Panic buying as Typhoon Kompasu approaches

The Times visited several retailers including supermarkets and bakeries and observed empty shelves with a minimal quantity of supplies. A woman was also seen buying about 40 cans of luncheon

Man found hanging in hotel room

A man was found dead in a hotel room in Cotai this afternoon, having apparently committed suicide, Judiciary Police (PJ) reported. The fire department notified the bureau and asked them

Crime | Man arrested for defamation regarding Covid-19 information

A resident of The Bayview has been arrested for spreading false information and accused of defaming two senior officials in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic. The authorities received complaints from the

City records relapse Covid-19 case

A Macau resident who was diagnosed abroad with Covid-19 has relapsed, the Novel Coronavirus Coordination and Response Centre confirmed. The resident was tested upon arrival in Macau on October 11

MATCHDAY: Denmark can seal World Cup spot; England, Portugal in action

GROUP A Serbia looks to keep the group lead ahead of Portugal when it hosts last-placed Azerbaijan. The Serbians are coming off a victory in their trip to Luxembourg, which will

Kompasu: Storm leaves nine dead in landslides, floods in Philippines

A tropical storm set off landslides and flash flooding as it barreled over the tip of the northern Philippines overnight, and officials said today (Tuesday) at least nine people had

China pledges $230 million for biodiversity fund at UN meet

China today (Tuesday) pledged $230 million to establish a fund to protect biodiversity in developing countries. President Xi Jinping, speaking by video to a U.N. conference in the southwest Chinese city

T3 may be replaced by T8 from 8PM

The present T3 may be replaced by T8 between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. tonight, the weather bureau announced. The local winds will strengthen. At 16 L.T., S.T.S. "Kompasu" (2118) is

IMF foresees a slight drop in global growth from pandemic

The International Monetary Fund is slightly downgrading its outlook for the global recovery from the pandemic recession, reflecting the persistence of supply chain disruptions in industrialized countries and deadly disparities

THE CONVERSATION | How your emotional response to the pandemic changed your behavior and your sense of time

The COVID-19 pandemic, now in its 19th month, has meant different things to different people. For some, it’s meant stress over new school and work regimes, or anxiety over the

Gov’t launches new round of support to SMEs, low-income residents

The government yesterday announced a new set of support measures for struggling small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and low-income residents as the pandemic crisis continues to threaten local businesses. Resident workers,

Typhoon Kompasu | Issuance of T8 ‘relatively high’ tonight

The probability of hoisting a Typhoon Signal 8 between tonight and tomorrow morning is “relatively high.” This comes just a few days after the city saw its longest T8 that

Sands China deploys 2,400 employees during mass testing drives

Sands China has deployed over 2,400 Sands China team members, including Sands Cares Ambassadors, who took shifts around the clock during the second and third community-wide mandatory nucleic acid testing

Hao vs LVS | Witness reaffirms major changes to bidders score done by commission

The former member from the gaming consultants’ team who was hired by the government to evaluate and grade tender bidders for Macau gaming licenses in 2002 - David Green –

Vaccine required for attendees of AL swearing-in ceremonies

  The swearing-in ceremonies of the lawmakers and the president of the seventh Legislative Assembly (AL) will take place, respectively, at 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. on October 16, in the Noble

Transmac ‘severely condemns’ violent behavior against driver

Bus company Transmac “severely condemns” the assault of its bus driver on October 4, which involved a senior citizen punching the driver when he was not permitted to disembark while

Covid-19 | Gov’t stresses two racial groups have low-risk amid alleged discrimination

Following the announcement of the high-frequency nucleic acid test (NAT), some shops have allegedly started banning customers of Vietnamese nationality, as raised yesterday in a press conference. When questioned if these

India, China army talks to defuse border tensions fail

Talks between Indian and Chinese army commanders to disengage troops from key friction areas along their border have ended in a stalemate and failed to ease a 17-month standoff that

Climate | Flooding sends bus into river; 120,000 evacuated

A bus fell into a river in northern China yesterday, leaving at least three people dead and 11 others missing after flooding from heavy rains destroyed homes and covered farmland. Video

North Korea | Kim calls for improved living conditions

North Korea said yesterday leader Kim Jong Un urged officials to overcome a “grim situation” facing the country and make stronger efforts to improve the food and living conditions of

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