Breaking News: All-English CL final moves to Porto with 12,000 fans

The all-English Champions League final will be held in Porto with 12,000 fans from Chelsea and Manchester City, UEFA confirmed today (Thursday). The May 29 showpiece was moved from Istanbul to

Crime | Apostate and iconoclast apprehended

An unemployed man suddenly lost faith in a deity in which he previously believed before destroying the statue of the deity he had at home and throwing an incense burner

Briefs | 81 new CCTVs at Hengqin Port

  Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has mandated the Judiciary Police (PJ) start employing a total of 81 new video surveillance cameras, also known as CCTV, at departure and entry

Court acquits suspect in sex offence case

A local male driver has been found innocent by the Court of First Instance in a sexual offence case concerning a young girl whose age was not disclosed by the

Residential mortgage loans up 38.9% month-on-month

Both new approvals of residential mortgage loans (RMLs) and commercial real estate loans (CRELs) advanced in March, according to data provided by the Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM). In March this

Local investors allegedly involved in US deli controversy

Macau investors are allegedly involved in a U.S. based company that has topped USD100 million in market capitalization, despite its eatery earning less than USD36,000 in the past two years. In

Council receives 98 complaints on yoga center

The Consumer Council (CC) has received a total of 98 complaints regarding a yoga center that will allegedly close down after a significant number of its clients have paid advanced

Elections 2021 | Voting stations likely remain at 36, new locations

The coming Legislative Assembly (AL) Election is likely to have 36 polling stations, the same number as the previous round, the Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly Election (CAEAL)

IC extends Rental Waiver scheme

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will extend its Rental Waiver scheme until December 31 in a bid to ease the burden caused by the pandemic to artists and cultural associations.

Urban Master Plan | New Macau calls on gov’t for more leisure spaces

The New Macau Association (ANM) has called on the government to consider both the general and the regional population needs concerning the draft of the Urban Master Plan that was

Two entities for lift maintenance and inspection for greater safety: DSSOPT

In the forthcoming Elevator Regulation Legislation, the government recommends instituting two separate entities to conduct elevator maintenance and inspection work independently, in order to ensure the safety of lifts in

IAM to collect feedback to improve playground safety

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) pledges consult users’ feedback to further improve the safety standards of playground equipment at Chunambeiro Park and Flora Park. Earlier, Lawmaker Leong Sun Iok submitted a

MUST hosts Chinese painting exhibition to celebrate double 21st anniversary

The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) held an exhibition to celebrate Chinese painting arts, and stressed the importance of the marking of the 21st anniversaries of both the

Taiwan | 16 new cases cause worry, Tsai says don’t panic

Taiwan’s president yesterday sought to reassure the public that the government is capable of withstanding a further outbreak of COVID -19 after 16 local cases were detected. The exact origins of

Covid-19 | Sinovac shot seen highly effective in real world study

Sinovac Biotech Ltd.’s vaccine is wiping out Covid-19 among health workers in Indonesia, an encouraging sign for the dozens of developing countries reliant on the controversial Chinese shot, which performed

John Zhang | Australian court upholds laws against foreign interference

A Chinese-born political adviser yesterday lost his challenge in Australia’s highest court against laws banning covert foreign interference in domestic politics. John Zhang Shi Sheng also lost his High Court challenge

This day in history | 1981 Thousands see Pope shot in Rome

The Pope has been shot four times as he blessed the crowds in St Peter’s Square in Rome. Surgeons have performed a five-hour operation and say they hope he will make

Mideast | 50 killed, hundreds wounded in escalating violence that bears hallmarks of Gaza war

Rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes early yesterday as the most severe outbreak of violence since the 2014 war took on many hallmarks of

Gaming | US casinos match best quarter ever; post-Covid hopes rise

America’s commercial casinos matched their best quarter ever in the first three months of this year, as customers continued returning amid the COVID-19 pandemic and internet and sports betting money

Galaxy unveils 10th anniversary promotions

Galaxy Macau unveiled a series of promotions to mark its 10th anniversary. The five luxury hotels at Galaxy Macau is presenting the “10th Anniversary Hotel Packages,” including a package that allows

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