70th edition of GP to leave out most of last year’s riders

As an important part of the special celebratory edition of the seven decades of the Macau Grand Prix, the 55th edition of the Macau Motorcycle GP

Domestic helpers’ salaries back to pre-pandemic levels due to lower demand

Demand for domestic workers has decreased, resulting in lower monthly wages, which dropped by up to 30%. According to the Association of Employment Agencies for

Lawmaker raises concerns for workplace mental health

Healthcare for workplace mental health is becoming critical in Macau for a variety of reasons, lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho has said in his latest written

Crime is rising but not yet at pre-pandemic levels

In general, the number of crimes has been growing over the first half (1H) of this year at a rate of 25.4%, the Secretary for

Premier Li on charm offensive as rivals protest Beijing’s aggression at sea

In talks with Southeast Asian leaders yesterday in the Indonesian capital, Chinese Premier Li Qiang underscored his country’s importance as the world’s second-biggest economy and as the

Alexander Payne makes ‘em like they used to: Fall Movie Preview

The great films of the 1970s have long loomed in the imagination of filmmakers raised during one of the most fertile periods of American movies. But Alexander

Islands Hospital to recruit 200 staff in October

A total of 200 doctors, nurses, administrative staff and other personnel will be recruited in October, with the Peking Union Medical College Hospital sending managers and senior doctors

Over 30 million passed through Qingmao Port

Gongbei Customs stated that more than 30 million people have passed through Qingmao Port in the past two years, effectively relieving the customs clearance pressure at Gongbei Port.

Civil servant group visits Portuguese Embassy in China

President of Macau Civil Servant’s Association Rita Santos recently met in Beijing with Duarte Pinto da Rocha, deputy chief of mission and Ricardo Brilhante, political counselor, of the

Fireworks display contest to open this weekend, with road detour

The international fireworks display contest is set to return this Saturday evening after three years of suspension, due to Covid-19 immigration restrictions. The Macao Government

Social advisor suggests hiring private vehicles under T8 or higher

During the first meeting of the Islands District social advisors after Super Typhoon Saola, the suggestion to hire private vehicles to meet transport needs under

Premier takes a test ride on Indonesia’s new high-speed railway

Chinese Premier Li Qiang took a test ride yesterday on Southeast Asia’s first high-speed railway, which connects two Indonesian cities as part of China’s Belt and Road

Will he go by plane or train? How Kim may travel to Russia for a meeting with Putin

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s possible trip to Russia might be like his first one in 2019 — a rattling, 20-hour ride aboard a green-and-yellow

Modi uses the G20 summit to advertise his global reach, court voters at home

Major roads in New Delhi are teeming with giant posters and billboards announcing India’s presidency of this week’s summit of the Group of 20 nations. And

1992 Troops kill 24 at ANC rally

At least 24 people have been killed and 150 injured when soldiers fired on an African National Congress demonstration on the border of Ciskei in South Africa.

Germany holds off Latvia and will next play the USA in the semifinals

Germany will play the United States in the semifinals of the Basketball World Cup, a rematch of an exhibition matchup from earlier this summer where the

Naomi Campbell struts the runway in shimmery silver in new fast fashion collab

Naomi Campbell was a vision in shiny metallic silver as she took the runway with her trademark supermodel swagger to display her collaboration with PrettyLittleThing,

Africa Climate Summit links ‘unfair’ debt burden with calls to make continent’s green assets pay off

Climate change is “relentlessly eating away” at Africa’s economic progress and it’s time to have a global conversation about a carbon tax on polluters, Kenya’s president declared yesterday

‘There is great disorder under heaven, the situation is excellent.’

For decades, China has experienced a serious imbalance in its real estate sector. “Houses are for living in, not for speculation,” For decades, banks provided credit

Thursday, September 7, 2023 – edition no. 4325

  * Most riders won’t come back for GP70 * Jobs | Helpers’ salaries back to pre-pandemic levels due to lower demand * Care for workplace mental health is becoming critical for a

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