Commission of Audit finds problems in public recruitment

A report published yesterday by the Commission of Audit condemned failures and malpractices in the recruitment system of the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP). The commission

Wong won’t speculate on secretary job in next gov’t

The Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak, has declined to confirm the possibility of his taking over the position of Secretary of Administration and Justice, currently


Built back in the 1920s, the Octagonal Pavilion Library was the first Chinese library in Macau, and also the first public library. It was built with funds raised by

Gaming | Sands China, Galaxy retain lead in market share

Sands China and Galaxy Entertainment Group defended their top-tier positions in gaming market share during the first half of 2019, with the two retaining control of

Briefs | Three people caught smuggling phones to Macau

Three Hong Kong residents have been caught smuggling mobile phones to Macau, according to a statement released yesterday by the Macao Customs Service. In the afternoon of the

Scholar proposes pre-1949 literature for study

The history of Macau literature dating from before 1949 has been proposed as a subject for further research in view of its importance to local culture.

September Macau Inc. features youth leader

Macau Inc. has published its September issue featuring Mok Chi Wai, leader of the local youth community and president of the Macau Youth Federation. In the

Petty crime cut in first half of 2019, but violent crimes hike

General criminal activity in Macau declined 2.8% in the first six months of 2019, the security authorities announced in a report released yesterday. However, the

Secretary Wong Sio Chak | ‘Police did not breach the law’ in Senado Square crackdown

There may be many views on the events of the night of August 19, but Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said he is certain about

IFT duo strike at school, attract police attention

Two students from the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) who stood at the Taipa campus with placards in support of Hong Kong’s recent protests withdrew from

Carrie Lam says she has never asked Beijing’s permission to resign

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said she never asked China for permission to resign over the historic unrest rocking the city, while acknowledging that she discussed

Over 1,400 people sign petition to save street animals

A petition urging the Macau SAR government to stop euthanizing street dogs and cats has been signed by more than 1,400 people, according to Started

China sends local media to cover Hong Kong in shift from 2014

China has dispatched regional state-run media organizations to Hong Kong in an effort to better control the narrative, a shift from the widespread censorship employed during the

Aviation | China probes Cathay’s empty oxygen bottles to add to scrutiny

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. is under investigation by Chinese regulators after emergency oxygen bottles on three flights were found depleted or completely empty, compounding pressure

Fashion | Zara denies rumors stores closed due to protests

Fast-fashion giant Zara denied speculation on Chinese social media that the retailer’s employees were supporting anti-Beijing protests that disrupted some of its store operations on Monday.

Multinational companies reveal gender bias in job ads

Few multinational companies would publicly advertise some U.S.-based jobs to women and others to men. In Mexico, though, some have listed gender preference right alongside qualifications

Huawei accuses US of harassing workers, attacking network

Huawei Technologies Co. lashed out at the U.S. government yesterday, accusing Washington of orchestrating a campaign to intimidate its employees and launching cyber-attacks to infiltrate its

Gov’t says Trump’s claims about fentanyl origin are false

China said yesterday that it’s not the source of the fentanyl that’s killing Americans, contrary to President Donald Trump’s recent tweets blaming China for the drug deaths. At

China, US struggle to set meeting as tariffs erode trust

Chinese and U.S. officials are struggling to agree on the schedule for a planned meeting this month to continue trade talks after Washington rejected Beijing’s request

South Korea Reporters grill minister nominee for 11 hours

South Korean reporters have grilled President Moon Jae-in’s nominee for justice minister for 11 hours over suspected ethical lapses surrounding his family that have triggered an

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