Repatriation | 60 stranded passengers take chartered flight to Malaysia for transit

Some 60 stranded former non-resident workers in the Macau SAR were repatriated yesterday via AirAsia, some of them having medical conditions requiring urgent care. The return flight will bring in 12

AirAsia optimistic about travel bubble despite city’s entry restrictions

Low-cost airline AirAsia has been optimistic about Macau establishing travel bubbles with different ASEAN countries, particularly those that are considered low risk. Previously, Celia Lao, CEO of AirAsia Hong Kong and

Macau business travel expected to rebound: Beijing

The business travel of both Macau and Hong Kong has shown signs of recovery, Xie Jinying, director-general of the Bureau of International Exchanges and Cooperation of the Ministry of Culture

Hotel occupancy rate stood at 53% during recent holidays

  Local hotel establishments saw an average occupancy rate of 53.1% between during Easter and Ching Ming Festival, a figure that represents an increase of 4.5% compared to the Spring Festival,

Tourism Vocational Competition 2021 to underscore GBA integration

The upcoming third edition of the Macao Integrated Tourism and Leisure Enterprises Vocational Skills Competition, jointly organized by the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) and the Macao Federation of Trade Unions

Briefs | DSAL deputy director took office

The Deputy Director of the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) Chan Chon U took office yesterday. The inauguration ceremony was held at the office of DSAL, attended by the DSAL Director

Five lawmakers criticize Au Kam San’s spoken inquiry

In a Legislative Assembly (AL) session yesterday, five lawmakers rounded on lawmaker Au Kam San to criticize him on his position in a spoken inquiry during the period before the

AL votes down nine debate proposals

  The majority of the lawmakers at the Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday voted down nine proposals on topics related to social issues and the livelihood of the population. All the proposers of

Lawmakers against vote of salutation to press

Lawmaker Sulu Sou’s aspiration to issue a vote of salutation by the Legislative Assembly (AL) for the work and role of the press in Macau was voted against by 24

Gov’t should lower bar for vocational program: FAOM

The government should lower the application threshold for the Subsidized Vocational Upskill Program to offer assistance for more underemployed and unemployed residents in Macau, Choi Kam Fu, director of the

CRIME | Two men become victims in massage scam

  Two men were involved in two separate cases of massage-related scams, with one of them losing nearly MOP73,000. In the first case that took place on March 31 evening, the 30-year-old

Currency | Yuan erases year’s gains against dollar while PBOC steps aside

China’s yuan is hurting after months of standing tall against the dollar. In March, the currency gave up all its 2021 gains and then some. There are signs a short-term retreat

China protests transit of US destroyer through Taiwan Strait

China yesterday protested the passage of a U.S. destroyer through the Taiwan Strait in the latest move as both nations increase their naval activity in the region. China tracked and monitored

Beijing blasts Taiwan over efforts to help ally Paraguay get vaccines

China slammed Taiwan over its efforts to help one of its few remaining allies get coronavirus shots, the latest squabbling over vaccines between the two sides of the strait. “We have

This day in history | 2003 Saddam statue topples with regime

There have been scenes of jubilation in Baghdad as US tanks rolled into the very heart of the Iraqi capital, confirming that the government of Saddam Hussein has been ousted

UK | Covid cases drop 60% due to vaccines, lockdown

Britain’s COVID-19 vaccination program is beginning to break the link between infection and serious illness or death, according to the latest results from an ongoing study of the pandemic in

Northern Ireland | Leaders call for calm after night of rioting

Rioters set a hijacked bus on fire and hurled gasoline bombs at police in Belfast in the fourth night of violence in a week in Northern Ireland, where Brexit has

One good Thing | Nepal’s God of Sight eye doctor to expand work beyond border

Just next to the Mayadevi temple where Buddha was born more than 2,600 years ago, hundreds of people lined up outside a makeshift hospital on a recent hazy day, hoping

Car Review | Upgraded luxury Mercedes S-Class now in town

Representing exquisite luxury cars since the brand was born, the all-new Mercedes-Benz S-class has recently arrived in Macau, with improved facilities and technology inside and out. Considered enchanting by the brand,

Macau Racing Tips | Last Week Tip:The Shaoxing 1050 Metres Sand  2021-04-09 | Fri | 21:25

I am hopeful that my pick on an outsider this Friday evening may prevail, hopefully that again he will offer us good handsome pay outs after the long Easter break. Golden

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