Legislative Assembly | Secretary Wong trades blows with Sulu Sou over ‘secret police’ bill

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak and democrat lawmaker Sulu Sou traded verbal blows during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary meeting after the latter compared

New bridge planned to connect UM to Hengqin border checkpoint

The Macau SAR government has already started on plans to build a bridge to connect the University of Macau (UM) campus to the new Hengqin port,

Suicide prevention hotline expecting more calls this year

The suicide prevention and emotional aid hotline is expecting to see an increase in calls related to suicide cases this year, according to the secretary-general of

Proposal may give employers power to choose compensation day

The latest text for the holiday compensation bill submitted by the government to the Legislative Council will allow employers to select the particular compensation rest

Complaints about personal care products on the rise

The largest number of complaints the Consumer Council received in 2019 was related to personal care products and services, which increased to 236 cases, amounting to

Food and beverage industry reports challenging business conditions

The food and beverage industry faced challenging business conditions that remained mostly unchanged in the final months of 2019. According to data released yesterday by the

Health | One more death caused by Wuhan coronavirus in China

There were no new suspected cases of the new strain of coronavirus that originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan in Macau over the weekend, the locally-based

Crime | Complicated marriage scam swindles Macau IDs for the family

A 73-year-old male Macau ID holder legally divorced his wife in order to wed two of his daughters-in-law, in the process claiming himself father of his

Briefs | One killed, two injured in murder case

A young woman was killed in an incident in the Pat Tat San Chun building in Areia Preta. Two others, including one child, were injured. On Sunday night,

Two mainlanders caught for multiple phone thefts

Members of the public should always take care of their own belongings, advised the police during the daily press conference yesterday. In the latest theft case

Analysis | ‘Lennon Walls’ herald sticky-note revolution

Months of anti-government protests in Hong Kong have physically reshaped the city. As a scholar of urban landscapes, I have been interested in how the citizens and activists

Briefs | Cross-border RMB settlement hits new high

Cross-border settlement in Chinese currency in south China’s Guangdong Province hit a new high in 2019, said a local branch of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), the central

Hong Kong | Homes remain world’s least affordable for 10th year

Hong Kong has racked up a 10th year as the world’s least-affordable housing market, highlighting the inequality that has helped fuel months of protests. The

Hong Kong | Jobless rate rises for third consecutive month

Hong Kong’s jobless rate rose for a third month in December, as the city’s consumption and tourism-related industries remained weak amid the city’s protest-driven recession.

Technology | Samsung engineering maven to lead world’s top phone business

Samsung Electronics Co. has appointed Taemoon Roh the head of its smartphone division, tasking a veteran executive with oversight of the world’s largest mobile devices business.

Amazon’s snooping on Alexa chats spurs EU privacy response

European Union privacy watchdogs are gearing up to police digital assistants after revelations that Amazon.com Inc. workers listened in on people’s conversations with their Alexa digital

Imitate animals to get discounts at Studio City this CNY

Studio City is celebrating the Lunar New Year with a series of promotions and new offerings. Both children and adults are targeted with an the array of animal-themed

Sands China, Dianping train chefs in Macau

Sands China Ltd. hosted the Black Pearl Chef Club Event on January 8 at the Adelson Advanced Education Centre at The Venetian Macao. The Black Pearl Chef Club Event is a

Huawei exec’s extradition hearing begins in Canada

The first stage of an extradition hearing for a senior executive of Chinese telecom giant Huawei began yesterday in a Vancouver courtroom, a case that has infuriated Beijing, caused a

Japan | Shinzo Abe resumes constitution quest to burnish legacy

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces almost insurmountable obstacles to completing his career-long quest to amend Japan’s pacifist constitution. That won’t stop him from trying. The premier opened a new session of

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