Xi urges higher-quality growth in swing through China’s south

President Xi Jinping urged a greater focus on quality to overcome increased global uncertainty, as he began a sweep through China’s southern manufacturing powerhouse of Guangdong. The Chinese leader made his latest pitch

Weather bureau to lower signal to T3 at 7pm

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) will lower the current typhoon Signal No. 8 to Signal No. 3 at 7 p.m. tonight, after nearly 12 hours of hoisting the higher

Acting CE sees Nangka as ‘real test’ for Civil Protection Structure

Acting Chief Executive André Cheong said today that this typhoon is the “real test” for the Civil Protection Structure. This issuance of Typhoon Signal No. 8 is the first after the

Typhoon Signal No. 3 to be hoisted only ‘in the evening’

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) will only

Polytec group retracts MOP25b compensation claim against gov’t

Former Pearl Horizon project developer has given up on suing the Macau SAR government, according to a statement released by the Court of Final Appeal. Originally, the Sociedade de Importação e

Gov’t starts consultation to define ‘sandwich class’

  Today sees the commencement of the public consultation which will attempt to define the “sandwich class” of population in Macau, an interdepartmental panel told a press conference yesterday. “Sandwich class” is

Letter to the Editor | ‘The Macao Orchestra has invited local young musicians as guest performers to extend their experience’

Dear Editor, There are currently two musicians from the Macao Orchestra who could not return to Macau due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The two musicians are still being paid and remain

Xi to meet with SARs’ top officials in visit to Shenzhen

President Xi Jinping is set to visit Shenzhen this week to shore up plans to make southern China a global technology hub, prompting Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to delay

Exclusion of TNRs in new Hac Sa BBQ rules trigger public criticism

The announcement by the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) of the rules that will regulate the reopening of the barbecue (BBQ) facilities at the Hac Sa Beach Park in Coloane has

Gov’t tightens measures to Qingdao in response to an outbreak

Macau will not allow people arriving from Qingdao in Shandong province to enter the city without undergoing medical observation and a 14-day quarantine from today onwards, local health authorities informed

Briefs | Lai Man Vai appointed as acting chief of new PJ department

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) have announced that criminal investigator, Lai Man Vai, was appointed as the acting chief of the new National Security Department that was inaugurated yesterday. The new

Self-service wine dispensers may be removed at restaurants in the future

Establishments allowing their guests to buy wines by simply inserting a prepaid card into automated machines will need to eliminate those machines when the new Legal Framework in Prevention and

Crime | Man overstayed in town for nearly 20 years without being caught

The Public Security Police (PSP) recently found a Hong Kong man who had been overstaying in Macau for nearly 20 years without having his illegal status discovered, the department reported

Flores | World’s first jetfoil may be dismantled soon

The Jetfoil Conservation Concern Group is “highly concerned about the fate of the world’s first Boeing Jetfoil Flores,” the group said in a note sent yesterday to the Times. The vessel

China’s secret to reaching carbon-neutral goal raises questions

China’s announcement last month that it aims to become carbon neutral by 2060 set off a flurry of discussion among climate watchers about how it would do that. If the world’s largest

This day in history | 1988 Government loses Spycatcher battle

The British Government has lost its long-running battle to stop the publication of the controversial book Spycatcher, written by a former secret service agent. Law Lords ruled the media can publish

UK cities chafe at new restrictions in 3-level lockdown plan

The British government is set to announce new restrictions yesterday on business and socializing in major northern England cities with high infection rates. But pubs, restaurants and other businesses are

Jazz festival attracts over 500 attendees

  A two-night jazz festival was held at D2 Club over the weekend where it gathered over 20 artists from different bands who performed an eclectic musical selection ranging from well-known

Yuan slumps most since march after PBOC acts to arrest gains

The offshore yuan tumbled the most in almost seven months after China’s central bank took steps to restrain the currency’s rally. The exchange rate slumped as much as 1.03% against the

China says it has captured a group of Taiwanese spies

China says it has captured people spying for rival Taiwan and cracked a series of espionage cases. Reports by state TV and other outlets said multiple suspects were detained but gave

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