Elections 2021 | Disqualified democrat lists appeal to TUI

The leaders of three pro-democracy lists running for the Legislative Assembly (AL) elections are said to be appealing the decision of the Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL), which disqualified

CE respects CAEAL’s decision, vowing freedom of speech isn’t compromised

Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng assured the public yesterday that the city’s freedom of speech — a privilege enjoyed by every resident — “has never been narrowed.” The Legislative Assembly

Flooding at temple inevitable but will be managed: Mok Ian Ian

The Sin Fong Temple was built sunken, and has therefore flooded whenever there is heavy rain. However, work has been done with the temple’s management to resolve the problem, Mok

12th IIICF | Gov’t vows to continually deepen China-Portuguese ties in infrastructure

As a pivotal bridge between China and Portuguese-speaking countries, Macau will continue to tap into its cultural past and foster commercial ties between the nation and the global infrastructure and

Financial Secretary remains confident in this year’s GGR forecast

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong said that the government has not changed its forecast on this year’s gross gambling revenue (GGR). The current forecast made by the government

Gaming | Sands China posts 10% increase in Q2 revenue

Sands China Ltd continues to turn its finances around, posting a total of USD849 million in net revenue in the second quarter (Q2) of 2021 — a 10.1% uptick from

Melco defends safety of aquatic facilities

Local resort operator Melco Resorts and Entertainment stressed that the installations at its Studio City Water Park were “checked before opening and during operation every day,” the operator told the

Gaming operators donate MOP60m to Henan

Each of the six local gambling operators has announced that they will donate MOP10 million — amounting to a total of MOP60 million — to Henan Province to aid the

Committee of Rules and Mandates passes ‘hot potato’ to next term

This decision was conveyed by committee chairman Chui Sai Peng to the media in a press briefing after the session. Chui justified the decision to the media by observing that the

MUST survey finds decrease in employees’ confidence in job market

A survey by the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) found that local employees were 7% less satisfied with their job than in the previous year. The survey was conducted

Two new cases of Bell’s palsy reported after Covid-19 vaccinations

Two local women, aged 35 and 60 years old, are the most recent cases of Bell’s palsy diagnoses after a Covid-19 vaccination, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center has

Student arriving from UK is the 56th case of Covid-19

A 21-year-old local resident who arrived in Macau from the U.K on Wednesday (July 21) tested positive in a nucleic acid test (NAT) upon arrival, and has since been classified

Gov’t rebuffs WHO’s terms for further Covid-19 origins study

China cannot accept the World Health Organization’s plan for the second phase of a study into the origins of COVID-19, a senior Chinese health official said yesterday. Zeng Yixin, the vice

33 dead, eight missing in flood-hit Henan

More cities in China’s Henan Province have been hit with torrential rains that have left 33 dead and eight missing. At 11 a.m. yesterday, Henan’s provincial meteorological observatory reissued a top-level

Diplomacy US, South Korea say they’ll push North to return to nuke talks

Top U.S. and South Korean officials agreed yesterday to try to convince North Korea to return to talks on its nuclear program, which Pyongyang has insisted it won’t do in

Olympic opening ceremony director fired for Holocaust joke

The Tokyo Olympic organizing committee fired the director of the opening ceremony yesterday because of a Holocaust joke he made during a comedy show in 1998. Organizing committee president Seiko Hashimoto

Two more Olympic athletes among 91 total Tokyo virus cases

Two athletes were among four residents of the Olympic Village who were added to the tally yesterday of people accredited for the Tokyo Games who have tested positive for COVID-19

This day in history | 1986 Prince Andrew weds Sarah Ferguson

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have married at Westminster Abbey. Thousands of people lined the streets of London and a worldwide TV audience of 500 million tuned in to catch a

Mobile internet disruptions seen in Iran amid water protests

Mobile phone internet service in Iran is being disrupted a week into protests in the country’s southwest over water shortages, a monitoring group said yesterday, unrest that has seen at

Norway mourns 77 dead a decade after extremist attack

Commemorations have begun yesterday to mark 10 years since Norway’s worst ever peacetime slaughter. On July 22, 2011, right wing extremist Anders Breivik set off a bomb in the capital, Oslo,

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