Residents to see new ID design

A new ID card design is the core of a proposed amendment to the ID card Executive Regulations, the Executive Council (ExCo) announced over the weekend.

Nursery to close after infant death

Following the death of an infant at the facility on Oct. 19, the Fong Chong (Taipa) Nursery has suddenly announced its closure after Dec. 31, although

Young swimmer wins first gold at NSYG

Swimmer Chen Pui Lam won her first gold medal in the women’s 50 m breaststroke event Saturday at the 1st National Student (Youth) Games (NSYG) in

Hong Kong teams up with Guangdong, Macau to woo global talents

In its drive to attract global talents to the city, Hong Kong is stepping up collaboration with its neighbors, with new deals signed to facilitate human

Supporters celebrate opening of Gay Games in Hong Kong, first in Asia

Scores of athletes celebrated the opening of the Gay Games in Hong Kong on Saturday despite opposition from anti-LGBTQ lawmakers, marking the first time the international sporting

Bank teller alerts account owner of scam

A bank teller has persuaded an account owner to stop a suspicious transfer to a suspected scammer. According to a report by local media Macao Daily News

Alcohol Control Law begins

The Alcohol Control Law commenced yesterday, with convenience stores and supermarkets displaying signs dividing alcoholic beverages from non-alcoholic beverage areas. Some non-alcoholic beverages were also marked with alcohol

Macau to host first forum on timber industry

The Global Legal and Sustainable Timber Forum 2023 will be held from Nov. 21 to 22 to increase networking, collaboration and business exchange among timber industry stakeholders. The

SMG receives 8 reports of tremors after Jiangmen’s earthquake

Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) has received eight reports from local residents who felt earth tremors Saturday as a magnitude 4.3 earthquake struck the city of Jiangmen at

More Macau firms attend CIIE in Shanghai this year

A total of 41 firms from the SAR are attending the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai scheduled for Nov. 5-10, an increase of 17% compared with

Nearly 4,000 participants in GP fun run

The 70th Macau Grand Prix Celebration - Guia Circuit Fun Run had nearly 4,000 participants yesterday, with the event being the second running of the Guia Circuit Fun Run

UM holds smart city technology conference

The 3rd Macao Conference on Smart City Technologies gathered over 100 experts and scholars from home and abroad to explore key strategies, pioneering theories, crucial technologies and practical

Macau New Neighbourhood sees over 3,500 visits

The Macau New Neighbourhood (MNN) has recorded over 3,500 visits from Nov. 1 to 3. Currently on display are 11 show flats, including two-bedroom and three-bedroom modified and

Non-resident deposits rose to MOP337.8b

Resident deposits slightly increased 0.5% from the preceding month to MOP706.7 billion while non-resident deposits rose 3.5% to MOP337.8 billion, according to data from the Monetary Authority of

North Korean art sells in China despite UN sanctions over nuclear program

For sale at a recent Beijing art exposition was a painting with an asking price of $2,460 that depicted the snow-capped Mount Paektu, the mythical birthplace

Premier Li seeks to bolster his country’s economic outlook at the Shanghai export fair

Chinese Premier Li Qiang yesterday pledged to continue deepening reforms, expand free trade zones and relax market access for foreign investment while seeking to generate excitement around

Head of China’s state-backed Catholic church will visit Hong Kong as ties with Vatican are strained

The leader of China’s Communist Party-sponsored version of the Catholic church will visit Hong Kong this month at the invitation of the city’s pope-appointed Roman Catholic

Radio anchor fatally shot while on Facebook livestream watched by followers

A radio anchor was fatally shot by a man inside his southern Philippine station yesterday in a brazen attack that was witnessed by people watching the program

North Korea is closing some diplomatic missions in what may be a sign of its economic troubles

North Korea confirmed Friday that it’s closing some of its diplomatic missions abroad, a move that rival South Korea suspects is likely the latest sign

Blinken meets Palestinian leader in West Bank, stepping up Mideast diplomacy as Gaza war escalates

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken brought his frenetic Mideast diplomatic push on the Israel-Hamas war to the occupied West Ban yesterday, meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

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