Minimum wage bill passes first reading amid heated debate

The bill proposes to increase the minimum wage depending on how salaries are calculated or paid. For monthly wages, it is proposed to be

Melco to relaunch House of Dancing Water Q4 2024

Gaming operator Melco Resorts is looking to open the House of Dancing Water for a relaunch late in the fourth quarter of 2024. Speaking

China, Lusophone festival to screen 20 films

The “China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries Film Festival” will run from Nov. 10 to 24, screening over 20 Chinese and Portuguese films at Cinematheque-Passion. Themed

Updates on property anti-speculation measures soon

The government will soon announce updates on the speculation-discouraging measures concerning real properties, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong has told a parliamentary plenary.

Xi urges countries unite in tackling AI challenges

Chinese President Xi Jinping said yesterday that potential risks associated with artificial intelligence are challenges that countries should deal with together, remarks that come against the backdrop

HK working towards cross-boundary data flow within GBA

Hong Kong is actively working towards cross-boundary data flow within the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) with the support of the central authorities, Paul Chan,

MGS to attract 5,000 participants

The MGS Entertainment Show & Summit is slated to return with aims to attract 5,000 professional attendees and visitors at the Galaxy International Convention Center Nov.

CE welcomes ‘quality companies’ in Macau

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has said “excellent and quality companies” are welcome to set up their businesses in Macau and participate in the Hengqin development. Ho

Public tender for 15 market stalls closes Nov. 16

The closing date for submission of tenders for the Horta da Mitra Market and Patane Food Court is Nov. 16, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has said. The

Tap Seac Craft Market to host 220 creative stalls

The Autumn Tap Seac Craft Market will be held for two consecutive weekends from Nov. 16 to Nov. 19 and Nov. 23 to Nov. 26 at the Tap

DSEDJ dept. head appointed as sports deputy head

Luís Gomes, department head for non-tertiary education at the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ), has been appointed as a vice director of sports, the Secretary for Social

Unofficial drone flights banned during GP

Except for official drone flights approved by the Civil Aviation Authority, all other drone flights will be banned from Nov. 11 to 12 and from Nov. 16 to

Another local athlete wins medal at Youth Games

Athlete Wong Weng Ian has won a silver medal in the University Category Women’s Self-chosen Sword at the Student (Youth) Games. She lost to an athlete from Gansu

Governments plan more fossil fuel production despite climate pledges: report

Despite frequent and devastating heat waves, droughts, floods and fire, major fossil fuel-producing countries still plan to extract more than double the amount of fossil fuels in

Star-studded financial summit lineup casts vote of confidence in Hong Kong, mainland

Global financial heavyweights joined regulators this week at the main session of the Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit in Hong Kong, casting a vote of confidence

US plans to build a $553M terminal in Colombo port in rivalry with China

The U.S. announced a $553 million project yesterday to build a deep-water shipping container terminal in Sri Lanka’s Port of Colombo as it competes with China in international development

Third GOP debate will focus on Israel, foreign policy and Trump

Foreign policy and the Israel-Hamas war are expected to be prominent in today’s third Republican primary debate, as a narrowing field of candidates seeks to

1985 America welcomes Charles and Diana

Prince Charles and Princess Diana have ended the first day of their much-vaunted trip to the USA at a gala dinner in the Washington, hosted by President Reagan

Lack of affordable housing in Los Angeles’ Venice Beach neighborhood inspires activism and art

As more and more of her friends and neighbors found themselves priced out of rental units in Venice Beach, Judy Branfman began photographing the dozens

At 40, Pepe becomes becomes oldest scorer in Champions League

Porto 2, Antwerp 0 Porto captain Pepe became the oldest scorer in Champions League history as Porto beat 10-man Antwerp 2-0  yesterday to end

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