Gov’t launches scheme to retire old diesel vehicles

The government announced yesterday a new measure to encourage owners to retire their old, high-polluting diesel vehicles. The program will provide a subsidy to retire old

Wynn submits bid for 10-year casino licenses

Gaming operator, Wynn Macau, submitted its tender to the government for a 10-year casino concession yesterday, one day ahead of the deadline. The gaming

Secretary Lei: Three Hengqin projects to boost industrial development

The gross domestic product (GDP) in first half year of the Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin reached MOP22.39 billion, an increase of 2.5% year-on-year,

Docomomo to launch guidebook on Macau’s modern architecture

The urbanism and architecture research center in Macau – Docomomo Macau – will launch a guidebook on Macau’s modern architecture. The publication, “Macau Modern Architecture

No gov’t plan for collapsed Guia Hill city wall

Although pointing out mistakes at two construction projects near the collapsed Guia Hill city wall, the government has develop no mechanisms to avoid similar occurrences

Xi heads abroad to promote strategic role

Chinese President Xi Jinping is using his first trip abroad since the start of the pandemic to promote his country’s strategic ambitions at a summit with

Food bank assists 2,900 struggling residents

Caritas Macau’s short-term food assistance service has received around 2,900 requests from January to August this year, a similar figure compared to the same period

Ilha Verde district group welcomes clarification on fuel storage relocation

Chan Fong, manager at the Ilha Verde Neighborhood Association, said that residents in the district welcome further planning on the relocation of the fuel midway storage, which is

BOC clarifies recruitment muddle, makes no plan to refine mode of notice

The Bank of China, Macau Branch (BOC) has not confirmed whether it will improve the way notifications are sent to candidates after a recent job applicant

Mice 35 large exhibitions still to come this year

Some 35 exhibitions will be held from September to December, with authorities expecting over 500,000 online and offline participants. A statement from the Macao Trade

Premier Li highlights central role of consumption

Premier Li Keqiang has underlined efforts to promote the role of consumption as the major driver of economic growth and to expand effective investment in order

Celebration of ‘Squid Game’ Emmy wins subdued

South Koreans shared congratulations on social media yesterday for the multiple wins by “Squid Game” at the Emmy Awards, but the overall reaction was subdued as

Prolonged Rohingya stay impacts stability: PM

Bangladesh's prime minister said that the prolonged stay of more than 1 million Rohingya refugees in crowded camps in the country has become a serious security

Iconic New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard dead at 91

Jean-Luc Godard, the ingenious “enfant terrible” of the French New Wave who revolutionized popular cinema in 1960 with his first big endeavor, “Breathless,” and stood for

1982 Hollywood princess dead

The Hollywood actress Grace Kelly - who starred in the Alfred Hitchcock hits Dial M for Murder and Rear Window - suffered a brain haemorrhage.

Idaho computer chip plant makes US more resilient: official

Chipmaker Micron’s planned $15 billion investment in a new factory in the company’s hometown of Boise will help protect the United States from the vulnerabilities of

The Manor presents Provence’s rosé wines with Valentino Beauty

The Manor at The St. Regis Macao is, celebrating the rising star of the beverage scene, Rosé wines from Provence, France, together with Moët Hennessy Diageo (MHD) and

Contractual tug-of-war may help Griezmann

Less could be more for Antoine Griezmann going into the World Cup. The France forward has been getting few minutes with Atlético Madrid because of a

King Charles in Belfast, queen’s coffin to return to London

King Charles III flew to Northern Ireland yesterday on the latest leg of his tour of the four parts of the United Kingdom, where a cheering crowd

UN sums up climate science: world heading in wrong direction

With weather disasters costing $200 million a day and irreversible climate catastrophe looming, the world is “heading in the wrong direction,” the United Nations says in a new

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