Gov’t plans to revamp structures along Rua da Felicidade following positive assessment 

The government has made a positive evaluation of the result of the temporary pedestrianization of the Rua da Felicidade, which started in September 2023. Taking this

Two Macau customs officers accused of sick leave fraud

The city’s corruption watchdog has uncovered allegations that, cumulatively, two customs officers in Macau fraudulently obtained over 2,300 sick leave days, costing the government over MOP3

Macau casinos poised for boost as China eases visa policies: Goldman Sachs

The casino industry in Macau is set to benefit from the Chinese government’s decision to launch a multi-entry visa for tour groups between Macau and

Consulate renews calls for SAR to relax visa policies for Vietnamese

The Vietnamese Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau has called for continued coordination to lobby Macau to remove visa limits on Vietnamese tourists and workers in

PJ uncovers 70 fraud cases involving HKD18 million cash

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has recently announced an investigation into a mainland criminal group involved in fraudulent activities, specifically in the distribution of counterfeit banknotes.

Students told to stay home as Southeast Asia swelters in prolonged heat wave

Southeast Asia was coping with a weekslong heat wave this week as record-high temperatures led to school closings in several countries and urgent health warnings throughout

IC clarifies position over Ponte 14 project, ‘building is not heritage’

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has clarified that its opinion on the urban conditions plan (PCU) for the project of the old Ponte 14 in

Hengqin border braces for peak travel during Labor Day

Hengqin Border Inspection expects traffic to peak at the Hengqin Port checkpoint during China’s Labor Day Golden Week from May 1-5, with an estimated daily average of

Swimming season starts May 1

Starting May 1, four outdoor swimming pools managed by the Sports Bureau will be open to the public with extended daily operating hours divided into three sessions, according

Commercial flights double y-o-y in Q1

In the first quarter, arriving and departing commercial flights totaled 13,306 trips, a hike of 115.2% year-on-year, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC).

Authorities test emergency typhoon plans

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSAMA) conducted an emergency response drill recently to test its infrastructure’s ability to handle typhoon conditions. The exercise simulated power outages and flooding during

CE reaffirms fulfillment of ‘jobs for locals’ policy

The Chief Executive (CE), Ho Iat Seng, has said the local government will continue to ensure residents have priority accessing jobs. Ho was speaking at the

Microsoft will invest $1.7 billion in AI, cloud infrastructure in Indonesia

Microsoft will invest $1.7 billion over the next four years in new cloud and artificial intelligence infrastructure in Indonesia — the single largest investment in Microsoft’s 29-year

“Cheers to 200 Years: Celebrating The Macallan’s Legacy of Exceptional Scotch Whisky”

Join us in celebrating The Macallan's 200th anniversary, honoring two centuries of exceptional single malt Scotch whisky. With a new '200 Years Young' logo, The Macallan pays tribute to its

Scientist who first published virus sequence protests after being locked out of his lab

The first scientist to publish a sequence of the COVID-19 virus in China was staging a sit-in protest after authorities locked him out of his lab.

China says Palestinian factions made ‘encouraging progress’ in talks in Beijing

Representatives of rival Palestinian groups Hamas and Fatah made “encouraging progress” in recent talks in the Chinese capital on promoting reconciliation, China’s Foreign Ministry said yesterday.

Pro-Beijing prime minister won’t keep his job following elections

Solomon Islands pro-Beijing Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare withdrew from the contest to remain head of the strategically important South Pacific island nation’s government following general elections two

Talks advance on a treaty to end plastic pollution

Nations made progress on a treaty to end plastic pollution as their fourth round of talks finished yesterday in Canada. For the first time in the

1945 Germany announces Hitler is dead

Adolf Hitler has been killed at the Reich Chancery in Berlin, according to Hamburg radio. At 2230 local time a newsreader announced that reports from the Fuhrer’s

The Taliban are working to woo tourists to Afghanistan

Around 30 men are crammed into a Kabul classroom, part of the debut student cohort at a Taliban-run institute training tourism and hospitality professionals. It’s a

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