Heavy rains hit city following Typhoon Haikui, lawmaker calls for better work arrangement in times of rainstorms

Heavy rains have been pouring down on the city from Friday midnight, causing primary and secondary schools to be suspended. The latest torrential rain

SSM: Gov’t’s mental health resources sufficient

The public hospital’s Department of Psychiatry has diagnosed a total of 200 residents in 2022 with common mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and others.

Lawrence Ho: W Hotel at Studio City to expand Macau’s clientele

The addition of a new chic hotel at his Studio City property will help Macau attract younger and more sophisticated clients, Lawrence Ho, chairman and

Ferries to raise ticket fares this week

Macau's two maritime passenger transport operators are updating their fares effective from Friday (September 15), the two companies announced. According to the new arrangements, a

Prosecutor, lawyer among four suspects in alleged bribery case

An assistant prosecutor general and a lawyer are among four suspects recently accused of bribery, the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) has announced. The MP

Gaming sector’s expenditure down to MOP40b in 2022

Total expenditure for the gaming sector in 2022 went down by 24.7% year-on-year to MOP40.31 billion, dragged down by a 66.6% decrease in expenditure on Purchase of Goods,

GBA 5G Industry Alliance visits UM

A delegation from the Greater Bay Area 5G Industry Alliance visited the University of Macau (UM) in a bid to further advance the research on 5G communication technology

Residential property prices record slight decrease

The overall residential property price index for May – July 2023 decreased by 0.5% over the previous period (April – June) to 250.5, according to data from the

MGTO: Affordable hotels help invigorate traditional districts

The opening of affordable accommodation in traditional districts helps to reinvigorate them, director of Tourism Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes said over the weekend. On

Fireworks contest day 1 performance postponed to tonight

The exhibition by the first two teams participating in the 31st Macao International Fireworks Display Contest has been postponed from last Saturday to tonight due to

Traffic light blamed again for Inner Harbour accident as tour bus rams motorcycle

A tour bus has collided with a motorcycle on the very same crossroad where, one week ago, a police vehicle hit a motorcycle, causing injuries to the

Statue and other religious artifacts return to original site at Seac Pai Van roundabout

The statue of Our Lady as well as the Plaques of the Stations of the Cross and other religious artifacts that were part of the roundabout

2 dead amid extreme rain and flash floods that also struck southern China

Heavy rain in Hong Kong and southern China overnight flooded city streets and some subway stations, with hundreds evacuated and two deaths reported in Hong Kong. Hong Kong authorities

Indonesia says China has pledged $21B in new investment to strengthen ties

Visiting Chinese Premier Li Qiang on Friday pledged $21.7 billion in new Chinese investment in Indonesia to strengthen the countries’ economic and political ties, an official said. Li

Kishida says China seafood ban contrasts with wide support for Fukushima water release

Japan's prime minister said that China’s blanket ban on Japanese seafood in reaction to the release of treated radioactive water from a tsunami-ravaged nuclear power plant contrasts

MGM’s Visionary Cultural Tourism Program “Lion IP” won PATA Grand & Gold Awards

MGM’s international brand engagement program “Lion IP” has been honored by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Gold Awards 2023, with the top honor the “Grand Title” in Marketing

G20 leaders pay respects at Gandhi memorial as they wrap up Indian summit and hand over to Brazil

G20 leaders paid their respects to Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi as their summit came to a close yesterday, a day after the group added a

2001 US rocked by day of terror

The United States is in a state of shock after a day of attacks which have left thousands dead and New York’s World Trade Center destroyed.

World Cup Germany wins for first time, holds off Serbia 83-77 for gold medal

Have a summer, Germany. Dirk Nowitzki went into the Basketball Hall of Fame, and now his homeland stands atop the men’s international basketball world. Dennis Schroder

Biden finds a new friend in Vietnam as American CEOs look for alternatives to Chinese factories

President Joe Biden goes yesterday to a Vietnam that’s looking to dramatically ramp up trade with the United States — a sign of how competition with

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