Labor bureau rules out legality of swapping salary with shares

Employers have no legal grounds to replace salary with company stocks, whether in part or in whole, the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) told lawmaker Ron Lam.

IC: building construction on Guia Hill will not impact lighthouse

Allowing the suspended building on Guia Hill’s mid-levels to retain its current height and continue construction will not have a “foundational impact” on the values of

Macau GP regular Davy Morgan dies in racing accident on the Isle of Man

A regular competitor at the local Grand Prix, Northern Ireland’s Davy Morgan, died yesterday in a motorcycle racing accident during this year’s Isle of Man Tourist Trophy

China, Cambodia breaking ground on joint port project

Cambodia denied again yesterday that it will allow any Chinese military presence at a port where it and China are beginning an expansion this week that has

UK Doubts hang over Johnson though Tory’s bid to oust him fails

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson scrambled to patch up his tattered authority yesterday after surviving a no-confidence vote that laid bare deep divisions in his Conservative

IAM cuts down old trees affected by ‘tree cancer’

A Chinese banyan tree was among several trees that were recently cut down by the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM). In a statement, the Bureau noted

Big-six stocks gain on hopes that travel visa policy will be less restrictive

  Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (+8.8%), Wynn Resorts (+1.9%), Las Vegas Sands (+1.2%), and MGM Resorts International (+0.9%) traded higher on Monday in New York stock exchanges after Covid restrictions were

Woman loses over HKD400,000 in pandemic-related phone scam

A local woman in her 30s has claimed to have lost over HKD400,000 in a phone scam, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported at the regular joint

Crossdresser charged over thefts of clothing and shoes

A 39-year-old local resident stands accused of at least three thefts involving clothing and shoes which owners claimed to be worth around 32,000 patacas, the Public

Children to be trained at MUST to play soccer against GBA opponents

About 40 children between the ages of nine and 12 years will be trained at an intensive program this summer before playing in a friendly match

IFTM students get hands-on supporting SME development

A group of students from the Tourism Business Management program of the Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) has engaged in assisting a local jewelry brand

Universal Beijing Resort to resume operations

With Beijing’s Covid-19 infections falling, the Universal Beijing Resort said yesterday that it will resume operations on June 15 after a month of closure. The

Taipei concludes long-awaited book fair

This year’s Taipei International Book Exhibition concluded yesterday after six days of exhibitions and various activities held against the backdrop of Covid-19 prevention and control.

US, S. Korea fly 20 fighter jets amid N. Korea tensions

South Korea and the United States flew fighter jets in formation over South Korea’s western sea yesterday in a show of force amid signs that a North

PM Ardern to visit counterpart Albanese in Sydney

Australia's new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has held face-to-face meetings with the leaders of the United States, India, Japan and Indonesia during his hectic two weeks

1978 Woman takes world sailing record

Naomi James has broken the solo round-the-world sailing record by two days. Her 53 ft yacht Express Crusader crossed the finish line in Dartmouth at 0911 BST

Amid crypto turmoil, senators propose sweeping oversight

Wide-ranging bipartisan legislation unveiled yesterday in Washington would regulate cryptocurrencies and other digital assets following a series of high-profile busts and failures. It’s unclear, though,

TIS Class of 2022 going places

Last weekend, 68 students of The International School (TIS) donned their caps and gowns to receive their Alberta High School Diplomas in front of family, friends, teachers and

New family-friendly entertainment venue opens at Studio City

A playground “like no other in Macau” will open this summer at Melco’s Studio City, the gaming operator said in a press release yesterday.  The newest family-friendly

Inoue stops Donaire in second round, unifies three bantamweight belts

Naoya Inoue stopped Nonito Donaire midway through the second round last night night, emphatically winning their rematch and unifying three bantamweight world titles. Inoue (23-0, 20

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