Local employment rate stable at 4.1%

The unemployment rate of local residents stood at 4.1% for the three-month period of March to May this year. This level was the same as the preceding period from February

CE leads delegation to attend CPC celebration

  Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng will visit Beijing from today until July 1, having been invited to attend celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist

Decline of drug abuse in Macau

The number of people experiencing drug dependency in Macau has been continuously dropping, the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) said in a statement. According to the official statistics, in 2020, the number

Police searching for witness of ambulance accident

A Health Bureau’s ambulance reportedly collided with a 63 year-old man last Friday on Avenida Wai Long, injuring the victim. The Public Security Police Force (PSP) are now calling for eye

Liaison Office deputy head: Intention to overthrow means subversion

Ending the one-party system” is inappropriate in China under its legal framework, Zhang Rongshun, deputy director of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao Special Administrative

Elections 2021 | ‘Macau Victory’ submits list of candidates

Parliamentary election first-timer “Macau Victory” has recently submitted a list of five candidates to the Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL), in the hopes of “awaking Macau people’s consciousness.” The five

Covid-19 | City’s 54th case is a returnee from the UK

Macau has registered a new Covid-19 patient, a returnee student from the U.K., raising the overall number of cases to 54. The returnee student, a local female resident, arrived in Macau

Lawmakers call for employment protection, better career paths

A group of lawmakers has separately called on the government to enforce more measures to protect the employment of local residents. Lawmakers Ho Ion Sang, Leong Sun Iok, and Lam Lon

PJ warns public of scam mimicking DSF website

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) received reports last week of a new online scam sending text messages purporting to come from the Financial Services Bureau (DSF) website. The scam asks citizens

USJ ‘bullying’ scandal leaves nine professors fired, three resigning

A group of nine professors were let go “without justifiable cause” by the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) and another three resigned due to “bullying” by superiors, lawmaker José Pereira

Gov’t suspends Kai Fong’s school land concession

The School of the Residents of Macau, operated by the General Union of Neighborhood Associations of Macau (UGAMM), has recently had its land concession suspended by the government. The land concession

Definition of ‘residence’ to follow fire safety law

If the Urban Construction Legal Regime passes the Legislative Assembly, the definition of residential use under this regime will align with the Fire Safety Law, a parliamentary committee confirmed yesterday. In

Security chief named Hong Kong No. 2 official amid clampdown

China on Friday promoted Hong Kong’s top security official to the territory’s No. 2 spot as Beijing looks to the government of the Asian financial hub to clamp down on

China says no strings attached to vaccine shipments overseas

China said Saturday that it provides vaccines to other countries with no political conditions attached, responding to a story by The Associated Press saying China pressured Ukraine into withdrawing from

This day in history | 2004 US transfers power back to Iraq

The United States has handed power back to the Iraqi people at a low-key ceremony in Baghdad. US administrator Paul Bremer transferred sovereignty to an Iraqi judge at a handover brought

Covid-19 | WHO: Delta variant is ‘most transmissible’ identified so far

The head of the World Health Organization said the COVID-19 delta variant, first seen in India, is “the most transmissible of the variants identified so far,” and warned it is

Diplomacy | Blinken, Lapid meet in Rome amid reset US-Israel relations

Hush-hush diplomacy. In-person visits. And a very public no-surprises agreement on Iran. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid met in Rome yesterday as their new

Italy sets record for not conceding, then allows a goal

After 19 hours of flawless defending, Italy broke its own world record for not conceding a goal in international soccer. The streak ended a mere 25 minutes later. Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma

Preview | France looks to forwards, Swiss aim to end knockout drought

Winning the toughest group at the European Championship wasn’t really a big surprise for the World Cup champions. Winning only one match in that group was, though. Regardless, it was still

The Buzz | Report: Classified UK defense papers found at bus stop

Sensitive defense documents containing details about the British military have been found at a bus stop in England, the BBC reported yesterday. The papers included plans for a possible U.K. military

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com