Two bodies found in Taipa

The Judiciary Police (PJ) have advised that two bodies were found in separate locations on Taipa Island on Sunday. Although the cases were unrelated, the PJ said that both cases are

Briefs | Lei Chan U questions zone E1 sewage treatment plan

Lawmaker Lei Chan U has questioned the necessity of building a sewage treatment facility in zone E1, according to an interpellation he recently submitted to the government. The lawmaker pointed

Police crackdown on illegal car racing

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has intercepted five vehicles suspected of being modified and used in illegal car racing. According to the PSP’s statement yesterday, the force had received several

New Government | Two to three secretaries will stay, announcement this week

The next Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, who has been elected in Macau and appointed in Beijing for several months, has been silent about his choice of government officials, but

Caritas to allot MOP1 million from bazaar fund for new elderly home

Caritas Macau is allotting 1 million patacas of the funds that were raised during its 50th charity bazaar to fund the construction of a new aged care home on a

Macau Society seminar on protocol

A seminar on Macau Society was recently held at the Macau University of Science and Technology. During the event, speakers discussed manners and China’s foreign affairs protocol. The seminar was held

Half of The 13 Hotel stakes change hands

South Shore Holdings Ltd has sold approximately 50% of their stake in the local development, The 13 Hotel, according to a filing made to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The

Hotels average occupancy rate rises in first three quarters

The average occupancy rate of hotels and guesthouses in rose by 0.4 percentage points year-on-year to 90.8 percent in first three quarters this year, the SAR’s statistics service said yesterday. The

Fitch Ratings: low single-digit growth rate for city’s GGR

Fitch Ratings has predicted that the city’s casino industry will only record single-digit growth in 2020. Colin Mansfield of Fitch Ratings said in an interview with CNBC that short-term uncertainties are

Local young man found stealing from taxis

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has caught a 23-year-old local man stealing money from taxis. Yesterday, the PSP reported that the young male was found in the parking lot on

Warning | Private vehicles frequently parked in fire lanes

Fire Services Bureau (CB) Director Leong Iok Sam has said that private vehicles are frequently found parked in fire lanes. Leong, together with lawmaker Song Pek Kei and other guests, was

Guangdong | Carbon market closes higher

Carbon emissions allowances closed at 26.36 yuan (about 3.75 U.S. dollars) per tonne yesterday, 1.35% up from Friday, at the China Emissions Exchange (Guangzhou), the largest local carbon market in

Hong Kong | Police say knife-wielding attacker detained

Hong Kong police said yesterday that a 48-year-old knife-wielding man who slashed two people and bit off part of the ear of a local politician during weekend protests has been

Billionaires still love the horse race that stops a nation

The Melbourne Cup may have lost its title as Australia’s richest horse race, but it remains a major lure for racing-mad billionaires. Wealthy horse owners from around the world have sent their prized

MGM committed to Hiring Disabled Staff Recognition Scheme for seven consecutive years

MGM currently has over 40 team members with disabilities serving in different departments, “enabling them to unleash their potential and pursue continuous development,” according to a press release from the

Stories of the Sea – The Third Chapter at The Manor

The Manor at St. Regis is offering “an exquisite culinary experience” to patrons with the Stories of the Sea – The Third Chapter menu, featuring an all-new six-course menu showcasing

India exits Beijing-backed trade deal as 15 nations ready to sign

India pulled out of a trade pact covering much of Asia, paving the way for 15 other countries to sign the China-backed regional trade deal next year. India conveyed its decision

Macron’s visit underscores economic tensions

French President Emmanuel Macron is visiting China this week amid a push for Beijing to open its markets, despite festering trade disputes and weakened consumer spending. Macron arrived yesterday in Shanghai,

US, China signal progress toward initial Trump-Xi trade deal

The U.S. and China signaled further progress yesterday toward a breakthrough in trade talks that could culminate in a meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping later this month. China had

Moon, Abe meet briefly, agree to more talks to settle row

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met one-on-one yesterday for the first time in more than a year and called for more dialogue between the

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