Police carry out evacuation drill in low-lying areas

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has carried out an evacuation drill for low-lying areas, including the area between Ponte 16 and Rua de Francisco António and the areas east of NAPE

Briefs | Urban renewal company accused of lack of transparency

  Macau Urban Renewal Ltd is facing accusations that it lacks transparency. The Follow-Up Committee on Public Finance Affairs of the Legislative Assembly (AL) accused the company of being unclear in

Government removes article on national security from PJ bill

  The SAR government has removed an article concerning national security matters from the Law of the Judiciary Police (PJ), known as Law No. 5/2006. On Friday, the First Standing Committee of

After Zhuhai visa restart, immigration authority sees no change in border crossings

The city’s immigration authority has not noticed any change in the number of border crossings since the resumption of tourist visa issuance in the neighboring city of Zhuhai. Based on information

Briefs | Dead dolphin found near Cheoc Van Beach

  Yesterday morning, the body of a humpback dolphin was spotted off the coast of Cheoc Van Beach in Coloane by Macao Customs, the government announced. Following the sighting of the

Gaming | Fitch throws weight behind Macau’s revenue acceleration theory

THE gaming market of Macau will recover quicker than its main overseas rivals in Singapore and Las Vegas, according to a note by Fitch Ratings, echoing expectations from other analysts.

Covid-19 blood test now ready, according to doctor

A Covid-19 antibody test that only requires a drop of blood and can provide a result in 10 minutes is now ready, Ng Chi Ho, director-general of the Macao Greater

Patriotic education underlined among most important teaching goals

While Hong Kong is debating whether politics should be brought into the classroom, Macau is already providing patriotic education. The Macau government has been promoting a sense of patriotism within

Ho Iat Seng turns to discuss economic development during Beijing visit

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has been discussing post-coronavirus economic development during his visit to Beijing over the weekend, meeting with Secretary of the Party Committee of the State-owned Assets

Gov’t unveils leisure area in Taipa repurposing thousands of old tires

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has unveiled the details of a brand-new leisure area to be built in Taipa, which will repurpose thousands of old tires under an eco-friendly initiative. The

Newborn discovered dead by coast

The body of a deceased newborn was found at about 11:20 a.m. on Saturday morning, according to information disclosed by the police authority. The newborn was found by a cleaner commissioned

Body of deceased woman found on walking trail

The body of a woman was found on the beach along the Hac Sá Long Chao Kok Coastal Trail on Saturday, according to the Judiciary Police (PJ). The body was discovered

Sands Shopping Carnival attracts over 100,000 visitors benefiting local SMEs

Sands China Ltd.’s successful Sands Shopping Carnival has surpassed a visitation count of 100,000 during its three-day event at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Expo. Held between August 7 and August 9,

Trump ratchets up fight with TikTok’s Chinese owner

United States President Donald Trump on Friday ordered the Chinese owner of the popular music video app TikTok to sell its U.S. assets, citing national security grounds and delivering the

Kansas prof’s defense lawyers warn prosecution would criminalize job disputes

The prosecution of a Kansas researcher ensnared in a U.S. government crackdown on Chinese economic espionage and trade secret theft opens the door to criminalizing workplace disagreements, his attorneys argued

China attacks new US demand to register Confucius Institutes

China accused the United States on Friday of trying to “demonize and stigmatize” relations between the two countries, in a scathing attack on the Trump administration’s designation of Chinese-funded language

Briefs | Shenzhen finds new local Covid-19 cases, shutters stores

  A supermarket worker in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen and five others tested positive for Covid-19, forcing the closure of some stores as officials act to damp a resurgence

This Day in History | 1998 Clinton admits Lewinsky affair

President of the United States Bill Clinton has admitted having an inappropriate relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky. In a televised address Mr Clinton told the American people that

Covid-19 | South Korea reports 279 cases, most in five months

South Korea has reported 279 new coronavirus cases in the highest daily jump since early March, as fears grow about a massive outbreak in the greater capital region. The figures released

Facebook says Apple in-app fees hurt businesses during Covid

Facebook Inc. joined a growing list of developers to publicly criticize Apple Inc. over its revenue-sharing policy for in-app purchases, suggesting the iPhone maker’s fee structure is hurting small businesses

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