Covid-19 | Home-based learning for cross-border students from Nanping and Tanzhou

Starting from today, cross-border teachers and students who live in Nanping village in Zhuhai and Tanzhou village in Zhongshan, along with those who have visited Guoji

January Prosperity Index estimated to remain unsatisfactory

The Prosperity Index for January is estimated to range between 3.0 and 3.1, an unsatisfactory level, the Macau Economic Association (MEA) has announced. Explaining the

Law Amendment | Gaming operators demonstrate support

All eyes – particularly from the gaming sector – are on the gaming renewal concessions. With the announcement made, gaming operators in the city have each

Gaming | Long-awaited amendment rolls out ‘over promised, under delivered’

 A long-awaited decision by casino executives arrived “over promised and under delivered” on Friday, four months after it was announced that a gaming

Casino stocks rise following revision announcement

Casino's shares recorded a surge of up to nearly 17% on Friday after authorities announced amendments to the city’s gaming law. Reports and analysts had

Former lawmaker unhappy with gov’t explanation on footprint app tracking

Vague terms and conditions for the footprint recording app may leave room for personal data privacy breaches, former lawmaker Sulu Sou said in a social

CE holds meeting with Zhuhai official on pandemic control measures

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng held a meeting on Saturday via videoconference with officials in Zhuhai in order to exchange views on pandemic control measures

China’s Muwu BBQ wins sailing race

China's Muwu BBQ emerged as the grand winner of this year’s MGM Macao Cup International Regatta in the Beneteau First 40.7 unified design boat group.

Macau to host up to seven National Games sports events in 2025

As a co-host of the 2025 China National Games, Macau will hold six to seven sports events during the games, the president of Sports Bureau (ID)

Covid-19 | Chinese city lifts some restrictions after three-week lockdown

State media are reporting the Chinese city of Xi’an has gradually begun lifting restrictions after over three weeks of lockdown as authorities sought to stamp out

Economy | China’s trade surplus surges to record USD676.4b in 2021

China's politically volatile global trade surplus surged to $676.4 billion in 2021, likely the highest ever for any country, as exports jumped 29.9% over a

Pacific tsunami threat recedes, volcano ash hinders response

The tsunami threat around the Pacific from a huge undersea volcanic eruption began to recede yesterday, but the massive ash cloud covering the tiny island nation

Strong quake shakes Indonesia’s capital; no tsunami alert

A powerful earthquake shook parts of Indonesia’s main island of Java on Friday, damaging buildings and houses and sending people into the streets, but no casualties were reported. Officials

Ukraine | Microsoft discloses malware attack on govt networks

Microsoft said late Saturday that dozens of computer systems at an unspecified number of Ukrainian government agencies have been infected with destructive malware disguised as

Israel | Netanyahu negotiating plea deal in corruption trial

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is negotiating a plea deal in his corruption case, a person involved in the talks said Sunday. The deal,

This day in history | 1983 BBC wakes up to morning TV

The BBC’s new Breakfast Time programme went on air at 0630 GMT, presented by Nationwide’s Frank Bough and former ITN news reader Selina Scott.  Nick Ross,

Tennis | No title defense for No. 1: Djokovic deported from Australia

Instead of starting the defense of his Australian Open title yesterday, Novak Djokovic was slated to be deported from the country, a stunning and unprecedented end

Prince Andrew, accuser seek witnesses in sex abuse lawsuit

Lawyers for Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre have filed their initial requests for witnesses in her lawsuit accusing the British royal of sexually abusing her at

The Buzz | Woman killed in subway shove at Times Square

A woman was pushed to her death in front of a subway train at the Times Square station yesterday (Macau time) police said, a little more than a

China Daily | US’ Huawei hunt for hegemony at any cost

In 2008, the United States prevented the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei from purchasing the network solutions provider 3Com. That marked the start of its 13-year-long campaign against the

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