Outer Harbour Terminal will continue to operate as normal, DSAMA clarifies

The Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal is to continue to operate as normal, the Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) said in a response to an inquiry from the

Survey finds 30.6% of elderly concerningly lonely

Local NGO survey results show that 30.6% of its respondents reported experiencing concerning levels of loneliness or solitude. Conducted by the social service branch of Sheng

Upcoming Spring Festival to see surge in inbound, outbound trips

China is expected to experience a surge in inbound and outbound trips during the upcoming Spring Festival holiday, returning to the pre-pandemic levels in 2019, the

Transport committee deems it ‘reasonable’ to increase taxi fare

A meeting was held to discuss the fare increase proposal of the local taxi association, where members believed it was ‘reasonable’ to increase taxi prices given that

Gov’t proposes draft revision of laws published before 1993

As part of the Macau government’s review of the 2,123 laws and decree-laws published between 1973 and 1993, 746 laws or by-laws have been deemed ineffective

Gov’t pledges more help for its ailing property market, as IMF forecasts economy will slow

Markets in China sank Friday despite a fresh flurry of measures to help prop up the ailing property sector, as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecast

IC launches nationally-branded CNY concerts

On Saturday, Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) launched a nationally-branded series of orchestral concerts held at the Ruins of St Paul’s. The first evening had Tan Dun, Lang Lang

MPU launches second nursing training course

The Centre for Continuing Education of the Macao Polytechnic University (MPU) will launch the second “Nursing Assistant Training Course” this year, the university announced in a statement. At

Zhuhai intercity railway links to airport

With the second phase of the Zhuhai airport railway now open, which signals the full operation of the railway line, the travel time between Zhuhai’s Gongbei and the

134 flights approved for Lunar New Year so far

At time of reporting, a total of 134 additional flights have been approved for the Lunar New Year period, the Civil Aviation Authority of Macao (AMCM)

Rodrigues ‘shows teeth’ at Dubai, scores first points

After the first two rounds of the Formula 4 UAE Championship when local racer Tiago Rodrigues seemed to be out of the fight, Round 3,

2024 MGM Macao International Regatta successfully concluded

To further promote ‘Sports+’, “2024 MGM Macao International Regatta - Family Fun Day” was held at the Leisure Area of Kun Iam Statue Waterfront, featuring sailing experiences, family

US will resume Peace Corps program in Palau as it moves to counter Chinese influence in Indo-Pacific

The United States will resume a long-suspended Peace Corps program in the North Pacific island of Palau as the Biden administration continues moves to counter growing Chinese

Malaysia halves prison term for ex-Prime Minister who oversaw multibillion-dollar 1MDB thefts

Malaysia’s Pardons Board said Friday it has reduced ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak’s 12-year jail sentence by half and sharply cut a fine, less than two years into

Indonesians flock to presidential campaign rallies as criticism against the government mounts

Supporters of Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) shout slogans during a campaign rally at Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia, Saturday Tens of thousands

What to know about the US strikes in Iraq and Syria and its attacks with the UK in Yemen

British forces on Saturday joined their American allies in new attacks against militia in Yemen. The U.S. military earlier launched strikes on dozens of sites manned by Iran-backed fighters

1994 Market massacre in Sarajevo

A mortar bomb has exploded in the main market square in Sarajevo killing 68 and wounding 200 people. It is the worst single atrocity in the

Osmar Olvera Ibarra gives Mexico its 2nd diving gold medal in world championship history

Osmar Olvera Ibarra gave Mexico its second diving gold medal in the history of the World Aquatics Championships, winning the men’s 1-meter springboard on Saturday. Olvera

UN expert says more needs to be done to address human rights abuses

The government of Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has taken steps to to address human rights abuses in the country, including the killings of journalists and

Microsoft says state-backed Russian hackers accessed emails of senior leadership team members

State-backed Russian hackers broke into Microsoft’s corporate email system and accessed the accounts of members of the company’s leadership team, as well as those of employees on its cybersecurity

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