Murder suspect denies masterminding lethal attack

The main suspect in a violent murder case in Areia Preta has denied she masterminded the attack, the Judiciary Police (PJ) told a press conference yesterday. The 33-year-old suspect is surnamed

Car accident in Korea leaves Macau woman in coma

A local woman fell into a coma after being hit by a car in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Her husband sustained bone fracture in his leg from the

Lawmakers accuse public of politicizing imported labor

Two indirectly-elected lawmakers representing the business sector in Macau’s Legislative Assembly have described local people’s resistance to importing foreign workers as an obstruction to the city’s development. Lawmakers Ip Sio Kai

Tourism board to delegate more patrol officers at major attractions

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has announced a series of measures to gear up for the upcoming Chinese New Year festival, such as offering a forecast of visitor flows

Police to monitor CNY crowd with surveillance cameras

Surveillance cameras will be used to monitor crowds at tourist attractions following last year’s practice by the Public Security Police Force (PSP) during the Lunar New Year period. A special device

Health | Coronavirus: New response team established, all flights to be monitored

The Macau government has established an emergency response team in view of the worsening Wuhan coronavirus situation in the Asia-Pacific region, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Ao Ieong U

GEG Spares No Effort in Environmental Protection and Sustainability

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) is committed to protecting the environment and fostering sustainable development. Over the years, GEG has incorporated a variety of green initiatives into its daily operations, from

Jorge Viegas | President of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme: Motorcycle racing in Asia is growing at unrivaled pace

The first-ever person of Portuguese nationality to hold the position, Jorge Viegas has served as president of the global governing and sanctioning body of motorcycle racing, the Fédération Internationale de

Inner Harbor Ferry Terminal to have isolation area upon opening

When the Inner Harbor Ferry Terminal reopens to the public tomorrow, it will contain a special isolated area to separate suspected pneumonic cases of the newly-emerged coronavirus infection. The special

Education | Lawmaker says teaching of special education students falling behind

The government should strengthen the evaluation mechanisms for students with special education needs and ensure that there is sufficient resources for these students in schools, lawmaker Sulu Sou noted in

China’s top official in HK urges enacting national security law

China’s new top official in Hong Kong urged the city to enact national security legislation, raising speculation that Beijing might renew its push for a bill that prompted mass protests

Hong Kong | Gov’t seeks powers to curb online harassment amid unrest

  Hong Kong’s privacy chief said cases of online harassment have surged since the city’s protests erupted last year, as the government seeks new powers to take down posts and prosecute

Businesses confident in Greater Bay Area project, says survey

  Businesses are confident in the prospects of the Greater Bay Area (GBA) project, with over half of business executives planning to expand geographically in the region before 2022, a survey

Private aviation security is full of holes. Carlos Ghosn proves it

When he skipped bail at the end of December and made his way to Lebanon via private jet, Carlos Ghosn exploited a loophole commonly known

Tencent responds to ByteDance with WeChat short-video trial

Tencent Holdings Ltd. is planning a major update to its WeChat messaging app to stave off up-and-comer ByteDance Inc. and counter the startup’s growing dominance of short-form

China sentences ex-boss of Interpol to 13 years for bribes

China has sentenced the former president of Interpol, Meng Hongwei, to 13 years and six months in prison on charges of accepting more than $2 million in bribes. Meng

Huawei CFO’s lawyers say US fraud charges are a ‘facade’

Huawei Technologies Co. Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou shouldn’t be dispatched to the U.S. because her alleged crimes don’t meet Canada’s legal tests for extradition, her

Countries gear up response to new coronavirus

Countries in Asia and elsewhere have begun body temperature checks at airports, railway stations and along highways in hopes of catching people carrying a new coronavirus

Environment | Thunberg tells Davos: you’ve done nothing on climate change

Greta Thunberg brought a stark message to the business elite gathering in Davos: Everybody is talking about climate change, but nobody is doing anything. Her

Iran acknowledges Russian-made missiles targeted Ukraine jet

Iran acknowledged yesterday that its armed forces fired two Russian anti-aircraft missiles at a Ukrainian jetliner that crashed after taking off from Tehran’s main airport earlier

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