Covid-19 tally rises to 65 after 16 new cases

Macau has registered 16 fresh case as of 9 a.m. today, bringing the total caseload  to 65. The cases involve 45 women and 20 men, aged between eight months

Gaming law amendments passed in shorter-than-expected plenary

All but one proposal in the Gambling Law Amendment Bill (the Bill) were passed unanimously yesterday at the parliament, giving the government the green light

Gov’t calls on whole population to self-test today

The SSM director said that the idea is that people can learn how to do the self-test and carry out a follow-up of their negative nucleic acid

Associations urge hotel sector to provide lower room prices for employees

The Association of Macao Tourist Agents (AMTA) has expressed hope that the hotel sector will provide accommodation support to employees amid the implementation of pandemic

UNESCO to present local heritage protection group’s outcry to Beijing

A group that has been calling for the safeguard of a prominent element of Macau’s heritage has announced that UNESCO will bring the matter to Beijiing in

‘Everything is on fire’: Ukraine region weathers bombardment

Russian attacks laid down a curtain of fire yesterday across areas of eastern Ukraine where pockets of resistance are denying Moscow full military control of

Covid-19 Outbreak Mass testing concludes with 49 positive cases

The number of Covid-19 infections in Macau has grown to 49, the director of the Health Bureau (SSM), Dr. Alvis Lo, informed yesterday during the

Authorities clear rumors of potential lockdown

The Unitary Police Service (SPU) has negated rumors circulating over social media platforms that the government has been preparing to issue a citywide mandatory seven-day

BritCham raises MOP100,000 at Annual Ball

Punk: Chaos to Couture’’ was the theme at this year’s Annual Ball organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in Macao (Britcham), which raised over MOP100,000 for the chamber’s corporate

Two women still hospitalized after brutal attack in China

Two of the four female victims remain hospitalized 11 days after a group assault in northern China that sparked nationwide outrage, authorities said yesterday, as they

UN biodiversity summit moved from China over Covid-19 policy

A United Nations summit on biodiversity will be held in Canada instead of China, organizers announced yesterday, the second major international event to be moved from China

S. Korea runs first successful homegrown space rocket launch

South Korea successfully launched its first homegrown space rocket on yesterday, officials said, a triumph that boosted the country’s growing space ambitions but also proved it has

Japan court says ban on same-sex marriage constitutional

A Japanese court ruled Monday that the country’s ban on same-sex marriage does not violate the constitution, and rejected demands for compensation by three couples who said

1941 Hitler invades the Soviet Union

In a pre-dawn offensive, German troops pushed into the USSR from the south and west, with a third force making their way from the north towards Leningrad. 

Elon Musk’s USD44 billion Twitter deal gets board endorsement

Twitter's board has recommended unanimously that shareholders approve the proposed $44 billion sale of the company to billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, according to a

JetBlue raises offer again in bidding for Spirit Airlines

JetBlue Airways Monday increased its offer to buy Spirit Airlines, raising the stakes again in a battle over the nation’s biggest budget airline. New York-based

Tokyo closes books on costly, pandemic-delayed Olympic

Organizers of last year’s COVID-delayed Tokyo Olympics were expected to place the final cost of the Games at 1.42 trillion yen, about twice what was forecast when

Transgender athletes barred from international rugby league

Transgender athletes will be barred from women’s international rugby league matches while the sport’s governing body formulates its inclusion policy. Two days after world swimming’s

‘It always wins’: North Korea may declare Covid -19 victory

It’s only been a month since North Korea acknowledged having a Covid-19 outbreak, after steadfastly denying any cases for more than two years. But already it

Myanmar’s Suu Kyi celebrates birthday with cake in court

Although detained by Myanmar’s military government on a slew of charges, ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi was able to hold a small birthday celebration during a court

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