Weather bureau defends timing of rainstorm warning issuance

Both Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo do Rosário and director Leong Weng Kun of the Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) stressed the unpredictability of rainfall levels at the

Elections 2021 | CAEAL updates candidate lists in new post

The Legislative Assembly’s Electoral Affairs Committee (CAEAL) updated the candidate lists for the 2021 elections yesterday. Five candidate lists were removed as the majority of candidates were disqualified. At the Public

LVS to build on digital gaming technology

Las Vegas Sands Corp (LVS), the parent company of Sands China Ltd (Sands), is going to shift its focus to advancing the group’s digital gaming technologies primarily within the business-to-business

CE eyes closer ties with Zhejiang universities to nurture more talent

Macau’s Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng acknowledged that he is eyeing closer ties with higher institutions in Zhejiang province in order to nurture more local talent in the wellness,

Non-resident worker found dead at workplace

The Judiciary Police (PJ) informed that on the morning of Monday, July 12, they received notifications from both the Emergency Department of the Conde de São Januário Hospital Center and

Mainland travel agencies suspended for running cross-boundary tours

Two Guangdong cities have ordered the suspension of two travel agencies that caused a Macau resident to come into contact with an asymptomatic Covid-19 patient from Guangzhou. Between March and May

Cigarette sales to underage individuals subject to MOP20,000 fine

The Health Bureau (SSM) stressed that selling cigarettes or related products to individuals under the age of 18 is a punishable offence with a maximum fine of MOP20,000. The announcement comes

Temporary housing units to follow private sector construction standards

The 2,803 temporary housing units to be built at Lot P of Areia Preta will follow design and construction standards from the private sector market, Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR)

Economic Housing | Seniors’ residence mockup presented, 1,815 units will be available

The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) has revealed the final design of the public housing specifically designated for senior residents to the public. To be built at the Avenida do Nordeste,

Three non-residents arrested for drug-related crimes

  Three non-residents from the Philippines were arrested on Monday night (July 12) on allegations of drug use and trafficking, according to the Judiciary Police (PJ). Two were non-resident workers and

IAM urged to build long- overdue pumping station

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will formulate a plan to construct a new rainwater pumping station at Baía Norte do Fai Chi Kei to alleviate flooding in the city. According to

Tourist price index in Q2 down 3.91% year-on-year

The tourist price index (TPI) during the second quarter (Q2) of 2021 declined by 3.91% year-on-year to 116.93, predominantly dragged down by lower hotel room rates and falling airfares, the

Hong Kong | District councilors must take oath despite exodus

Hong Kong’s leader said yesterday that elected district councilors will still need to take an oath pledging allegiance to Hong Kong despite the resignation of dozens of councilors who are

At least eight dead in hotel collapse in city in eastern China

Rescue workers were digging through the remains of a collapsed hotel in eastern China looking for any survivors of a disaster that has killed at least eight people and left

Military says it chased US warship out of disputed sea

China’s military said it chased a U.S. warship out of a disputed area of the South China Sea on Monday after Washington warned an attack on the Philippines might activate

Great Times | Awakening Palate at MGM

Lion is always known as a symbol of courage and passion and is a synonymous to MGM. This summer, plan your gastronomic journey at MGM MACAU and

This day in history | 1991: UK forces withdraw from Kurdish haven

British troops protecting the Kurdish population in Iraq have begun to pull out of the region. They had been part of a western relief effort - Operation Haven - to re-settle

Covid-19 | Malaysia shuts vaccination center after 204 staff infected

Malaysia shut down a mass vaccination center in its worst-hit state yesterday after more than 200 medical staff and volunteers tested positive for the coronavirus. The closure was the first of

Covid-19 | Australia vows financial aid as Sydney lockdown continues

  Australian government officials yesterday announced added financial support for businesses and households as Sydney appeared increasingly likely to enter a fourth week of lockdown due to coronavirus clusters. New South Wales

Musk on trial: Defends SolarCity, calls lawyer ‘bad human’

Founder Elon Musk took to a witness stand yesterday to defend his company’s 2016 acquisition of a troubled company called SolarCity against a lawsuit that claims he’s to blame

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