Authorities blame the elderly for the continuing policy

Local health authorities identify the unsatisfactory vaccination rate of the elderly and those with chronic diseases as the reason for maintaining the “zero-Covid” policy in

Cash handout to be retained next year with estimated GGR at MOP130b

In the proposed budget for next year, the government is retaining the cash handout at MOP10,000 and estimates the gross gambling revenue (GGR) at MOP130 billion. The budget proposal,

Portuguese Consulate seeking information on citizen charged under sedition law

The Consulate General of Portugal in Macau is collaborating with Hong Kong authorities after a Portuguese citizen was denied bail after being held in custody

90% of opinions oppose high-rise at former Taipa cotton mills

An overwhelming 90% of the 361 opinions obtained by the government oppose constructing high-rise buildings at the former cotton mills in Taipa. The 10,313-square-meter

City resumes normalcy as double-round of mass testing finds no cases

Macau has now returned to the previous pandemic prevention state after two consecutive rounds of citywide mass testing failed to detect a single positive result, the

Air Macau to increase fights between mainland as travel restrictions ease

The local flag carrier has increased the number of flights between mainland China and Macau with the resumption of group travel visas and eVisas being

Chinese officials signal no change to ‘zero-Covid’ policy

Chinese health officials gave no indication Saturday of any relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions, following several days of speculation that the government was considering changes to a

17th Conference of China-Lusophone Forum Macao

The China-Lusophone Economic and Trade Forum (Macao) has recently held its 17th conference in Beijing, China, with the participation of its secretary-general, Ji Xianzheng, the ambassadors of numerous

First day of trial postponed due to absence of 10 defendants

The criminal trial involving two former Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) directors (Li Canfeng and Jaime Carion), as well as several well-known local businessmen, opened

Serene Jade Retreat for Fall

As we approach year end, city dwellers looking for a restorative experience can visit the newly awarded spa, Tria. With Tria’s fourth consecutive SpaChina Award and this

Germany’s Scholz urges Xi to exert influence on Russia

In a much-scrutinized meeting Friday with President Xi Jinping in Beijing, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz urged China to exert its influence on Russia, while the Chinese

Beijing marathon returns but China sticks to ‘zero-Covid’

Thousands of runners took to the streets of China’s capital yesterday for the return of the Beijing marathon after a two-year COVID-19 hiatus, even as

N. Korea fires more missiles as US flies bombers over South

North Korea added to its recent barrage of weapons demonstrations by launching four ballistic missiles into the sea on Saturday, as the United States sent two supersonic

Malaysia enters tight race as long-dominant party seeks win

Campaigning for Malaysia’s general elections started Saturday in a highly competitive race that will see the world’s longest-serving coalition seeking to regain its dominance four years

Trump says US ‘in decline’; Biden has his own dire warning

Former President Donald Trump is predicting America’s destruction if his fellow Republicans don’t deliver a massive electoral wave on Tuesday. Democrats, led by President Joe Biden

1989 Protests force out East German rulers

East Germany’s Communist-dominated government has resigned - the first time such an event has occurred in the country’s 40-year history. The decision by the Council

Revelers return to Hong Kong 7s for first time since pandemic

Thousands of revelers returned to Hong Kong Stadium on Friday to enjoy a highly anticipated international rugby sevens tournament for the first time since the COVID-19

Climate woes bad and getting worse faster

Earth’s warming weather and rising seas are getting worse and doing so faster than before, the World Meteorological Organization warned yesterday in a somber note as world

Twitter users can soon get blue check for USD7.99 monthly fee

Twitter has announced a subscription service for $7.99 a month that includes a blue check now given only to verified accounts as new owner Elon Musk works to

Call for wetlands to be prized and protected

Maintaining a fine balance between human habitats and the biophysical environment is of critical significance to meeting many of the existential challenges facing humanity. So even the escalating

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