Two consecutive days of ‘double-zero,’ no community cases for nine days

Yesterday Macau recorded its eight consecutive day without any new reported Covid-19 infections within the community, and the second consecutive day of zero cases in people

Financial stimulus for eligible workers kicks off Aug. 17

Announced by the Executive Council on Friday, the financial scheme will benefit Macau residents who earned less than MOP600,000 total in 2020 and 2021. The cash support

Two police officers among 44 detainees in illegal karaoke bar bust

Two members of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) were among a group of 44 people detained yesterday during a police operation at an illegal

Gov’t advises residents seek help as suicide cases increase

Health authorities advise members of the public who have mental health problems due to the long period of Covid-19 prevention measures to seek help. “There

China says remains of rocket booster fall to Earth

Debris from a rocket that boosted part of China’s new space station into orbit fell into the sea in the Philippines yesterday, the Chinese government announced.

Lawmaker calls on gov’t to roll out temporary subsidies as unemployment grows

Lawmaker Ella Lei has called on the Macau government to roll out temporary subsidies for the unemployed and to ensure that priority is given to

‘Stabilization period’ to start tomorrow

According to the preliminary analysis of the results of the 14th round of citywide mass testing, which ended yesterday evening, authorities expect to commence a

Beijing: Macau residents enjoy extensive lawful rights, freedoms

The Office of the Commissioner of the Chinese Foreign Ministry in the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) said Friday that residents in Macau enjoy extensive rights

IFTM awarded QAA global quality reaccreditation

The UK’s independent quality body and international leader for quality assurance, the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), has reaccredited Macao Institute for Tourism

NAT required to enter some venues

Anticipating the start of the stabilization period as the city registers zero cases for nine days, residents who wish to enter venues where they have to remove

Pelosi confirms trip to Asia, but no mention of Taiwan

The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, confirmed yesterday she will visit four Asian countries this week but made no mention of a possible

Chinese factory activity sinks, weighing on weak economy

Chinese manufacturing’s recovery from anti-virus shutdowns faltered in July as activity sank, a survey showed yesterday, adding to pressure on the struggling economy in a politically sensitive year

N. Korea claims no new fever cases amid doubts over Covid data

North Korea on Saturday reported no new fever cases for the first time since it abruptly admitted to its first domestic COVID-19 outbreak and placed its 26

Sri Lanka leader says IMF agreement pushed back after unrest

Sri Lanka’s president said Saturday that an agreement with the International Monetary Fund to help pull the bankrupt nation out of its economic crisis has

Maggie’s legacy: Divisive Thatcher looms over UK Tory race

Two people are running to be Britain’s next prime minister, but a third presence looms over the contest: Margaret Thatcher. The late former prime minister

1976 Lauda fights for life after Grand Prix crash

Formula One racing driver Niki Lauda is in a critical condition in hospital after an horrific accident at the Nurburgring Grand Prix in Germany.  The Austrian-born

Nunes beats Peña to regain UFC women’s bantamweight belt

Amanda Nunes won a unanimous five-round decision over Julianna Peña in the main event of UFC 277 on Saturday night to regain the women’s bantamweight championship that

Africa sees some artifacts returned home but seeks far more

Apollo John Rwamparo speaks forlornly of the eight-legged stool, a symbol of authority for his ancient kingdom in Uganda, now glimpsed through a glass barrier

Drone explosion hits Russia’s Black Sea Fleet headquarters

A small explosive device carried by a makeshift drone blew up yesterday at the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet on the Crimean Peninsula, wounding six people and prompting

PLA shows it stands ready to safeguard nation’s sovereignty and territorial integrity

Monday marks the 95th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Liberation Army. During that course of time, the PLA has made historical achievements in striving for national

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