25 Macau students ‘flee’ from Portugal

The group of Macau residents are university students. They boarded a flight at 8 p.m., on March 12. They are expected to arrive at the Hong Kong International Airport around

Unemployment rate holds stable up until January

The unemployment rate in Macau remained stable for the three months between November 2019 and January 2020, the government’s Statistics and Census Service announced. Overall unemployment rate during the

Future Bright records losses of HKD376 million last year

Future Bright Holdings Limited is on alert for a considerable continued loss of revenue in the first quarter of 2020 due to the outbreak of the

Approved commercial property loans drop 35%

The monthly average value of new commercial real estate loans approved between November 2019 and January 2020 amounted to 2.4 billion patacas, down by 35.6% in comparison with the

Gov’t e-vouchers to last three months, expiring in August

The government-issued e-voucher worth 3,000 patacas will be made redeemable during the three-month period from May 1 to July 31, while any outstanding funds by

After success at home, health authority shifts attention worldwide

Local health authorities are redirecting their attention regarding the outbreak of Covid-19 away from the mainland and toward other countries and regions, the director of the Health

Sixth round of mask distribution starts today

The sixth round of the sale of masks organized by the government begins today and will be conducted in exactly the same manner as the previous sale,

Local resident: Shanghai’s lockdown psychologically demanding but worth it

A number of Chinese cities have strictly enforced measures to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, with many cities experiencing whole or partial shutdowns as

Visitors from Norway to face medical exams upon SAR entry

The Macau SAR is requiring individuals who have travelled to Norway within the 14 days prior to their entry into Macau to submit to medical examination.

State Dept criticizes meddling with right to peaceful assembly

The government of the Macau Special Administrative Region is interfering with press freedoms and the right to peaceful assembly, according to the latest human rights report by

Gaming | Wynn to draw down part of $850 million line amid virus pain

Wynn Resorts Ltd. is planning to draw down a portion of its $850 million revolving credit line as the casino operator grapples with the coronavirus pandemic’s

Briefs | Top court agrees to bar highest officials as witnesses

The Court of Final Appeal has supported the government’s decision to exempt high-ranking government officials from being witnesses at court trials. In 2015, during a lawsuit case, a

Analysis | The new mask: Wave of global revolt replaced by virus fear

As 2019 gave way to 2020 in a cloud of tear gas, and in some cases a hail of bullets, from Hong Kong to Baghdad, from

Covid-19 | World walls off as leaders warn viral pandemic will worsen

People around the world became increasingly closed off from one another Thursday as sweeping travel bans accelerated, walling regions apart as a viral pandemic unfolds and

Philippines | President Duterte to be tested for virus, palace cleaned

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is being tested for the new coronavirus after meeting with Cabinet officials who were exposed to infected people and have now been self-quarantined,

Pandemic | Virus lockdown means Italy’s old are isolated from relatives

Natalina De Santis’ three adult children come to her front door, bringing food to keep her healthy and books to relieve her boredom, but she

This Day in History | 1979 – Grenada leader ousted by coup

A coup in the Caribbean island of Grenada has toppled the country’s controversial Prime Minister, Sir Eric Gairy. Sir Eric was at the United Nations in New

China auto sales plunge in amid virus shutdown

China’s auto sales plunged 81.7% in February from a year ago after much of the economy was shut down to fight a virus outbreak, an industry group

Corporate Bits | MGM continues charity donations as part of relief measures

Dedicated to supporting local charity work in the midst of the Covid-19 epidemic, MGM has donated 45 temperature guns, along with hand sanitizers and other anti-epidemic supplies, to Macau Tung

Football | Juventus player Rugani tests positive for coronavirus pandemic

Italian soccer club Juventus announced yesterday that one of its players, defender Daniele Rugani, has tested positive for COVID-19. Rugani, who also plays for the

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