Barra revitalization unveiled, no budget or timeline

The revitalization plan for the Barra area around D. Carlos I Dock was unveiled yesterday in a press conference organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC).

CPTTM showcases Macau fashion designs in HK

10 Macau fashion brands joined a delegation showcased at the Centrestage 2023 fashion gala in Hong Kong late last week, the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer

Tianzhou-5 cargo craft re-enters atmosphere, boosts mainland-Macau exchange

China's Tianzhou-5 cargo craft re-entered the atmosphere in a controlled manner at 9:13 a.m. yesterday, according to the China Manned Space Agency. This satellite is

TSI: Housing Bureau has discretion in housing applications

A local court has ruled the director of housing has discretion in determining the reliability of asset valuations submitted by applicants. The case concerns an applicant

Kim to meet Putin, as both are locked in standoffs with the West

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia yesterday for a meeting with President Vladimir Putin where they are expected to offer each other increased support in

MUST to present distinguished linguist at seminar on human language

Dr. William SY Wang, chair professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, will discuss linguistics at a Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) public lecture this afternoon.

Gov’t to extend Air Macau concession if AL delays law approval

The government said it is considering the extension Air Macau’s concession for another six months to a year. Vong Hin Fai, president of the standing committee analyzing the

Macau to send 183 athletes to Hangzhou Asian Games

Macau is to send a 273-member delegation, including 183 athletes, to the upcoming Hangzhou Asian Games. The athletes, who bade farewell Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng yesterday before

Hengqin’s Chimelong Spaceship to launch trial operation Sept. 16

The Chimelong Spaceship in Hengqin, Zhuhai, will launch a trial operation on Sept. 16. The Spaceship theme park has been designed by integrating resources from around the world.

Hong Kong supplier charged for alleged bribery of HKD1m to former Wynn director

  The Hong Kong anti-corruption watchdog has charged two representatives of two air-conditioning maintenance contractors for allegedly offering bribes of over HKD1 million to a

Senior resident loses MOP160,000 in love scam

A 72-year-old female fell victim to online dating scams twice, losing MOP160,000, police have reported. Investigations revealed that in August last year, the victim met a Chinese

Three-sided sea rescue drill held

The Macau Marine and Water Bureau joined forces with its Hong Kong and Guangdong counterparts for a three-sided operation that simulated a collision between a passenger

Cybersecurity issue prompts computer shutdowns at MGM properties across US

A “cybersecurity issue” led to the shutdown of some casino and hotel computer systems at MGM Resorts International properties across the U.S., a company official reported yesterday .

Japanese companies drop stars of scandal-tainted Johnny’s company

Several major Japanese companies have decided to stop using stars who are represented by Johnny & Associates, an entertainment company at the center of a sexual

Taiwan says Beijing is bolstering coastline military bases facing the island

China is continuously bolstering its military bases along the coastline facing Taiwan, the self-ruled island’s Defense Ministry said in a report yesterday, as Beijing steps up military

Better Sino-EU relations a global stabilizer

Meeting with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Saturday on the sidelines of the annual G20 Summit in New Delhi, Chinese Premier Li Qiang said that:

Seven people died in storms, 70 crocodiles are on the loose

Rainstorms battering southern China have killed at least seven people and allowed dozens of crocodiles to escape from a farm. Nearby residents were advised to

Chinese pangolins see continued recovery in the wild

Chinese pangolins have seen a steady recovery of their wild populations in recent years, with a marked improvement in their natural habitats, according to the National

Australian and Indonesian forces deploy battle tanks in US-led drills

Thousands of soldiers from the United States, Indonesia, Australia and other allied forces demonstrated their armor capabilities on Sunday in combat drills on the Indonesian island of

1980 Missing Scottish bear is found

The bear who went missing on a Scottish island while being filmed for a Kleenex television commercial has finally been recaptured. Hundreds of volunteers have been

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