Lawmakers urge gov’t to act on flooding, illegal wastewater dumping

Several lawmakers used the period before the agenda yesterday at the Legislative Assembly to call on the government to find real solutions to prevent flooding in Macau. The impetus was the

Pereira Coutinho loses appeal to plenary on rejected law proposal

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho once again made a proposal to establish a regime that would allow workers associations to represent and fight for workers’ rights, only to be once more

Macau office in Taiwan to suspend operation

The Macau Economic and Cultural Office in Taiwan will temporarily cease to operate from June 19 as Macau employees working at the office could not obtain work visas, the SAR

Lisboeta launch date unclear despite role in tourism initiative

The second phase of the “Stay, Dine and See Macao” local tour and staycation initiative will see facilities located in several local hotels or resorts taking roles, including the ZIPCITY

MGTO unveils 15 new partially subsidized local tour routes

  Yesterday, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) held a press conference to announce the second phase of the “Stay, Dine and See Macao” initiative, which will see four itineraries from

Rotary Club of Macau hosts 74th Annual Charity Ball

The Rotary Club of Macau’s 74th Annual Charity Ball gathered around 300 Rotarians, relatives, Rotaract and Interact club members, and guests at an event themed “wanderlust.” Held at The Ritz-Carlton Grand

USD12 billion Case | Trial between mogul Hao and LVS begins

The court case between Taiwanese businessman Marshall Hao and gaming giant Las Vegas Sands (LVS) started yesterday. Hao is seeking approximately 70% of Sands Macao’s profits from 2004 to 2022. This

Crime | UM 4-meter high embankment climbed by illegal immigrants

Members of an illegal immigration syndicate, which has recently been busted by the Judiciary Police (PJ), for climbing the four-meter high embankment surrounding the University of Macau (UM) using ropes. The

Covid-19 | New vaccination center to open June 21

Given the increasing demand for vaccination among residents, the government has designated the Mong-Ha Sports Centre as a new inoculation site, bringing the total number of vaccination centers from 15

Young male not identified as imported case for now

An 18-year-old man, a Macau resident who recovered from Covid-19 and then tested positive again on June 15 whilst observing mandatory quarantine after his return to Macau from Hong Kong,

Authorities are ‘bending the rules’ to claim illegal assembly, Scott Chiang says

Pro-democracy activist and candidate to this year’s Legislative Assembly elections, Scott Chiang, thinks that judiciary authorities were bending the rules when they found him guilty for the crime of illegal

China set to send first crew to new space station today

The three members of the first crew to be sent to China’s space station say they’re eager to get to work making their home for the next three months habitable,

This day in history | 1974 IRA bombs parliament

The IRA said it planted the 20 lb (9.1 kg) device which exploded at about 0828 BST in a corner of Westminster Hall. The explosion is suspected to have fractured a

Lebanon | Crisis threatens one of its few unifiers, the army

Since the civil war, through wars with Israel, militant bombings and domestic turmoil, Lebanese have considered their military as an anchor for stability, one of the only institutions standing above

Ronaldo scores 2, Portugal beats Hungary 3-0 at Euro 2020

Cristiano Ronaldo’s record-setting day came in front of the first packed crowd of this year’s European Championship. The Portugal great set the record for most career goals at the tournament in

Preview | Ukraine, North Macedonia need points after Euro 2020 losses

Both Ukraine and North Macedonia conceded late goals in their opening matches at the European Championship, and both lost because of them. The teams will next play each other at Euro

People hurt by parachuting protestor at Euro 2020 game

Several spectators were treated in the hospital for injuries caused by a protestor who parachuted into the stadium before France played Germany at the European Championship, UEFA said Tuesday. Debris fell

The Buzz | China says nuclear fuel rods damaged, no radiation leak

A Chinese nuclear power plant near Hong Kong had five broken fuel rods in a reactor but no radioactivity leaked, the government said yesterday in its first confirmation of the

North Korea | Kim warns of ‘tense’ food situation, longer Covid lockdown

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned about possible food shortages and urged the country to brace for extended COVID-19 restrictions as he opened a major political conference to discuss

China Daily | G7 wastes opportunity to help others

The leaders of the G7 wealthy nations pledged during their weekend summit in the United Kingdom to share more than 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines with the world’s low-income countries over

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