E-governance: Core of André Cheong’s policy debate session

The parliamentary debate session held yesterday on next year’s policies revolved mainly around e-governance and related topics, and included a rare instance of the parliamentary president expressing

Gov’t issues new NAT requirement for mainland arrivals

All mainland visitors will be required to undergo a nucleic acid test (NAT) on the second day after arriving, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre

Taxi driver hits pedestrian in Taipa, victim in a coma

A 32-year-old taxi driver is being charged with reckless driving and bodily harm due to negligence, in a case that took place Friday (November 18) in Taipa,

MS: Choppy recovery expected as mainland cases spike

Morgan Stanley is expecting the gaming industry’s near-term recovery to remain choppy due to the Covid-19 spikes in Guangdong and mainland China. Despite resumption

Guangzhou locks down millions in ‘zero-Covid’ fight

The southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou locked down its largest district yesterday as it tries to tamp down a major COVID-19 outbreak, suspending public transit and

Administration and Justice to see wide scope of work in coming year

Among many work items in the legal field next year, Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong and his teams will make laws for two

Iao Hon Estate old neighborhood renewal project underway

The Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR) is pushing forward the Iao Hon Estate old neighborhood renewal project, the company announced yesterday. Currently, condominium owners are

Huang Liuquan tipped to be new deputy director of city’s Beijing office

A deputy director responsible for Macau and Hong Kong affairs under the country’s state council will join Beijing’s liaison office in the city, Hong Kong media have

Local woman loses MOP670,000 in an investment scam

A local woman in her 20’s has reportedly lost about 670,000 patacas in an online investment scam, the Judiciary Police (PJ) said yesterday during the regular

Visitor arrivals falling short of expectations: Insiders

The month-to-date visitor arrivals in Macau fell short of the high expectations of the tourism industry, despite the eagerly awaited return of the Macau Grand Prix.

Chinese coast guard seizes rocket debris from Filipino navy

The Chinese coast guard forcibly seized floating debris the Philippine navy was towing to its island in another confrontation in the disputed South China Sea, a

Leader Lee isolating with Covid-19 after APEC trip

Hong Kong leader John Lee tested positive for the coronavirus after meeting with other regional leaders the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Thailand, the city government

US seeks expansion of military presence in Philippines

The United States is seeking an expansion of its military presence in the Philippines under a 2014 defense pact, U.S. and Philippine officials said, one of the

North Korea calls UN’s Guterres ‘puppet of US’ after launch

North Korea’s foreign minister called U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “a puppet of the United States” as she slammed the U.N. chief for joining U.S.-led condemnation

1963 Kennedy shot dead in Dallas

The President of the United States has been assassinated by a gunman in Dallas, Texas. John F Kennedy was hit in the head and throat when

Lewandowski and Poland ready to face Mexico at World Cup

As Poland’s all-time leading scorer, Robert Lewandowski is still missing something from his collection: A goal at the World Cup. That could change today

Ronaldo downplays impact of tell-all pre-World Cup interview

Cristiano Ronaldo is unfazed by the drama created by his explosive pre- World Cup interview on British TV and maintained yesterday the atmosphere in Portugal’s squad was

European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at tournament

FIFA’s threat of on-field punishment for players forced World Cup teams to back down yesterday and abandon an anti-discrimination campaign aimed at host nation Qatar.

Dismay for Qatar as Ecuador wins opening game

Qatar 0, Ecuador 2 The large swathes of empty seats in the second half summed up the Qatar soccer team’s disappointing start to its first ever

Saka, Rashford help England rout Iran

England 6, Iran 2 Bukayo Saka and Marcus Rashford put last year’s European Championship loss behind them, combining to score three goals in England’s 6-2

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