Gov’t says it cannot compel work with specific firms

The Transportation Infrastructure Office (GIT) explained last Friday the absence of the most common form of ‘tap- and-go’ payment in Macau on the Light Rapid Transit

Health authority reminds residents to guard against infectious fevers

The Health Bureau (SSM) reported two separate imported cases of infectious fevers, one being Dengue Fever and the other Chikungunya Fever. The bureau reminds residents to

Briefs | IC to conduct restoration works on Guia Lighthouse

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will conduct restoration works on the Guia Lighthouse and Chapel starting next Monday (August 19). The restoration works include the inspection, restoration and

Local democrats to meet Chief Executive candidate today

The New Macau Association (ANM) will meet later today with Ho Iat Seng, the Chief Executive election candidate, at the latter’s office in downtown Macau.

FSS records increase in total assets in 2018

The Social Security Fund (FSS) recorded a net income of MOP2.44 billion in 2018, while the total net asset value increased to about MOP79.85 billion, an

Ho Iat Seng visits Kiang Wu Hospital

Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng yesterday visited Rua de Cinco de Outubro and the Kiang Wu Hospital for an “understanding public sentiment” campaign prior to

Crime | Sexual abuse case filed over nightclub date in Macau

A 23-year-old woman from the mainland is accusing a 29-year-old male, also from the mainland, of sexual abuse after a night out filled with drinking at

Local firm sees investment growth from collaborating with Sands China Ltd

Sands China Ltd has been boosting its efforts in supporting local small, medium and micro suppliers, with the aim of boosting local firms’ sales revenues and

Residential loans record 53% increase

The approval of residential mortgage loans (RMLs) rose by 53.1% month-to-month in June to MOP6.04 billion, of which new RMLs to residents, representing 98.6% of the total,

Forum | China-Lusophone trade rises 1.17% in the first half of 2019

The value of trade between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries grew marginally by 1.17% year-on-year from January to June 2019 to $70.14 billion (566.9 billion patacas),

Hong Kong | Airport shuts down amid pro-democracy protest

One of the world’s busiest airports canceled all flights after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators crowded into Hong Kong’s main terminal yesterday, while the central government

Greater Bay forum Mainland professor urges respect for HK, Macau culture

Ge Jianxiong, Professor at Fudan University, suggested during yesterday’s International Forum on the “Cultural Mission of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area”, that mainland

Greater Bay forum | Carrie Lam makes appearance alongside Chui and Guangdong Governor

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, together with Macau Chief Executive Chui Sai On and Guangdong Provincial Governor Ma Xingrui, attended yesterday’s International Forum on

America’s love affair with flying is growing faster than the economy

Americans love to fly and it shows. U.S. airlines carried a record 889 million passengers in 2018, a 20 percent increase from five years

Sands China recognizes graduates from IR internship programme

Sixty-five interns of the Integrated Resort Internship Programme (IRIP) have been honored in a ceremony at Sands Cotai Central. This latest batch of graduates is composed of

A journey of imagination: Sunday brunch with Jak at The Manor

A New York-inspired “culinary journey of imagination” awaits every Sunday at The Manor with a spectacular Gourmet Tour Sunday Brunch featuring the St. Regis’ very own Jak. Sunday

Backlash over t-shirt designs spreads to Givenchy, Coach

Western fashion brands are coming under fire in China for designs perceived to run afoul of local political sensitivities, sparking calls for boycotts in a market that

Chinese state-run firm tells employees to stop flying Cathay

A Chinese state-run company told employees to avoid flying Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., according to people familiar with the matter, widening the fallout for Hong Kong’s dominant

Huawei’s founder wants an ‘invincible iron army’ to fight US

Huawei Technologies Co.’s billionaire founder intends to kick off a three- to five-year overhaul of the networking giant, creating an “iron army” that can help it

South Korea to remove Japan from preferred trade list

South Korea said yesterday that it has decided to remove Japan from a list of nations receiving preferential treatment in trade in what was seen as

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