MOP200 million flew away with Viva Macau, no criminal charges against extinct airline

According to the CCAC report, the relevant department was found that "it had neither strictly required complete application documents from the applicant nor carefully scrutinized the applicant’s repayment capacity,

Gareth Bale to fly to England on Friday on return to Tottenham: BBC

Jose Mourinho was keen to take the credit Wednesday for Real Madrid signing Gareth Bale. The Tottenham manager was coyer on the team's moves to bring the forward back to

Drive In | Back roads brutality in ‘The Devil All the Time’

Say what you will, Antonio Campos' "The Devil All the Time" lives up to its title. Spanning numerous generations and set across a bleak and blood-stained Appalachian landsc ape, Campos'

Fifth Macau-Taipa link still intact despite Zone D’s reevaluation

The Macau SAR government is continuing with its plans for a fifth cross-water link between the Macau peninsula and Taipa, according to Chan Pou Ha, Director of the Land, Public

Briefs | Man apprehended for involvement in 13 million patacas fraud

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) has apprehended a mainland man suspected of fraud in a case involving 13 million patacas. Last week, the PJ cracked down on a sex scam in

Sin Fong owners rebut claims of interest subsidization

The management committee of Sin Fong Garden has issued a statement denying lawmaker Zheng Anting’s claim that his organization is subsidizing the interest on the loans taken out for the

Gaming | Experts say tech is ready for safety and security in Covid-19 era

With the help of fast-evolving technology, the gaming industry is ready to face the new challenges posed by the Covid-19 crisis, a panel of specialists taking part in an online

Gov’t has plan to allow foreign bluecards back in

  The government has drafted a plan for gradually reopening the borders to allow for the return of some people of non-Chinese nationalities to Macau, the Secretary for Social Affairs and

Crime | Ex-couple conflict complicates car crash investigation

A car crash incident has become far more complicated after a joint investigation by both the Public Security Police Force (PSP) and the Judiciary Police (PJ) found that it involved

Crime | Security guard charged with sex offenses against 9-year-old

A non-resident security guard from the mainland has been charged by the PSP with sexual offenses against minors. The 30-year-old suspect worked at a Taipa residential estate on Estrada de Governador

Fashion festival to be themed ‘Green Sustainability’

The Macao Fashion Festival 2020 will be held from October 22 to 24 at the Cotai Expo Hall A with the theme “Green Sustainability.” Covering an area of 1,116 square meters,

GP Committee acknowledges difficulties this year for racers

The Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee (MGPOC) has acknowledged that several participants from the 67th edition of the local Grand Prix are facing difficulties to participate in the event this

Forex reserves edge down to 189 billion patacas

  The preliminary estimate of Macau’s foreign exchange reserves amounted to 189.2 billion patacas at the end of August 2020, the special administrative region’s monetary authority said. The latest statistics from

SMG considers issuing Signal No. 1 today

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) is considering issuing a Tropical Cyclone Signal No. 1 this morning as tropical storm Noul gradually intensifies and moves across the South China Sea

China war games a signal to Taiwan leader, foreign backers

Recent Chinese war games near Taiwan were a deliberate signal to the leaders of the island and its foreign backers that Beijing intends to make good on its vow to

Hong Kong | German think tank closes office over new law

A German think tank said yesterday it is closing its Hong Kong office following China’s imposition of a sweeping new national security law on the territory. The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for

Chinese Communist Party wants bigger role in private sector

China’s Communist Party is looking to strengthen its leadership and control of the country’s growing private sector and its employees by extending the work of the United Front further into

This Day in History | 1993 Shock as racist wins council seat

The British National Party has won its first council seat in a by-election in East London, provoking fear in the local Asian community. Unemployed lorry driver Derek Beackon beat the Labour

Japan | New Prime Minister Suga, self-made and strong-willed

Before he got Japan’s top government job, Yoshihide Suga was known as a “shadow” prime minister and the right-hand man for his long-serving predecessor. When Shinzo Abe announced last month he

Tourism | Chinese-owned Thomas Cook reborn as online travel agent

Thomas Cook relaunched yesterday as an online travel firm that will initially sell holidays to destinations on the U.K. government’s safe travel corridor list. The company, bought by China’s Fosun Group

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