Household internet users climb to 183,500

The number of Macau households using the internet climbed by 1,200 year-on-year to 183,500 in 2020, according to the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) - 91.9% of the total households

New Central Library abandons plan to move traffic underground

The new Macao Central Library, which will be built on the former site of Hotel Estoril in Tap Seac Square, will abandon its plan to re-direct traffic underground from the

Mainland tourist apprehended and placed under medical observation in Coloane

  A 52-year-old man from Xi’an was searched by the police authorities in Macau and placed under medical observation at the Public Health Clinical Centre in Coloane yesterday morning, the Novel

Locals called on to take jabs to pave the way for expedited travel

Considering the willingness has remained low among Macau’s residents to receive a coronavirus inoculation, locals should take the jabs as early as possible to help the city achieve herd community,

Residents to receive vaccination certificates after two injections

Residents will get a vaccination certificate and a record card upon receiving the two doses necessary for the Covid-19 vaccination, Dr Tai Wa Hou, coordinator of the Health Bureau’s Covid-19

Consulate sets up new service to cater to Portuguese residing in HKSAR

The Portuguese Consulate General in Hong Kong launched a new remote service yesterday aiming to provide consulate services to the Portuguese community in Hong Kong. This comes after it received complaints

Sales of restaurants in Jan ‘less satisfactory’

  The percentage of restaurants and similar establishments which reported a year-on-year rise in receipts, or a steady performance in January 2021 (25%) remained at the same level as in December

CRIME | At least 17 construction workers illegally hired

A local businessman is being charged over the hiring of illegal workers for civil construction as well as for the forgery of dozens of documents to support such an illegal

Macao Water to partially subsidize facilities maintenance in old buildings

The Macao Water Supply Company Limited has set aside MOP10 million for the water facilities maintenance project. Commencing on April 1, the project will provide subsidies to owners residing in

Tourism | Visitor arrivals plunge to just over 427,000 in Feb

Tourist arrivals in the Macau SAR has dropped to 427,122 in February, registering a decline of 23.3% month-to-month, according to the latest data provided by the Statistics and Census Service

Nüwa to reopen on Mar 31

After more than a year of overhaul, Nüwa at City of Dreams will be unveiling its newly refurbished guestrooms, suites, and villas on March 31. The hotel offers around 290 luxurious

China denies incursion as 200 ships dock at Philippine reef

Bad weather prompted more than 200 Chinese fishing vessels to anchor at a reef claimed by the Philippines, Beijing said yesterday, sidestepping accusations from Manila of a move by China’s

Eight activists jailed in Shenzhen returned to Hong Kong

Eight activists detained at sea as they sought to flee Hong Kong by speedboat have finished serving jail sentences in China and were handed over yesterday to authorities in Hong

NYU Shanghai seeking answers after police detain nine students

New York University said yesterday it was seeking more information from Chinese authorities after nine students from its Shanghai campus were temporarily detained in what appeared to be police dragnet

GREAT TIMES | Meet Sea Odyssey’s New Friends at MGM

Say HELLO to the new air swimming creatures at the Grande Praça at MGM MACAU! When you are all too familiar with the shiny silvery dolphins, we have

Second Canadian goes on trial in Beijing on spying charges

A second Canadian citizen held for more than two years on spying charges in apparent retaliation for Canada’s arrest of a senior executive of the telecoms giant Huawei went on

This day in history | 1983 Reagan launches Cold War into space

President Reagan has unveiled plans to combat nuclear war in space. The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) proposes a defensive shield, using laser or particle beam technology to “intercept and destroy” incoming

Exclusive | Cyber attack tied to China boosts development bank’s chief

The cyberattack crested just as finance officials from across Latin America were descending on Washington to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Inter-American Development Bank. On Sept. 24, 2019, requests from

Nissan scandal | Japan charges Americans with helping Ghosn flee, jump bail

Japanese prosecutors charged two Americans, Michael Taylor and his son Peter, yesterday in the escape of former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn to Lebanon, while he was out on bail. Tokyo District

Wynn to host new edition of ‘Wynn Guest Chef Series’

With the arrival of spring, Wynn is set to host a new edition of the “Wynn Guest Chef Series.” China’s leading chefs from all across the country will descend upon

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