People with first shot to be granted extended Covid-19 test validity

As Covid-19 cases subside in Guangdong province, individuals who have received their first Covid-19 vaccine are expected to enjoy relaxed cross-border travel regulations, with the validity period for their certificates

PJ reports another six cases of credit card fraud

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) informed yesterday that over the weekend (June 25-27), they received another six complaints regarding the unlawful use of credit cards by third parties. The incidence of

New hope for HK-Macau travel bubble 

Tai Wa Hou, coordinator of the Health Bureau’s Covid-19 vaccination operation yesterday hinted that the Hong Kong-Macau travel bubble may resume, even without the need for Hong Kong to register

Wellness and yoga retreat to pamper tired souls in July

A yoga and wellness retreat to help locals and travelers reorient themselves during today’s tumultuous times is slated to take place from July 2 to 4 at The Macau Roosevelt. The

Macau should build on President Xi’s diplomacy to thrive: Liu Xianfa

To celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) centenary, The Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China in the Macau Special Administrative

Local residents urge Taiwan to stop ‘sheltering criminals’

A group of local residents has submitted a petition to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Macau alleging that Taipei has been sheltering criminals and interfering with Macau and

Elections 2021 | Gambling worker advocate Cloee Chao submits candidate list

Yesterday, Cloee Chao, an advocate for worker rights in the gambling industry, submitted her list of candidates for this year’s Legislative Assembly election. Her team will run under the list named

Crime | Shop owner detained over HDK2 million bounced cheque

A 59-year-old local man, the owner of an eatery located in the ZAPE area, has been detained by the Judiciary Police (PJ) for having issued a HKD2 million bank cheque

Gov’t says it will consider opinions on Penha Hill visual corridor

The government says it will take into account both public opinion and the views of the members of the Urban Planning Committee (CPU) on the Urban Master Plan in maintaining

PATA Macau Chapter elects new management

The Pacific Asia Travel Association’s (PATA) Macau Chapter has elected its new management for the next term at a recent General Assembly meeting. In the coming two years, the entity will

Group submits letter to authority calling to cut blue cards

Approximately 30 furloughed members of local lobby group Macau People Power submitted yesterday a letter to the Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) requesting that the authority reduce the number of non-resident

DSAL to start ‘Initial Training Plan’ in August

  The “Initial Training Plan” for younger citizens, organized by the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) is accepting applications from June 28 until July 17, according to an announcement from DSAL. The

Apple Daily | Editorial writer arrested at Hong Kong’s airport

An editorial writer of the now-defunct Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was arrested at the airport on Sunday night while attempting to leave the city, local media reported. Local newspaper

Marking centenary, China heralds Communist Party’s influence

China is marking the centenary of its ruling Communist Party this week by heralding what it says is its growing influence abroad, along with success in battling corruption at home. Party

Blinken meets Pope Francis, gets VIP tour of Sistine Chapel

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken yesterday received VIP treatment at the Vatican, getting a private tour of the Sistine Chapel before he sat down for closed-door talks with Pope

This day in history | 2001 Diana fountain given go-ahead

A memorial in honour of Diana, Princess of Wales, is to be built in London’s Hyde Park, the government has announced. The £3m fountain will be built on the site of

UN: Reparations needed for people facing racism

The U.N. human rights chief, in a landmark report launched after the killing of George Floyd in the United States, is urging countries worldwide to do more to help end

Stocks | Asian markets lower after Wall Street recovers to new high

Asian stock markets declined yesterday after Wall Street hit a new high as investors looked ahead to manufacturing indicators from Japan, China and South Korea. Shanghai, Tokyo and Seoul declined. Trading

Automobile | Tesla to recall 285,000 cars in China and fix cruise control

Tesla is recalling about 285,000 electric vehicles in China because the cruise-control function can be activated accidentally and cause cars to accelerate suddenly, creating a safety hazard, Chinese authorities said

MGM organizes food safety seminar

MGM recently joined hands with Macao Chamber of Commerce to organize the third edition of “MGM SME Seminar – Food Safety”, an explanatory session for local small and medium-sized food suppliers to better

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