Fourth link should have been a tunnel, says Au Kam San

The fourth Macau-Taipa connection must be prepared for the incoming Light Rapid Transit Macau line, lawmaker Au Kam San has insisted, even as he says

LRT expected within next two months

The city’s long-awaited Light Rapid Transit (LRT), more popularly known as the Light Rail, is expected to be launched in October or November at the latest,

Ask the Vet | An overview of canine hip dysplasia

Canine hip dysplasia is caused by the subluxation  or separation, of the pelvic bone and the femur at the joint. When the connective tissues that cushion and lubricate

Ethnic park opens in celebration of national unity

The Macau SAR government opened the Sculpture Park of the Chinese Ethnics on Saturday afternoon, featuring sculptures characterizing the 56 ethnicities living in the People’s Republic of

Government urged to shield city from external forces

Ma Iao Lai, vice president of the Macao Chamber of Commerce, has called upon the local government to prevent external forces from influencing Macau.

Macau celebrates mainland’s platinum anniversary

The Macau SAR government is organizing a series of celebratory events prior to and on October 1, the National Day of the People’s Republic of

Q&A | Professor Bo J. Bernhard: Verdict still out on city-wide casino entry ban

Without adequate research it is hard to predict whether the latest measure designed to curb problem gambling in Macau, a city-wide casino entry ban, will prove

Briefs | Unemployment rate holds steady

The general unemployment rate held steady at 1.8% during the three-month period of June-August 2019, compared with previous period between May and July, according to the latest data

DGR2019 | Sixty ‘gentlemen’ take distinguished ride through Macau

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR) event was founded in Sydney, Australia by Mark Hawwa in 2012. The event was inspired by a photo of the character

More violence grips Hong Kong ahead of National Day

After four months of unprecedented violent demonstrations in Hong Kong and no end in sight, the city’s beleaguered leader has one more thing to worry about:

Saudi Arabia unveils new tourist visas

Saudi Arabia has announced a new tourist visa scheme, as part of efforts to open up the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom to foreign visitors and diversify its

Data privacy | Facebook, WhatsApp will have to share messages with UK

Social media platforms based in the U.S. including Facebook and WhatsApp will be forced to share users’ encrypted messages with British police under a new treaty between the

Chinese parade a glimpse into military ambitions

A parade tomorrow by China’s secretive military will offer a rare look at its rapidly developing arsenal, including possibly a nuclear-capable missile that could reach the

US treasury says no plans to block Chinese listings ‘at this time’

A U.S. Treasury official said there are no current plans to stop Chinese companies from listing on U.S. exchanges, a day after a report that the Trump

N. Korea to Trump: Make ‘bold decision’ to revive diplomacy

North Korea accused the United States on Friday of failing to follow through on summit agreements between U.S. President Donald Trump and the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un,

Trump blurs lines between personal lawyer, attorney general

As Washington plunges into impeachment, Attorney General William Barr finds himself engulfed in the political firestorm, facing questions about his role in President Donald Trump’s

Britain’s Johnson denies any wrongdoing in ties with US tech exec

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson denied wrongdoing yesterday over his links to an American businesswoman who allegedly received money and favorable treatment because of their friendship

Offbeat | Thief nets $4K worth of ornamental fish from New Mexico pond

It’s a fishy mystery caught on camera. KOB-TV reports authorities say fish worth thousands of dollars recently were stolen from a Santa Fe, New Mexico, business and

This Day in History | 1994 – Sleepy Boris ‘snubs’ Irish leader

A meeting between two international statesmen in Ireland had to be cancelled - because one of them overslept. Russian President Boris Yeltsin had agreed to break a

Life & Style | McDonald’s takes a nibble of the plant-based burger

McDonald’s is finally taking a nibble of the plant-based burger. McDonald’s said that will sell the PLT, or the plant, lettuce and tomato burger

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