CPU member expresses concerns over building-linking flyovers

A member of the Urban Planning Committee (CPU) raised concerns over the ownership and responsibility for the inter-building flyovers used to provide access to pedestrians. The question was raised by CPU

Briefs | 2nd-level Covid-19 close contact from Guangzhou quarantined in Macau

  The Macau Health Bureau has been notified by the Guangdong Health Commission that a second-level close contact of a Covid-19 positive case from Guangzhou, Guangdong, has entered Macau. The local

Legislative committee criticizes budget execution for UM construction

The University of Macau (UM) did not do well in terms of reviewing the budget executions for its construction projects, lawmaker Mak Soi Kun and president of the Legislative Assembly’s

AL committee proposes to allow provisional residential permit holders as residents

A parliamentary committee has proposed to the government to allow new immigrants on provisional residential permits to be considered as residing in Macau even if they do not stay overnight

MICE sector sees 68 events in Q1

A total of 68 meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) events were held in the first quarter of 2021, including 61 meetings and conferences (-56 year-on-year) and seven exhibitions (+4

Covid-19 | City records first case of Indian variant

  The 51st confirmed case of Covid-19 in Macau, detected a few days ago, was found to be SARS-CoV-2 variant known as B.1.617 – which is widely known as the Indian variant. This is

Crime | Drug trafficking in eggroll can busted

A crime in which a Hong Kong drug cartel used eggroll cans to contain narcotics and send them by mail to Macau has recently been busted, the Judiciary Police (PJ)

Gov’t to continually roll out promotions in Shanghai to attract tourists

The Macau SAR is again set to host a mega roadshow in Shanghai to entice visitors to visit the city, which has been described as a “healthy, safe and quality

Halftone to cater to photography enthusiasts

A new photography association will launch today, aiming to promote all aspects of contemporary photography. At 6:30 p.m. today, a total of 18 photography enthusiasts who are part of the new

Businessman Rosário pleads not guilty in cryptocurrency investments fraud trial

The trial of the fraud case involving cryptocurrency investments began this Tuesday at the Court of First Instance. The case involves a total of 71 victims and a sum of

Melco hosts seminar on GBA entrepreneurship opportunities

Melco Resorts & Entertainment hosted a seminar titled “Follow your Dreams” with the aim of providing team members with practical knowledge of the Greater Bay Area’s (GBA) business and entrepreneurship

Gaming | When bureaucratic irresolution and pandemic jabs Japan’s IR bubble

Ever since Japan’s parliament, the National Diet, ratified the Integrated Resort (IR) Promotion Act in 2016 and ensured the IR Implementation Bill in July 2018 — the stamps of approval

This day in history | 1994 Dissident writer Solzhenitsyn returns

Alexander Solzhenitsyn has flown back to his native Russia after 20 years of exile in the United States. His plane touched down in the far eastern port of Magadan from Anchorage,

Actor John Cena faces backlash in China over Taiwan comment

Actor and professional wrestler John Cena has apologized to fans in China after he called Taiwan a country in a promotional interview for his upcoming film and became the latest

Hong Kong | Legislature due to approve curbs on public vote

Hong Kong’s legislature is expected to change electoral laws to drastically reduce the public’s ability to vote for lawmakers and increase the number of pro-Beijing lawmakers making decisions for the

Shift in fortunes | Old-school tycoons of Hong Kong are losing to China’s moguls

The prediction was vintage Jack Ma, as provocative as it was prescient. “This is the era of the internet,” the Chinese billionaire proclaimed in October 2013, just weeks after his plan

Tokyo Games | Major Japan newspaper Asahi calls for Olympic cancellation

Japan’s Asahi Shimbun newspaper yesterday called for the Tokyo Olympics to be canceled with the games set to open in less than two months. It is the first of Japan’s major

The Buzz | Portugal backtracks on capital-focused vaccines

Portuguese authorities say they are speeding up their COVID-19 vaccination drive nationwide after prompting an outcry by saying inoculations would be accelerated only in the Lisbon region. The Lisbon and Tagus

WHO asked to review spiked Italy report, whistleblower case

Whistleblower protection groups urged the World Health Organization yesterday to launch an independent review into the case of an Italian researcher who reported being pressured to falsify data in a

China Daily | Pandemic calls for unprecedented unity

  Although the sporadic locally transmitted cases appearing each day over the past two weeks might appear inconsequential in comparison to the situation in many other countries, the extreme vigilance the

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