Crime | Two arrested over forged IDs for construction workers

Two men have been arrested by the Judiciary Police (PJ) in connection with a case regarding the forgery of Macau resident identification cards and construction industry occupational safety cards, the

Briefs | Vaccination rate only at 10%

  The Health Bureau (SSM) laments that the vaccination rate against Covid-19 is only at 10% despite the advertising and promotional works that it conducted. According to the bureau, the current

Local man wins lawsuit in Taiwan to marry Taiwanese boyfriend

A court in Taiwan ruled yesterday in favor of a Macau-Taiwanese couple who were barred by a local registry from getting married because Macau does not recognize same-sex marriage. Originally from

SSM March report on infectious diseases shows change in patterns

A recent statistical report published by the Health Bureau (SSM) on the infectious diseases from the mandatory report has shown a change in the pattern of some conditions, the SSM

Urban Master Plan final report in CE’s hands by September

The final report on the Urban Master Plan will be ready to be delivered to the Chief Executive (CE) by September this year. The status of the plan’s final edition

Gov’t to clarify future of Red Market in 2H

The announcement of the future of the Red Market was delayed due to the difficulties in looking for a provisional substitute during its proposed revamp, Secretary for Administration and Justice

China’s criticism of HK legal luminary a warning for lawyers in the two SARs

The central government’s denunciation against the chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association Paul Harris may be a “clear intrusion in the sphere of the legal profession ,” but its

Photographer collaborates with EXIT on ‘My City’ collection

Portuguese photographer Gonçalo Lobo Pinheiro is collaborating with local skate shop EXIT to launch the ‘My City’ collection: a combination of local and Chinese-Portuguese elements. According to the photographer, the ‘My

Rodolfo Ávila returns to TCR China this weekend

Macau race driver Rodolfo Ávila has announced his return to competition at TCR China Touring Car Championship. Ávila finished last year’s championship in second position and will return this year, representing

Retailers plan on coupons to boost returning spending

To further encourage spending alongside the third round of government stimulus, some businesses are hinting they will issue coupons to spending customers to generate repeat consumption. The registration period of the

Studio City granted extended construction deadline beyond gaming license

Macau’s government has granted Studio City International Holdings Ltd a seven-month extension to its land concession contract for its integrated resort Studio City on Cotai — several months past the

Gaming | SJM proposes to raise notes in HKD and MOP

SJM Holdings Ltd (SJM) would raise HKD1.25 billion notes and MOP300 million notes, according to a statement delivered by the group to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 5. The

Tourism | Gov’t to promote Macau in Jiangsu

The government will be promoting Macau in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province during the Macao Week in Jiangsu between May 13 and 17. The event will showcase Macau by featuring: a mega roadshow,

Interview | US general says China’s Africa outreach poses threat from Atlantic

The top U.S general for Africa is warning that a growing threat from China may come not just from the waters of the Pacific, but from the Atlantic as well. U.S.

Hong Kong | Activist Joshua Wong sentenced for Tiananmen vigil

Prominent pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong was sentenced to more jail time yesterday for participating in an unauthorized vigil to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, as Hong Kong authorities exert

China suspends economic dialogue with Australia

China yesterday suspended an economic dialogue with Australia, stepping up a pressure campaign that began over Australian support for a probe of the coronavirus and has disrupted exports to the

This day in history | 2001 Thousands greet Pope in Syrian visit

Thousands of people have turned out to greet Pope John Paul II on his historic visit to Syria. The pontiff drove in his popemobile through the narrow streets and was greeted

Dubai | Luxury home market soars as world’s rich flee pandemic

After nearly three decades in London, Christophe Reech was fed up with the city’s pandemic lockdowns. This spring, he sold his luxury townhouse and jetted off to the desert sheikhdom

Drive In | Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish in ‘Here Today’

A sleepy and aimless stab at something earnestly “feel-good,” “Here Today” is a wasted pairing of Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish that juggles dementia, grief and family squabbles about as

Taste of Edesia | A French Celebration 

In conjunction with the “French GourMay” Festival that celebrates gastronomy à la française, The Manor at St. Regis Macao crafted an a la carte menu with the absolute finest ingredients

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