Non-local workers of all nationalities to be allowed in from Monday

Non-resident workers of all nationalities will be accepted to enter the city from next Monday, a health official announced this afternoon (Thursday). Before then, only domestic workers from outside of Macau

Heavy rainstorm puts city underwater again

Floods were recorded in many locations across Macau yesterday as heavy rainfall hit the city from early morning until the evening. Videos and pictures posted

Economy chief says closure of satellite casinos not related to law review

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong insisted yesterday that the Gaming Law review had nothing to do with the claimed serial closures of satellite

Local NGO disagrees with IC on Guia Hill building

The Concern Group for the Protection of the Guia Lighthouse has issued a statement condemning the latest decision on the building project located at Calçada do

Hainan island explores green fishery for sea protection

Zeng Guangneng, a fish farmer in Wenchang, a city in south China’s island province of Hainan, has experienced several major life changes. His grandfather was a

Gov’t internship scheme registrations only accepted in Chinese

The registration platform for an internship program co-hosted by the government and local employers is only available in Chinese, despite the program having operated for

Gov’t kicks off contest to test local resort workers’ skills

Some workers in local integrated resorts will see their skills tested in a competition that kicked off yesterday morning. Officially referred to as the Fourth Macao

468 new graduates from tourism programs this year

A total of 468 graduating students from Master of Science (MSc), postgraduate, undergraduate, and diploma programs at the Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) received their degrees yesterday,

PJ holds School Safety Network Exchange Meetings

The Judiciary Police (PJ) held two “School Safety Network Meetings” with representatives from the education department and youth groups in Macau to discuss and optimize

Lawmakers raise doubts over public capital enterprises regime

Lawmakers from the First Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) have expressed several concerns and raised many doubts over a new bill which aims to

China, Cambodia break ground on port, dismiss US concerns

Chinese and Cambodian officials broke ground yesterday on a naval port expansion project, dismissing American concerns it could provide Beijing with a strategically important military outpost

Police sentenced to life for killing drug suspect

A former Thai police colonel nicknamed “Jo Ferrari” for his extravagant collection of luxury cars was sentenced with five subordinates Wednesday to life in prison for the

Ukrainian forces could pull back from embattled eastern city

Ukrainian forces battling Russian troops in a key eastern city appeared on the cusp of retreat yesterday, though the regional governor insisted they are still fighting

1975 First live broadcast of Parliament

The first live transmission from the House of Commons has been broadcast by BBC Radio and commercial stations. Commentary was provided by BBC political editor David Holmes

Amazon says it prevented 4 billion bad listings in 2021

Amazon, which has been under increasing pressure to tackle counterfeit products, said in its second-annual report that it prevented 4 billion bad listings from making

CESL Asia’s Monte do Pasto acquires new farm in Alentejo

Monte do Pasto Group, owned by CESL Asia, recently completed the acquisition of Herdade das Gregas de Cima, a 455-hectare property in Alentejo. The group now has a

Wynn signs agreements with DSEDJ for two collaborative initiatives

Wynn Macau has signed two memoranda of understanding with the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) to launch the “School-Corporation Partnership” and “Parenting Education” program, the gaming operator

DeChambeau, Reed to join Saudi-funded league in US: report

Major champions Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Reed plan to sign up with the Saudi-funded LIV Golf Invitational series in time for the rival circuit to start playing in

Hawaii photographer finds fine art in massive Pacific waves

Hawaii photographer Clark Little is known for his stunning images from inside the barrels of some of the most powerful and dangerous waves on Earth. The

China’s coastal areas at higher risks of rising sea levels: report

China’s coastal regions are in urgent need of enhancing shoreline protection and adaptation capacity to cope with the rising sea levels, according to a report released by the

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