King Charles III crowned with regal pomp, cheers and shrugs

King Charles III was crowned Saturday at Westminster Abbey, in a ceremony steeped in ancient ritual and brimming with bling at a time when the monarchy

From Charles to Derby, day for fancy hats to rule

If ever there was a banner day for hats — wild and colorful hats — it was Saturday, the dual spectacle of King Charles III’s coronation

Harry an odd man out at father’s coronation spectacle

In the fairy-tale ending to the ancient pageantry in which King Charles III was crowned monarch, he stepped into a gilded horse-drawn carriage with his queen

Jill Biden: Charles’ coronation was ‘just amazing to see’

First lady Jill Biden, who represented the United States at Saturday’s coronation of Britain’s King Charles III, said there was “such beauty in the pageantry of

Greenlight for Guia Lighthouse peripheral tall buildings retained

The government has decided to continue to allow two buildings over 50 meters in height to be built within the buffer zone of the Guia

ID confirms F3, GT World Cup race for 70th GP edition

The long-awaited return of the FIA Formula 3 World Cup and GT World Cup will take place at the Macau Grand Prix this year, following the suspension of these races

Morgan Stanley forecasts GGR to approach 90% of pre-pandemic levels

Morgan Stanley has again raised its forecast for the city’s gaming industry as the sector has been painting a rosy picture, following nearly three years of

Cotai hotel murder suspect apprehended in mainland China

The suspect of a murder case unearthed at a hotel in Cotai on May 4 was arrested in Chaozhou, Guangdong Province the same evening by mainland

Community advisors against coin-less parking meters

The ban on paying for roadside parking with physical legal tender may violate drivers’ rights, António Monteiro, Central District Community Service Advisor, said recently at

Max precipitation logged at 38.6 mm

The city recorded a maximum rainfall level of 38.6 mm as a precautionary rainstorm signal was issued for two hours yesterday. The figure was recorded by the at

City sees nearly 1,300 new firms in Q1

Macau is seeing a rise in the incorporation of new companies, with the first quarter recording a total of 1,284 new companies – an increase

Labor rights advocate reportedly stalked after giving notification of May 1 protest

A local workers’ rights advocate claimed that he had been stalked after giving notification of a May 1 protest, and felt persecuted. Last week, on the

Sections of University of Macau-Hengqin Port Bridge joined

The sections of the bridge between the University of Macau and Hengqin port are connected recently, making the project’s scheduled completion in the second half of this year possible.This bridge is one

Residents’ deposits increase slightly

Residents’ deposits increased 1.6% from the preceding month to MOP706.0 billion, while non-resident deposits rose 3.4% to MOP299.2 billion, data from the Monetary Authority of Macao shows. Public

IAM drops booking requirements for Seac Pai Van gardens

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has dropped booking requirements for those wanting to visit the Ecological Trail Garden of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants and South China Medicinal Plants

SSM to continually monitor virus infection

The current number of Covid-19 infections in Macau has remained steady at an average of more than 20 cases per day, according to the Health Bureau. The bureau,

May Golden Week hotel occupancy reaches new high amid robust recovery

The SAR witnessed robust tourism recovery during the just-concluded five-day May Day holiday in the mainland, receiving around 300 travel groups and nearly 500,000 visitors. The

Zhuhai sees tourism boom during five-day holiday

Zhuhai received 2.1 million visitors, achieved total tourism revenue of 1.27 billion yuan, and saw a surge in public transportation passenger volume during the May Day

Can China broker peace in Yemen – and further Beijing’s Middle East strategy in the process?

After nearly a decade of grinding conflict, Yemen looks to be inching toward a peace deal. Talks between the Houthi movement controlling much of the country’s north

After attacks on Chinese, Pakistan pledges more security

The Pakistani president assured Beijing’s top diplomat that his country will boost security for all Chinese nationals working on multi-billion dollar projects in cash-strapped Pakistan. China

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