Property market active as transaction volume doubles

According to the stamp duty record, the number and value of property and parking spaces sold in Macau during the second quarter of this year has

IPIM-approved residency permits drop in first half of 2019

The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) approved just six residency permits for technical immigration (mainly in the financial services and education sectors) during the

Ask the Vet | Canine blood sugar guidelines for diabetic dogs

Monitoring canine blood sugar on a regular basis is a critical part of caring for a diabetic dog in order to ensure the dog’s diabetes is under

Briefs | Lawmaker calls for shift to electronic textbooks

Lawmaker José Maria Pereira Coutinho has proposed that public schools should start using electronic textbooks instead of traditional textbooks. “In the modern era, it is unacceptable to use

New Macau faces cyberattacks, threats due to voting activity

Local pro-democracy group New Macau Association (ANM) said that the website where it has been conducting its voting activities on universal suffrage has been subject to cyberattacks and that

Sulu Sou urges charging for domestic refuse

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has urged the Macau SAR government to establish a system for charging for domestic refuse, according to his interpellation to the government.

Administrative reform is priority for Ho Iat Seng’s incoming government

Macau’s administrative reform is the top-most priority for the incoming government, said the sole Chief Executive candidate, Ho Iat Seng, on Saturday in an interview with

Living standards | Ho agrees better quality housing should be built

Chief Executive election candidate Ho Iat Seng said at his second public hearing yesterday that he will aim to improve the quality of subsidized housing.

Youth affairs | Ho commends youngsters’ judgment, independent analysis

Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng believes that Macau’s youth are capable of resisting the influence of Hong Kong’s protesters. Late last week, Ho

What Hong Kong’s 1960s chaos could teach city’s besieged leaders

It was a 5-cent fare hike for Hong Kong’s iconic Star Ferry that set off the protests. Cars and buildings were set on fire. Riot police patrolled

China flexes muscle in Shenzhen amid more weekend rallies

Members of China’s paramilitary People’s Armed Police marched and practiced crowd control tactics at a sports complex in Shenzhen across from Hong Kong in what some

Aviation | Cathay CEO quits after airline caught in Hong Kong protests

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.’s Chief Executive Officer Rupert Hogg resigned, a week after the carrier was rebuked by China for staff involvement in the anti-Beijing protests rocking Hong

Flight attendants unions regret Hogg’s departure

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.’s flight attendants unions said they were “saddened” and “regret” the departure of CEO Rupert Hogg and Chief Customer and Commercial Officer Paul

State’s biggest energy company shuns Venezuela oil on tighter US sanctions

China’s biggest energy company is backing away from direct purchases of Venezuelan crude as the Trump administration tightens sanctions against the South American nation.

Beijing blames India for Kashmir tension as UN action blocked

China’s ambassador to the United Nations blamed India for stoking tensions with Pakistan and called on both sides to exercise restraint after a rare closed-door

Beijing lines up lower borrowing costs with revamped rate system

China’s central bank said it’ll start releasing a new reference rate for bank loans, a further step in a long-awaited reform to interest rates that’s set to

US backs F-16 sale to Taiwan, drawing warning from China

The Trump administration has informally told Congress that it supports a potential sale of F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, drawing a preemptive warning from China at

Restrictions continue in Kashmir despite security ease

Restrictions continued in much of Indian-administered Kashmir yesterday, despite India’s government saying it was gradually restoring phone lines and easing a security lockdown that’s been in

North Korea | Kim expresses ‘great satisfaction’ over weapons tests

North Korea said Saturday that leader Kim Jong Un supervised another test-firing of an unspecified new weapon, seen as an attempt to pressure Washington and Seoul

Philippines | Defense secretary calls for shift of gaming centers

Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana has called for online gaming operations that carry out activities close to military camps to be relocated on security concerns.

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