2,000 foreigners from mainland enjoy Macau tourism privileges

About 2,000 foreigners residing in mainland China have booked hotel accommodation in Macau through campaigns cohosted by the local tourism board, Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes,

Quake death toll rises to 268; 151 still missing

The death toll from the earthquake that shook the Indonesian island of Java leapt to 268 yesterday as more bodies were found beneath collapsed buildings, and 151

Lawmakers ‘trust’ gov’t forecast for GGR

Lawmakers sitting on the Second Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL), where the 2023 Budget Law is being considered, believe that the government’s forecast

Historic landmarks retold to bolster city’s identity

A book of stories about Macau’s historic sites and landmarks has recently launched – a project that is considered to be a pandemic-born venture. With Macau

Stunner: Saudi Arabia beats Messi’s Argentina

Lionel Messi stood with his hands on his hips near the center circle, looking stone-faced as Saudi Arabia’s jubilant players ran in all directions around him

AL committee casts doubts over civil service staff numbers

Lawmakers at the Second Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly should be concerned about the projected number of new employees which the government is planning

MGTO to host upgraded lights show across city in December

During the festive month of December and edging into January, the MGTO will organize an upgraded version of the annual lights show, officially branded Light

Cleaning staff tests positive in Zhuhai

Zhuhai authorities have reported that a cleaner working in hotels has tested positive for Covid-19. In a statement, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center

Vaccines against omicron to arrive end of month

Vaccines against omicron variants BA4 and BA5 are expected to arrive in the SAR later this month, the government announced. These doses are produced by BioNTech and are

Political accountability system another concern for lawmakers

Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong has assured lawmakers that the political accountability system is being implemented. At his recent appearance at the parliament

Anti-virus curbs spur fears of global economic impact

Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears of further damage to already

Immerse in the Chinese Traditional Art at MGM Lion Dance Championship

Be aware of the sounds of drums, cymbals, and gongs that fill the air! Be alert with the dancers wobbling the lion’s head and tail, eyelashes bat

US and Chinese defense chiefs meet amid strained relations

The defense chiefs of the United States and China held talks yesterday on the sidelines of a regional meeting in Cambodia to discuss strained bilateral relations

Taylor Swift ticket trouble could drive political engagement

Some of Taylor Swift’s fans want you to know three things: They’re not still 16, they have careers and resources and, right now, they’re angry. That’s a

2002 Riots force Miss World out of Nigeria

The Miss World contest is moving to London from Nigeria after riots by Muslim youths opposed to the show left more than 100 people dead and 500

Canada meets Belgium in first WC match since 1986

Many Canadian soccer fans have been waiting for this moment their entire lives. Long an afterthought behind hockey in their home country, Canada’s soccer team

Bale salvages draw for Wales against US

USA 1, Wales 1 A young United States team was nearing victory in its World Cup return. Then Walker Zimmerman needlessly plowed into Gareth Bale.

Netherlands strikes late to beat Senegal

Senegal 0, Netherlands 2 Louis van Gaal’s gambles at both ends of the field paid off for the Netherlands. Up front, Memphis Depay returned

Six Apple Daily staff plead guilty to collusion in Hong Kong

Six former executives of a now-defunct Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper yesterday pleaded guilty to a collusion charge under the National Security Law that has silenced and

Australia ratifies free trade deals with India and Britain

Australia’s Parliament passed bilateral free trade agreements with India and Britain yesterday, leaving those partner nations to bring the deals into force. The deals are crucial for

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