CTM upgrades infrastructure to enhance cybersecurity

Infrastructure has been constantly upgraded in order to achieve a higher level of cybersecurity, telecom service provider CTM said in a statement. “Before the implementation of Macau’s Cybersecurity Law, both CTM

Registrations open for new DSAL jobs program

  Registration for a new round of the employment training program run by the Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) has begun, but some members of the community have voiced concerns about whether

Lawmaker Ron Lam raises postgrad subsidy issues

In a recent written enquiry, lawmaker Ron Lam revealed that certain postgraduate applicants for the tertiary education subsidy have been denied funding due to their non-current student status. For reasons not

Craft market kicks off on Friday

  The Tap Seac Craft Market will be held at Tap Seac Square for the next two weekends. It runs from Friday to Sunday each weekend, November 19 to 21 and

CE: Lifting entry ban for domestic workers a ‘very difficult decision’

Allowing foreign arrivals, particularly domestic workers, is a “very difficult decision” to make, as most of them hail from high-risk countries, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said at a press

Gov’t investment in Provident Fund depending on surplus

The government investment share on the individual accounts from the Central Provident Fund can only resume after the government accounts are back to register surplus, Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat

MOP10,000 subsidy for eligible residents from Nov. 26

Low-income employees, the self-employed and business operators who are facing difficulties are eligible to receive a one-time subsidy of MOP10,000, according to a statement released by the Financial Services Bureau

Policy Address | Pandemic prevention still tops gov’t priorities for next year

Measures directly or indirectly related to Covid-19 pandemic prevention and control still top the government’s policy priorities for 2022. This was acknowledged by the government in the Policy Address Report

Gaming | Concessions likely to be extended again if law not ready

  Set to expire in June 2022, the current gaming licenses could again be extended if the new gaming law that will set the rules for the new concession tender is

Crime | Middle court sends pedophile sex offender to jail

The Court of Second Instance has denied a suspect’s appeal and jailed him immediately for the crime of sexual assault against minors. In October last year, the accused indecently assaulted four

CHINA-US | Xi-Biden talks raise hope for better ties but strains remain

China yesterday welcomed a virtual meeting between President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden as raising hopes for better relations, while the U.S. was more muted on the talks

North Korea | Kim praises efforts to build ‘model’ city

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has returned from a monthlong break from public view to inspect a major development project near the border with China, which he said epitomizes

This day in history | 1997 Egyptian militants kill tourists at Luxor

More than 60 people have been killed after an attack on a group of foreign tourists visiting a temple in southern Egypt. The tourists’ bus was fired on as they visited

World War II | US veterans recall flying aid to China

Veterans and officials from China and the United States yesterday celebrated the 80th anniversary of the Flying Tigers, American pilots who flew for China in World War II, as a

Space | Russia rejects accusations of endangering ISS astronauts

Russian officials yesterday rejected accusations that they endangered astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) by conducting a weapons test that created more than 1,500 pieces of space junk. U.S. officials

Aviation | Emirates says IPO a possibility for famed long-haul carrier

The president of long-haul carrier Emirates said yesterday that an initial public offering of stock in the Dubai-based airline could happen as the city-state tries to boost its local financial

Jin Chen becomes ambassador for Swiss watchmaker Rado

One of China’s most popular actresses and models has landed a starring role as a brand ambassador for Swiss watchmaker Rado: Jin Chen. Jin Chen has played different roles in a

Sands China launches new programme with MPI

According to the gaming operator, the initiative provides real-life opportunities for its participants to apply what they have learned in the classroom by completing projects for Sands China – such

Football | Italy stumbles into playoffs again, England cruises in WC qualifying

Italy is facing another detour to get to a World Cup final. The playoffs beckon for the Azzurri — just like four years ago — after stumbling to 0-0 at Northern

The Buzz | Diners now have to ask for plastic utensils in Los Angeles

Customers at Los Angeles restaurants will only get plastic utensils and napkins if they ask for them, under a new ordinance taking effect this week that aims to reduce waste. The

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