Fire Services report drop in response services this year

The Fire Services Bureau (CB) has reported a drop in all its services during the first nine months of this year, partly due to the reduction in the number of

Doctor at public hospital conceals travel to Qingdao

A plastic surgeon at the Conde São Januário Hospital failed to declare to his employer that he had traveled to Qingdao, China before resuming work. He has been asked by

All now welcome | IAM seen to overturn policy barring non-locals from BBQ

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) appears to have overturned a controversial policy to bar non-residents from making appointments for barbeque (BBQ) facilities in public parks. A statement issued last night by

Government reviewing non-residents labor quota

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has said that the government is considering a change to the approval mechanism for qualified non-resident worker labor quotas. In a meeting with the representatives of

SMG considers hoisting typhoon signal today

A tropical cyclone signal may be considered today depending on the development of the northeast monsoon that has been affecting Macau since late afternoon yesterday, with the northerlies expected to

IC official wins appeal over 30-day suspension

A department head from the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has won an appeal to the Court of Second Instance (TSI) over a decision by former Chief Executive Chui Sai On

Macau denies Ao Man Long request for Portugal transfer

The local government has denied a request from the former Secretary for Transport and Public Works to serve the remainder of his 29-year sentence in Portugal. Citing an unnamed source in

Casinos expected to post combined $823 million quarterly loss

Macau casino operators are expected to post a combined loss of more than $800 million in earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for the quarter ended September 30,

Melco’s wealthy toy playground launches into second phase

The City of Dreams integrated resort welcomed new merchandise to the second version of “TheArsenale” pop-up store, with new products including a NASA-branded basketball, a sports car and hydrofoil, among

Briefs | IAM plans to extend Taipa bicycle trail to Friendship Bridge

  In response to lawmaker Lei Chan U’s recent written inquiry, José Tavares, president of the Executive Committee of the Municipal Affairs Bureau, has disclosed that the bureau has sourced design

39 Chinese are Thailand’s first foreign tourists in seven months

Thailand’s tourist industry took a modest step toward reviving its coronavirus-battered fortunes this week by welcoming 39 visitors who flew in from Shanghai, the first such arrivals since regular travelers

Strongest yuan in two years tests China’s tolerance for gains

Traders are testing China’s tolerance for a strong yuan, which keeps rallying no matter what officials do to rein in appreciation. The currency climbed as much as 0.55% to its strongest

Japan PM pushes closer Southeast Asia ties in China counter

Japan’s new prime minister pledged yesterday to help Southeast Asian nations increase their maritime security capabilities, as he used his first overseas trip as leader to push his country’s vision

This Day in History | 1966 Double-agent breaks out of jail

One of Britain’s most notorious double-agents, George Blake, has escaped from prison in London after a daring break-out believed to have been masterminded by the Soviet

Growing N. Korean nuclear threat awaits US election winner

Where’s the war? That’s how President Donald Trump defends his North Korea policy at campaign rallies even though he’s joined the list of U.S. presidents unable to stop the ever-growing

Huawei, China firms said to seek curbs on Nvidia’s arm deal

Chinese technology companies including Huawei Technologies Co. have expressed strong concerns to local regulators about Nvidia Corp.’s proposed acquisition of Arm Ltd., people familiar with the matter said, potentially jeopardizing

Lai Heen at The Ritz-Carlton launches two new tasting menus

The Michelin-starred Lai Heen at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau has introduced two tasting menus to feature the flavors crafted by the restaurant’s Executive Chef, Jackie Ho, which capture the essence of

Shine Spa at Sheraton Grand Macao rolls out treatment packages

Shine Spa at Sheraton Grand Macao is offering a new range of great value offers and treatment packages, available now until December 19 and starting from MOP588, the integrated property

Drive In | Spike Lee, David Byrne take us on a hypnotic journey

Ever since the pandemic darkened theaters earlier this year, sending the entire performing arts world into a catastrophic state of limbo, we’ve seen all manner of creative virtual substitutes: Digital

The Buzz | Pope endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary film

Pope Francis endorsed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pope while being interviewed for the feature-length documentary “Francesco,” which premiered yesterday at the Rome Film Festival. The papal thumbs-up

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