Lei: Goods from Macau to Hengqin to be tax-free

Goods from Macau that will be transported to Hengqin will be tax exempt this year, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong announced yesterday at the

PJ concludes three-day ‘in-depth’ investigation on stalker allegations

A three-day “in-depth” investigation into a protest organizer’s accusations of being persecuted by law-enforcement authorities was closed yesterday, the Judiciary Police (PJ) told a press conference.

Media and Internet among national security key sectors

The National Security Law Amendment Bill, if passed, will authorize the government to manage national security topics in a number of sectors. These sectors

Local workers more confident, less satisfied: MUST study

A survey by the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) has found that employees in the city are increasingly confident in the job market, but less

PH consulate awaits autopsy of woman’s death, ready to provide assistance

The Philippine Consulate General is in touch with local police as authorities investigate the recent death of a Filipino national who tested positive for Influenza A

China raids offices of business consultancy Capvision

China's chief foreign intelligence agency has raided the offices of business consulting firm Capvision in Beijing and other Chinese cities as part of an ongoing crackdown on

Police investigating alleged case of teacher raping student

An investigation has commenced into an alleged case of a teacher raping his student, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced. Information about the case was first

Liu: Cooperation zone reaching ‘new heights’

The Guangdong-Macao In-depth Cooperation Zone has introduced favorable policies in areas such as finance and customs, reaching “new heights” in the overall development of the zone, said Liu

Museum Day Carnival this Sunday at MSC

To celebrate International Museum Day on 18 May, 20 museums in Macau will co-organize the annual event of the museum sector, “Macao International Museum Day Carnival 2023.” The

Commemorative Postmark Cancellation Service offered

To celebrate World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, a temporary post office counter will be set up at the Philatelic Shop of General Post Office from 9.00am to

Emerging fashion designers showcase works to Guangdong

The Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center (CPTTM) has recently organized for a group of emerging fashion designers from Macau to participate in a trade show in several

Sands China supports ARTM’s Therapeutic Garden

As part of its environmental sustainability efforts under the Sands ECO360 global sustainability strategy, Sands China is sponsoring the Therapeutic Garden, a farming project created by the Manna

SJM hosts Mother’s Day Floral Workshop to promote positivity and family time

In preparation for Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 14, SJM hosts a Floral Workshop on Level 1 of Grand Lisboa Palace. Families from the Women’s General Association of

China expels Canadian diplomat in tit-for-tat response

China announced the expulsion of a Canadian diplomat yesterday in retaliation for Ottawa ordering a Chinese consular official to leave the country over alleged threats he made

UK official visits SAR after years of strained ties

The first British minister visiting Hong Kong in five years said his country will not “duck” its historic responsibilities to people living in its former colony

Alarm over Myanmar, sea feud under spotlight

Alarm over Myanmar’s still-unfolding deadly civil strife, including an armed attack on an aid convoy, and China’s aggressive actions in the disputed South China Sea are expected

In global rush to regulate AI, Europe set to be trailblazer

The breathtaking development of artificial intelligence has dazzled users by composing music, creating images and writing essays, while also raising fears about its implications. Even European Union

1978 Italy mourns murdered statesman

The murdered Italian politician Aldo Moro has been buried after a private funeral service and the Interior Minister, Francesco Cossiga, has resigned. Italians stopped work to

Set to host, UK taking Eurovision very seriously this year

There’s nothing like nearly winning to wake people up. And the U.K.’s second-place position at last year’s Eurovision Song Contest has helped kickstart widespread enthusiasm for

Lionel Messi’s next move fuels frenzy of speculation

Lionel Messi’s next stop could mark his return to Barcelona. Or he could make a hugely profitable move to Saudi Arabia. Staying at Paris Saint-Germain is the

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