Typhoon Kompasu | Gov’t issues alert for ‘severe tropical storm’

The Unitary Police Service calls on the public to take precautions against typhoon and flooding following the weather bureau’s announcement that the severe tropical storm “Kompasu” will enter the alert

HAO VS LVS | David Green: LVS experience more relevant than partners on Macau bid

Former government gaming consultant David Green said in court Friday that the experience which the Las Vegas Sands Corporation (LVS) has gathered over the years — specifically in its operations

COD to manage Club Cubic following ‘unfruitful’ talks on rent reductions

The operator of Club Cubic Macau said that it has failed in its attempt to seek rent reductions for its space with City of Dreams, causing it to halt its

‘Lionrock’ broke duration records; first T8 of 2021

At the typhoon’s peak, the Civil Protection Operations Centre (COPC) registered a total of 30 incidents, including 22 cases of the collapse of building plaster, concrete parts or tiles, shops

Covid-19 | Gov’t enforces NAT tests for certain occupation, racial groups following new cases

Certain occupational and racial groups of individuals – identified as key groups by the Health Bureau (SSM) – have been ordered to take four nucleic acid tests (NAT) in eight

Boxer in critical condition after match

A local boxer is currently in a life-threatening condition after a sparring match at a boxing ring, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced. The victim was brought to Conde São Januário Hospital,

Covid-19 | Gov’t issues itineraries of cases 76 and 77

Authorities have disclosed the itineraries of the city’s two latest Covid-19 patients, including routes taken to local supermarkets and a restaurant. The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre confirmed on Saturday

Stranded students may return home to Zhuhai

Cross-border students under 14 years of age currently stranded in Macau may gradually return to their homes in Zhuhai with quarantine-upon-arrival, Wong Ka Ki, chief of the Department of Non-tertiary

Bayview NAT test-takers quarantined, but not residents

Certain individuals that took part in the citywide nuclei acid tests (NATs) at the Bayview Building have been quarantined, while the building’s residents have not been, public health doctor Leong

Golden Week arrivals dip in blow to city

The just-concluded week-long National Day holiday often dubbed Golden Week was an extraordinary one for the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) – a city highly dependent on tourism — due

Taiwan rejects China’s ‘path’ amid show of military force

Taiwan’s leader yesterday vowed to defend the island from China’s rising pressure for reunification, after a week of unprecedented tensions with Beijing. Speaking at the island regime’s founding celebrations, a rare

Elections | S. Korea’s ruling party nominates maverick politician in race

South Korea’s ruling liberal party yesterday nominated its candidate for next year’s presidential elections, selecting a maverick politician known for his outspoken views who is likely to be the race’s

India | Police detain hundreds amid violence in Kashmir

Government forces have detained at least 500 people in a sweeping crackdown in Indian-controlled Kashmir, local officials said yesterday, following a string of suspected militant attacks and targeted killings in

This day in history | 1976 China’s ‘Gang of Four’ arrested

The new chairman of China’s Communist Party, Hua Guofeng, has ordered the arrest of four leading radicals in Peking. It is a sign that China is changing political direction following the

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to journalists Ressa and Muratov

Journalists Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia won the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their fight for freedom of expression in countries where reporters

Tennis | Top-seeds Medvedev, Pliskova roll to wins at Indian Wells

Top seeds Daniil Medvedev and Karolina Pliskova rolled to straight-set victories at the BNP Paribas Open on Saturday, when several lower-seeded players were knocked out. Medvedev beat American Mackenzie McDonald 6-4,

The Buzz | Congo confirms new case of Ebola in country’s east

A case of Ebola has been confirmed in eastern Congo, according to the country’s Health Ministry and the National Institute of Biomedical Research, about five months after the country declared

Iraqis vote for new parliament hoping for change

Iraq closed its airspace and scrambled its air force yesterday as voters headed to the polls to elect a parliament that, despite widespread skepticism, some Iraqis hope will deliver reforms

China Daily | Taiwan’s future lies in reunification

On Saturday President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at a gathering to mark the 110th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911. One hundred and ten years ago, revolutionaries led by

Monday, October 11, 2021 – edition no. 3873

— Macau saw its longest T8 over the weekend, which was hoisted for 20 hours, putting the city to a standstill as it also recorded two new Covid-19 cases on

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