Lawmakers vocal on accommodation for TNRs

Lawmakers Ho Ion Sang and Leong Sun Iok both called for more support for non-resident workers in light of the tightened epidemic control measures. As the pre-requisites for border crossings tightened

Briefs | Electric motorbike battery cabinet rolls out in 3 gov’t parking lots

  The Transport Bureau has permitted battery exchange facilities for a brand of electric motorbike to be placed at three local parking lots within the designated area for motorbikes. The parking

Tourism group estimates daily tourist arrivals may fall to under 10K

Following the updated disease control measures, estimates on the daily tourist arrival counts made by Andy Wu Keng Kuong, Chairman of the Travel Industry Council of Macau, may fall below

No date set for citywide Covid-19 test yet: Alvis Lo confirms

In yesterday’s Covid-19 media briefing, director of the Health Bureau (SSM) Alvis Lo rebutted the rumors circulating online and reaffirmed that the government has yet to set a specific date

Gov’t tightens measures to minimize contagion risk from Guangdong

The Health Bureau has tightened its controls on anti-pandemic measures, requiring all individuals to present their valid green health code whilst entering designated venues. The news was announced by Leong Iek

New Macau accuses gov’t of rushing proposal that ‘shakes Macau’s foundations’

“On May 24, we had a meeting . At this meeting, the government proposed a new amendment to the bill . The most relevant content is that there is

New mandate at AL is a decision from citizens, Sou says

The possibility of being re-elected for a new mandate as a lawmaker at the Legislative Assembly (AL) is a matter that requires evaluation and is a decision for the citizens

Suncity to offer up to 15-months’ salary for exit package

Macau’s junket investor Suncity Group Ltd will provide exit bonuses for staff who have signed up for the group’s voluntary resignation package, according to a report published by GGR Asia

Scoot’s sudden rescheduling puts passengers in trouble

The Times was told that the flight by Scoot Airlines (SQ8345), originally scheduled to depart from Macau to Singapore this Saturday, June 12, was re-scheduled to take off on Sunday

ASEAN Meeting | China pledges further Covid-19 aid to Southeast Asia

China yesterday pledged further assistance to Southeast Asian nations in battling the coronavirus pandemic as it seeks to boost influence with the region where the United States is also looking

China dispatches vaccine, syringe aid to 66 countries

China has completed dispatching COVID-19 vaccines and syringes to 66 countries and one international organization as of Sunday amid efforts to provide vaccine aid and strengthen international cooperation, the Ministry

Taiwan reports 219 COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths

Taiwan yesterday reported 219 cases of COVID-19, all of which were local infections, as well as 22 deaths from the disease, the island’s disease monitoring agency said. Of the new local

Xinhua Focus | Xi’s care for intangible cultural heritage bears fruit

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has stressed developing more local specialty industries and achieving better development through innovation. Xi made the remarks on Monday

This day in history | 1958 Queen opens revamped Gatwick

The Queen has opened London’s new and extended airport at Gatwick on the Surrey-Sussex border 25 miles (40km) south of the capital. Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived by

Maldives foreign minister elected as UN assembly president

Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid of the Maldives won election as the next president of the U.N. General Assembly yesterday, and pledged to push for equal access to coronavirus vaccines, a

Trade | US deficit dips to $68.9 billion with exports up

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in April to $68.9 billion as an improving global economy boosted sales of American exports. The April deficit, the gap between what America buys from abroad

Economy | World Bank sees 5.6% global growth in 2021, best since 1973

The World Bank is upgrading the outlook for global growth this year, predicting that COVID-19 vaccinations and massive government stimulus in rich countries will power the fastest worldwide expansion in

SJM supports 2021 World Environment Day

Melco launches 3-year residency show, featuring HK superstars

The three superstars will be performing a collective of 90 exclusive shows at Studio City from 2021 to 2024. Further first-class artists will join this lineup with their bespoke shows

All Roads – blocked off roads – lead to Tokyo Olympics

Roads were being closed off yesterday around Tokyo Olympic venues, including the new $1.4 billion National Stadium where the opening ceremony is set for July 23. This is a clear sign

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