Residents required to undergo mass testing tomorrow

China, meanwhile, announced that it will start issuing group visas to Macau from Tuesday (November 1). The issuance of group package tours to Macau and eVisas under the Individual Visit Scheme

Brazil’s Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro

Brazilians delivered a very tight victory to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in a bitter presidential election, giving the leftist former president another shot at power in a rejection of incumbent Jair Bolsonaro’s far-right politics.

Gov’t identifies new cases as imported

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center received a report from their Zhuhai counterparts Saturday night that a 43-year-old female Macau resident was found to have a

Beijing authorizes land reclamation for airport expansion

The central government has finally approved the land reclamation for the expansion of Macau International Airport’s (MIA) capacity, local authorities have revealed. The central government promised in September

Unemployment rate at 4% as economic turmoil continues

The general unemployment rate slightly decreased to 4% in the July to September period, while the unemployment rate of local residents stood at 5.2%, dropping

Vong Hin Fai to run for lawyers’ association head

Lawyer and lawmaker, Vong Hin Fai, will run for president of the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM), having submitted his candidacy for the upcoming elections in December.

S. Korea in shock, grief as 153 die in Halloween crowd surge

Concerned relatives raced to hospitals in search of their loved ones yesterday as South Korea mourned the deaths of more than 150 people, mostly in their

Hotel sector employees drop by over 2,800

The total number of persons engaged in the hotel sector decreased by 2,846 to 40,141 in 2021, according to data released by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC).

Macau group tours still on table despite new Covid cluster

The local government remains optimistic on the resumption of mainland group tours to Macau amid the discovery of four Covid-19 cases yesterday, according to SSM director

Some 50 scholars sign up for Chinese space missions

Some 50 academics and scholars from Hong Kong and Macau have signed up for the first-ever opportunity to join the country’s manned space missions. Applications for payload specialists,

Committee calls for reinforcement of measures against cyberattacks

The Cybersecurity Committee has called for further attention to and reinforcement of existing measures to protect Macau and China against cyberattacks, according to committee members who

Biden faces ‘unpredictable’ era with China’s empowered Xi

President Joe Biden’s administration is taking stock of a newly empowered Xi Jinping as the Chinese president begins a third, norm-breaking five-year term as Communist

Shanghai district orders mass Covid-19 testing, lockdown

China's largest city of Shanghai is ordering mass testing Friday of all 1.3 million residents of its downtown Yangpu district and confining them to their homes at

Philippine storm victims feared tsunami, ran toward mudslide

Victims of a huge mudslide set off by a storm in a coastal Philippine village that had once been devastated by a killer tsunami mistakenly thought

Global concern on Russia’s suspension of Ukraine grain deal

U.S. President Joe Biden warned that global hunger could increase because of Russia’s suspension of a U.N.-brokered deal to allow safe passage for ships carrying Ukrainian grain.

UK politicians demand probe into Liz Truss phone hack claim

The British government insisted yesterday it has robust cybersecurity for government officials, after a newspaper reported that former Prime Minister Liz Truss’ phone was hacked while she was

1984 Indian prime minister shot dead

Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, has been killed by assassins in New Delhi. Mrs Gandhi was thought to have been walking through her gardens

Flashy Dubai will cash in on a World Cup a short flight away

The FIFA World Cup may be bringing as many as 1.2 million fans to Qatar, but the nearby flashy emirate of Dubai is also looking to

Trick or trash: Candy makers grapple with plastic waste

Halloween treats have a tricky problem: plastic packaging that’s difficult to recycle. As America loads up on an estimated 600 million pounds of candy for

Lebanon president leaves with no replacement, crisis deepens

President Michel Aoun left Lebanon’s presidential palace yesterday, marking the end of his six-year term without a replacement, leaving the small nation in a political vacuum that is

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