Lindblad justified favoritism by winning F4 Race

British racer Arvid Lindblad has won the Macau Formula 4 (F4) Race, concluding the program of the first weekend of the local Grand Prix. At the

Grieving parents present 8,000 signatures in petition calling for nursery surveillance

The parents of the three-month-old who passed away at Taipa Fong Chong Nursery almost a month ago have presented 8,000 signatures to the government, demanding surveillance

Xi and Biden are set to meet this week

When President Joe Biden meets Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Wednesday, there will be no such thing as a small detail. How they greet? If they

Thong secures final win at TCR Asia Challenge

Hong Kong driver Shaun Thong secured victory in the final race of the TCR Asia Challenge event at the Macau Grand Prix this weekend.

Lotus makes ‘picture perfect’ debut of Emira GT4

In its world premiere over the weekend in Macau, the Emira GT4 could not have had a better start in the competitive arena, securing a double

O’Young wins again on GT3

Hong Kong racer and multiple Macau Grand Prix winner, Darryl O’Young, has had yet another win in the GT3 category. This time O’Young won

Gov’t proposes easing real property transaction restrictions in new bill

Local restrictions on real property transactions will be relaxed pending the passage of a new bill, the Executive Council (ExCo) announced to a press conference

Two local universities make QS University Ranking

Both University of Macau (UM) and Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) have ranked in the latest edition of QS University Ranking, ranking 254th and

Bill to overhaul parliamentary selection requirements passes ExCo

A bill aimed at rebuilding the Legislative Assembly selection procedure has successfully passed the Executive Council (ExCo) and will be submitted to parliament, as revealed by the

Hotel sector to strengthen room cleaning amid global bed bug infestation

The Macau Hoteliers & Innkeepers Association have made assurances that no hotels in Macau are affected with bed bugs amid soaring infestations in different regions, including

Gov’t: MICE events to increase by 50% in 2024

The number of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions) events is projected to increase by 50% year-on-year to 1,500, as efforts to return to pre-pandemic levels

Woman loses MOP2 million in crypto scam

A local woman has lost MOP2 million in an alleged cryptocurrency scam. The suspect convinced her to download an app to invest in cryptocurrency. During the relevant period, her account

Showcase of Portuguese wines from key regions on Nov. 14

A group of 26 wine producers from key wine regions including Douro, Alentejo, Dão, Lisboa, and Setúbal will showcase their wines in Macau on Nov. 14. Wines available

GBA witnesses patent growth in digital economy

By the end of 2022, the number of valid invention patents in the core industries of the digital economy was 1.273 million, of which the Yangtze River Delta,

Worried shoppers scrimp, dimming the appeal of a Singles’ Day shopping extravaganza

Shoppers in China have been tightening their purse strings, raising questions over how faltering consumer confidence may affect Saturday’s annual Singles’ Day online retail extravaganza.

Drought and mismanagement have left a French island parched

Drop by disappearing drop, water is an ever more precious resource on Mayotte, the poorest place in the European Union. Taps flow just one day out of

1979 Times returns after year-long dispute

The Times newspaper has been published for the first time in nearly a year.  The paper’s disappearance from news stands followed a dispute between management

Messi’s 8th Ballon D’Or trophy celebrated by Inter Miami in exhibition match

L ionel Messi held the Ballon D’Or over his head as fireworks lit up the sky to bring a pregame ceremony to a close. And with

Philippines joins Japan-led naval drills as brushes with China rise in the disputed sea

Japan led an annual multinational naval exercise that included the Philippines as an observer for the first time, as Filipino coast guard vessels

Croatia’s defense minister sacked after causing a fatal car crash that also left him hospitalized

Croatia’s defense minister was sacked on Saturday after he apparently caused a traffic collision in which one person died and he was also seriously injured. Defense

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