Long-delayed Ká Hó Prison construction still years away

The director of the Correctional Services Bureau (DSC), Cheng Fong Meng, reported on the progress of the construction of Ká Hó Prison yesterday on the sidelines

Memory Lane

These two photographs show a snapshot of how Rua do Almirante Sergio, an important road in Macau’s Inner Harbor district, has changed over the course of nearly half a

Briefs | Ella Lei asks about urban planning

Lawmaker Ella Lei has asked the local government about the urban master plan. Lei accused Macau’s urban planning draft process of being slow, specifically accusing the local government

Light rail incident reports to be managed by operating firm

The operating company behind the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) service will be primarily responsible for releasing incident reports in future, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak

Higher education | Ho Iat Seng discusses further cooperation with Jinan University

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng met with a delegation from Jinan University on Monday to discuss matters relating to the development of higher education and

Gov’t to consolidate charges for notary services

The various existing fees and charges for notary services will be compiled into a single charge to be posted on the website of the Legal Affairs

External loans dropped 3.7%

Domestic loans to the private sector grew 0.4% from last month to 516.5 billion patacas, whereas external loans fell 3.7% to 551.5 billion patacas, according to

Economy Secretary commends Macao Chamber’s SME initiative

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong has commended the Macao Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to cultivate small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Lei made the comment

Gaming | Nomura estimates January GGR will be ‘roughly flat’

Nomura banking group’s Instinet LLC predicts that the city’s casino gross gaming revenue will be “roughly flat” in January, as total revenue for the first five days

Health Bureau approves more casino smoking lounges

The Health Bureau (SSM) approved 11 casino smoking lounges in December 2019, increasing the number of new-style smoking lounges in the city’s gaming venues to 642.

Arts | Second phase of ‘The Long Journey’ exhibition on display

The second phase of “The Long Journey” exhibition series, “The Long Journey: The Forbidden City and Maritime Silk Road” and “Cultural and Creative Products from the

HK parents eye Singapore schools as protests linger

North London Collegiate School has been educating girls in the British capital since the days of Queen Victoria. These days, it’s looking further afield - to Singapore. And, as

Hong Kong | Flu scare gives Carrie Lam a diversion from protests

Fears of a public health outbreak stemming from a surge of mysterious pneumonia cases in mainland China are giving Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam a chance

Hong Kong | Landlords face tough year as protests dent rents

Landlords in Hong Kong, a city with some of the highest commercial rents in the world, are staring down the barrel of a tough year. Anti-government protests that started

Trump’s blacklisting of Huawei is failing to halt its growth

In the days after the U.S. government said it would bar Huawei Technologies Co. from buying vital American components, the Chinese company’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, pulled together

Taiwan’s blowout 5G auction shows carriers willing to pay big

Bids in Taiwan’s auction of fifth-generation networking airwaves have exceeded NT$100 billion ($3.3 billion), a sign of robust demand as carriers race to deploy new wireless networks for applications including

Judge mulls fate of US researcher who denies Chinese work

A federal judge said Monday she will delay ruling on a motion to dismiss an indictment against a University of Kansas associate professor accused of secretly working for a Chinese

Why China won’t join any Iran-Russia coalition against Trump

Beijing’s muted response to the U.S.’s killing of top Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani suggests China still isn’t ready to join Russia in taking a more direct role in the Middle

Japan prosecutors issue arrest warrant for Nissan ex-chair’s wife

Tokyo prosecutors obtained an arrest warrant yesterday for former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn’s wife on suspicion of perjury, adding to the couple’s legal troubles in the country where he once

Australian crews race to contain blazes as damage bill soars

Bolstered by cooler weather and desperately needed rain, exhausted firefighters in Australia raced to shore up defenses against deadly wildfires before the blazes flare again within days when scorching temperatures

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