Commercial spaces at Barra Transport Hub without prospective tenants

The commercial area of the Barra Transport Hub has not attracted any interest among business owners for potential rental agreements, the government stated in response

Gov’t lowers maximum income ceiling, assets for public housing applicants

The government has decided to reduce the maximum income ceiling for public housing applicants by about 7%. The decision was communicated through a Chief Executive order

Casino players not deterred amid stiff economic headwinds: Citi

According to Citigroup (Citi), casino players “are not going to be deterred by anything less than a direct-hit typhoon or a ‘black’ warning-level rainstorm.”

Covid-19 Centre discontinued after over three years

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre was closed yesterday, according to a Chief Executive Dispatch published on the same day. Pursuant to dispatch 156/2023,

Lawmaker Ron Lam blames ID for lack of communication on Lin Fong

Lawmaker Ron Lam has criticized the decision to discontinue public swimming lessons at Lin Fong Swimming Pool without prior consultation or communication with the public.

Wang Yi heads to Russia after meeting with US national security adviser

China’s top diplomat is heading to Russia for security talks after two days of meetings with U.S. President Joe Biden’s national security adviser over the weekend in

Worker dies after falling from a ladder

A non-resident worker was killed after falling from a ladder while working in a building at the Seac Pai Van public housing estate, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported.

Macau residents take part in China’s legal professional exam

Around 860,000 applicants registered for the initial phase of China’s national unified legal professional qualification examination, held over the weekend, the Ministry of Justice said yesterday. About 75%

F&B sector records revenue surge

Receipts of interviewed restaurants and similar establishments and retailers surged by 354.2% year-on-year, with receipts of Chinese Restaurants, Japanese & Korean Restaurants and Western Restaurants soaring by 738.1%,

IFTM celebrates 28th anniversary

The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) celebrated its 28th anniversary on September 15, pledging to be “committed to creating a top-notch teaching and research environment.” Speaking at the

HKD Easy Transfer to launch Sept. 25

In a statement released on the update, the Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) noted that the new phase of the Easy Transfer function will be rolled out

Elderly man loses MOP180,000 to scammer

A man, aged in his seventies, has lost MOP180,000 to a man impersonating his son and claiming to need the money to pay compensation to others, the Judiciary

Culture director witnesses China’s 57th World Heritage inscription

Director of Culture, Leong Wai Man, personally witnessed the inscription of China’s 57th World Heritage site at a World Heritage Committee meeting. The Cultural Affairs

PJ arrest three for suspected illegal currency exchange

During ‘Operation Thunder,’ the Judiciary Police (PJ) detained three people from the mainland suspected of engaging in illegal currency exchange activities. The three people were detained

PLA flies 103 military planes toward Taiwan in a new high in activity the island calls ‘harassment’

China’s military sent 103 warplanes toward Taiwan in a 24-hour period in what the island’s defense ministry called a recent new high. The planes were

Tens of thousands march to kick off climate summit, demanding end to warming-causing fossil fuels

Yelling that the future and their lives depend on ending fossil fuels, tens of thousands of protesters yesterday kicked off a week where leaders

1952 US Immigration slams door on Chaplin

The Attorney-General, Thomas McGranery, has ordered the Immigration Service to hold Mr Chaplin “for hearings” if he returns to the United States, despite issuing him with a re-entry

Flying Fiji lifts everyone’s hopes: Eyes now on big Ireland-South Africa showdown

Every World Cup needs an underdog story. Not for the first time, it’s the Pacific island of Fiji warming hearts at rugby’s showpiece. The Flying Fijians,

England grind Japan down and cut loose late in second cup win

England 34, Japan 12 England wore down Japan then used a bizarre try to play unrestrained and roll to 34-12 for a second straight

Australia tells dating apps to improve safety standards to protect users from sexual violence

Australia’s government said yesterday the online dating industry must improve safety standards or be forced to make changes through legislation, responding to research that says

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