Official: US gave intel that helped Ukraine sink Russian warship

The U.S. says it shared intelligence with Ukraine about the location of the Russian missile cruiser Moskva prior to the strike that sank the warship, an incident that was a

Authorities promote changes to quarantine hotels ahead of summer holidays

Local health authorities are promoting changes to quarantine hotel venues ahead of the summer holidays in preparation for the expected increase of demand for such

Hotel occupancy rate at 59.5% during May Golden Week

Industry figures indicated an average occupancy rate of 59.5% among local hotels during the mainland’s Labor Day Holidays, up by 28.8 percentage points compared with the rate

Second phase to be implemented from May 9

The second phase of the pilot project allowing the entry of residents from the Philippines in order to work as domestic workers will be implemented from

Business Number of registered firms grows slightly to over 81,900

The total number of registered companies in Macau grew to 81,942 in the first quarter of 2022, slightly up from the 81,060 recorded in the fourth

Company formerly linked to The 13 now has three liquidators

The Supreme Court of Bermuda has appointed a liquidation and inspection committee for South Shore Holdings, the former backer of The 13 Hotel, according to a

Gov’t mulling introduction of competitive gas supplier contract

The government has disclosed that it would “actively consider” introducing contract terms that could lead to greater competition in the gasoline supply industry. President

strengthen ties in weather forecasts for Hengqin, Delta Bridge

  A mechanism for cooperation between the meteorological entities from Macau, Guangdong and Hong Kong has long been in place. Meetings are regularly held to ensure communications

Not showing digital driving license due to app failure excusable

In the future, drivers may be allowed to show their driving licenses in a digital form and will not be punished if they fail to

IMF forecasts 2022 Portuguese economic growth to be 4%

According to the latest World Economic Outlook by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Portugal is forecast to see a 4% rise in annual Real Gross Domestic

Hong Kong reopens beaches, Beijing relaxes quarantine rules

Hong Kong reopened beaches and pools yesterday in a relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions, while China’s capital Beijing began easing quarantine rules for arrivals from overseas.

Survivor found almost six days after China building collapse

Rescuers in central China have pulled a woman alive from the rubble of a building that partially collapsed almost six days earlier, state media reported yesterday.

Debate sparks over China’s interest in election

Australia's defense policy debate heated up when the defense minister said there was evidence that the Chinese Communist Party wanted Australia’s government to change at the May

Mariupol steel mill battle rages as Ukraine repels attacks

Heavy fighting raged yesterday at the besieged steel plant in Mariupol, as Russian forces attempted to finish off the city’s last-ditch defenders and complete the capture of the

1994 President and Queen open Chunnel

The Queen and France’s President Francois Mitterrand have formally opened the Channel Tunnel during two elaborate ceremonies in France and Britain. After travelling through the tunnel, which took eight

In ‘Happening,’ a riveting abortion drama

Happening  Audrey Diwan’s Golden Lion-winner at last year’s Venice Film Festival, is set in 1963 France but the period detail isn’t prominent. Instead, it’s an abortion

Classics with a twist

Renowned for its culinary artistry, Lai Heen's meticulously curated gastronomic journey enables it to take its place in the highly respected accolades for six consecutive years

Covid continues to decline, except in Americas, Africa: WHO

The World Health Organization said yesterday that the number of newly reported coronavirus cases and deaths globally continued to fall in the last week, continuing

Bank of England raises key rate to highest level in 13 years

The Bank of England raised its key interest rate to the highest level in 13 years on Thursday as policymakers around the world combat inflation fueled by high

Greater efforts required to strike right balance

The central decision-makers have made it clear that “lying flat” and “co-existence” with COVID-19 are not an option for the country, and the efficient “dynamic clearing” policy should be

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