Surveyed employees report 30% income drop

A survey conducted by a local association show that nearly 72% of employed residents reported lower income than last year. Last week, the Macau Federation

Alvin Chau sees first hearing with gov’t seeking HKD8.3b in damages

The case concerning former junket and entertainment mogul, Alvin Chau, and 20 other defendants had its first court hearing last Friday, with the government seeking nearly

Filipino dies onboard in repatriation flight

A Filipino national returning home has died while onboard the latest charter flight on Friday. According to a statement issued by the Philippine Consulate General in Macau,

Population need not worry about ‘accidental’ breaching of law: Security Chief

People need not worry about inadvertently breaching provisions of the upcoming new National Security Law because, in most situations, actions that constitute crimes are conscious and

DSPA: EV charging and parking combined is cheaper than in HK

The combined cost of parking and charging for electric vehicles (EVs) is cheaper in Macau than in Hong Kong, Ip Kuong Lam, acting director of

Foundational work for former Lotus Border site budgeted at MOP400m

The Public Works Bureau (DSOP) has disclosed that the construction cost at the former Lotus Border site is about MOP400 million for the foundational work alone.

Stimulus SMEs association says MOP10b can only help for ‘a very short period’

The MOP10 billion government subsidy to people and companies can only help for a very short period of time and has no effect in the

Health chief pledges better Covid-19 contingencies

Health Bureau’s director and pulmonologist Alvis Lo assured that the government’s plans for handling Covid-19 would see continuous refinement. The assurance was given in response to lawmaker Leong

10th MITE Travel expo to host 842 booths

The 10th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) will take place at The Venetian Macao from September 23 to 25, and will present seven major

US OKs USD1b arms sale to Taiwan as tensions rise with China

The Biden administration on Friday announced a more than USD1 billion arms sale to Taiwan as U.S.-China tensions escalate over the status of the island.

India launches new aircraft carrier as China concerns grow

India commissioned its first home-built aircraft carrier Friday as it seeks to counter regional rival China’s much larger and growing fleet, and expand its own indigenous

China, Japan ground ferries, flights as typhoon approaches

Cities in eastern China suspended ferry services and classes and flights were canceled in Japan yesterday as Typhoon Hinnamnor, the strongest global storm this year, blew

With no immunity, Sri Lanka’s Rajapaksa faces legal troubles

Sri Lanka’s ousted President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who returned home after seven weeks in exile following protests over economic hardships, could face legal action over forced disappearances of

Attack raises doubts about Argentine VP’s security protocols

Every day for the past two weeks, the routine was the same: Argentina’s powerful Vice President Cristina Fernández was met by a crowd of feverish supporters

1997 Mother Teresa dies

She died of a heart attack at the headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta shortly before 1700 BST.  The nun from Skopje,

Serena’s gone, Open must go on: Kvitova, Pegula set rematch

Much like for so many other folks, Serena Williams’ last match at the U.S. Open was must-see TV for players still in the tournament, so Jessica Pegula

Gorbachev buried in Moscow in funeral snubbed by Putin

Russians who came for a last look at former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Saturday mourned both the man and his policies that gave them hope.

Barack Obama wins Emmy for narrating national parks series

Barack Obama is halfway to an EGOT. The former president won an Emmy Award on Saturday to go with his two Grammys. Obama won the best

Sign of rebounding militarism

The defense budget request made by Japan’s Defense Ministry on Wednesday is the largest ever. If approved, it will continue the country’s soaring military spending over the past

Monday, September 5, 2022 – edition no. 4088

— Survey shows most employees suffered a salary drop of about 20% to 30% this year * Alvin Chau’s first hearing | Gov’t seeking HKD8.3b in damages * A Filipino national who

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