Typhoon Saola postpones start of school year, Macau braces for storm

Although the issuing of typhoon signal number 8 is only expected for tomorrow afternoon or evening according to the forecast of the Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG), several government entities

Typhoon Saola churns toward south China, T3 in Macau tonight

While the Macau Weather Bureau is planning to hoist signal 3 typhoon at 11 pm tonight (Thursday) the Hong Kong Observatory plans to issue a No. 8 signal, the third-highest warning under the city’s weather system, for early tomorrow (Friday). Across greater China, Super Typhoon Saola is creating havoc.

Medium possibility of hoisting T8 on Saturday

The weather bureau has listed the possibility of Typhoon Signal No. 8 on Saturday as “medium” as it expects Typhoon Saola to strengthen as it heads

Eddie Kou replaced at the helm of SAFP, Ng Wai Han new director

The new roles, determined by the Secretary for Administration and Justice, André Cheong, were published yesterday in the government’s official gazette. Kou will now head

Hotel suspected of discharging greasy water into stormwater pipes

A hotel near Praça de Ferreira do Amaral has allegedly discharged greasy wastewater into the rainwater pipe network, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) disclosed yesterday. However, the

MGTO promotes new direct route from HK Airport to Macau via influencers

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will promote the new cross-boundary bus service between the Hong Kong International Airport Sky Pier and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao

UM academic expects 2023 GGR to reach MOP180b

A University of Macau (UM) academic has estimated this year’s gross gambling revenue (GGR) will reach MOP180 billion, higher than the government’s expectation of MOP130 billion.

India protests China’s land claim ahead of G20 summit President Xi is expected to attend

India is protesting a new Chinese map that lays claim to India’s territory ahead of next week’s Group of 20 summit in New Delhi, a foreign ministry

Macau’s weak service standards threaten premium sales

Macau needs to improve its service standards when it comes to the sustainability of premium sales, a marketing professional told a business audience yesterday. The

Cross-border vehicular traffic soars in July

Cross-border vehicular traffic in July soared 3,158.7% year-on-year to 631,234 trips, on account of a relatively low base of comparison in July last year. Gross weight of containerized

Face mask imports drop 99%

Total merchandise imported soared 156.6% year-on-year to MOP11.24 billion; imports of gold jewelry, beauty, cosmetic and skincare products and watches jumped 837.9%, 828.2% and 347.1% respectively, whereas imports

Chimelong Spacecraft Project to start trial operations in September

The Chimelong Spacecraft Project project is set to start trial operations in September. The Spacecraft Project covers a total construction area of 400,000 square meters. It integrates functions

F4 SEA to replace F4 Chinese Championship in this year’s GP

The Formula 4 (F4) South East Asia (SEA) is preparing to race in Macau for the first time this November, replacing the F4 Chinese Championship

MO-HK signs medical cooperation agreement

A five-year cooperation agreement has been signed between Macau and Hong Kong on several areas of healthcare, the Health Bureau (SSM) announced. A delegation from the Hong

US growth for last quarter is revised down to a 2.1% annual rate

The U.S. economy expanded at a 2.1% annual pace from April through June, showing continued resilience in the face of higher borrowing costs for consumers and

Sands Performing Arts Program concludes 2023 season

The Sands Performing Arts Program 2023 brought 10 top-notch national and international performances to Macau from May to August, attracting over 11,000 audience members. This year’s program

Studio City’s B.Duck marketing campaign wins PATA Gold Award

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has been named winner of the 2023 Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Gold Award’s Marketing Hospitality category for its Melco Style x B. Duck

Britain’s top diplomat visits China for the first time in five years

Britain's top diplomat, James Cleverly, began a long-awaited visit to China yesterday as the two countries attempt to stabilize their ties that have frayed badly in

People to vote in a referendum on Indigenous Voice to Parliament on Oct. 14

Australians will vote on Oct. 14 on a proposed law to create a so-called Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the nation’s first referendum in a generation.

Russia earns less from oil and spends more on war; sanctions are working like slow poison

The Russian ruble’s wobble in value has exposed a crack in President Vladimir Putin’s fortress economy, a vulnerability quickly plastered over by the Kremlin’s economic team

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