Macau to have legal jurisdiction over Lotus Bridge soon

The Lotus Bridge will soon be under the legal jurisdiction of Macau, according to Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong, who confirmed the news yesterday in his capacity as

Air Macau launches daily flight to Beijing’s new airport

Air Macau is set to launch a new daily flight connecting Macau to the new Beijing Daxing International Airport, which began operations in late September of last year. An opening ceremony

GGCT issues low-level travel alert to Luzon

The Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) has issued a “Level 1 Travel Alert” for Luzon Island in the Philippines, including the country’s capital Manila, following the eruption of the Taal

Legislative Assembly | No timetable for New Urban Zone A public housing

The government could not provide a timetable for the completion of the New Urban Zone A public housing projects despite the public tender running on schedule, Secretary for Transport and

Steve Vickers: New gov’t signals shifts in gaming policies

Steve Vickers & Associates, a Hong Kong based specialist political and corporate risk consultancy, has said in its latest annual security report that the changes to the local government may

MGM to give CNY bonus in two installments

Casino operator MGM will pay a discretionary bonus to eligible non-management employees in two installments. About 90% of its workforce will be eligible for the bonus. The discretionary bonus is equal

TurboJet to reportedly cut staff salaries up to 12%

TurboJet, the oldest ferry company operating maritime transportation in the Pearl River Delta, is preparing to reduce the salary of the majority of its employees, reported Hong Kong news outlet

Crime | Man caught for sexually harassing underage girl

The police have arrested a man on suspicion of sexually harassing the underage daughter of his tenant on two separate occasions. The Public Security Police Force (PSP) disclosed that the

Crime | Three youths caught for theft at basketball court

Sports players should be mindful of their belongings, advised the police yesterday. Three underage students were caught after reportedly stealing items at the basketball courts adjacent to the Macau Tower in

Three health officials attend two-day Wuhan briefing

The local government has dispatched a team of three officials to Wuhan, Hubei Province, in order for them to learn more about the latest developments regarding a pneumonia outbreak in

Health | Surgical team at public hospital win award

The surgical team of the Conde de São Januário Hospital Center (CHCSJ) has been awarded the Medical Excellence Award from the Dr Stanley Ho Medical Development Foundation. The prize is

CTM signs agreement with Angola Cables for ‘digital opportunities’

Local telecom operator CTM and Angola Cables signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in December, to enhance digital opportunities for business between Macau, mainland China, African Portuguese- speaking countries and Brazil. According

Briefs | Man on-duty sustained second degree burns

Yesterday, one electricity repair man sustained second degree burns while he was working. The local man, aged 38, was working with another individual at Nova City in Taipa at approximately

Human Rights Watch boss says he was barred from Hong Kong

The executive director of campaign group Human Rights Watch said that he was prevented from entering Hong Kong, where he intended to release a report critical of the Chinese government. Kenneth

HK police watchdog finds ‘many shortcomings,’ report says

An investigation by Hong Kong’s police watchdog into the conduct of the city’s officers throughout recent unrest has revealed “many shortcomings,” the Hong Kong Economic Journal reported. The 300-page report from

Xinhua perspective | Pro-police actor remains firm after targeted by rioters

For TVB actor Mat Yeung, handshakes and photo-taking with fans at his soup restaurant in Wan Chai are common occurrences. But not until recently has Yeung seen a surge in

It’s only going to get wilder for Hong Kong dollar traders

One assessment of the Hong Kong dollar’s dramatic turnaround in recent months is that it’s a sign of things to come. The moves reveal structural tightness in the city’s liquidity conditions,

MGM offers dishes for prosperous Year of Golden Rat

To usher in a prosperous Year of Golden Rat, MGM is offering special festive delicacies for guests to celebrate with friends and family. In addition to its homemade festive puddings and

Sands China’s F&B outlets announce Valentine’s offerings

Sands China is offering a series of Valentine’s Day specialties at its properties’ eight signature restaurants on February 14. Brasserie at The Parisian will feature appetisers, including a seafood platter for

Trump trade deal raises issue of trusting China to deliver

After three years of tweets and tariffs, President Donald Trump has arrived at his China moment. The phase one deal to be signed tomorrow is expected to include China’s commitments to

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