight on instrumentalists

The Macao International Music Festival (FIMM) returns for its 33rd edition this year, between October 4 and 30, with the theme of “The Instrumentalist.” Tickets will

Gov’t bureaus hold seminar on retail sales techniques

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) and Consumer Council held a seminar yesterday titled “Sales Technique Seminar: To be the best in retail sales,” the first activity under

Macau receives 4.9m package tour visitors

In the first half of 2019, Macau received a total of 4.9 million package tour visitors, representing growth of 14.9% year-on-year. At the same

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