Only 8% of MP cases on domestic violence resulted in charges

Only 8.04% of all cases opened by the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) regarding suspicions of crimes related to the law on preventing and combating domestic violence have

Smoking cessation services see 31% increase in past year

The Health Bureau (SSM) reported a significant increase in the number of people seeking smoking cessation services in 2023, underlining the city’s efforts to tackle

Digitalization and streamlining of birth, marriage, divorce, and death registration procedures

The new bill promoting amendments to several procedures of the Macau Civil Code is ready to be voted on in the final reading at the

Police break up pro-Palestinian student protest in Berlin as demos spread across Europe

Berlin police yesterday broke up a protest by several hundred pro-Palestinian activists who had occupied a courtyard on Berlin’s Free University earlier in the day. The protesters

Macau hotel occupancy rate peaks at 95% for Labor Day

Macau achieved an average hotel occupancy rate of 89.2% during the five-day Labor Day holiday season in mainland China, starting on May 1, according to the

Wong Kit Cheng calls for gov’t to implement long-term rental concessions on seniors’ residence

Lawmaker Wong Kit Cheng proposes extending rental concessions beyond the initial discounted period to provide long-term financial stability, following the government’s announcement and clarification on

Two hotel room robberies in Cotai committed by the same perpetrator

Two hotel room robberies occurred in the Cotai District within the span of an hour yesterday. Three mainland women were victimized by an individual armed with

Banned man caught trying to enter Macau with forged passport

A man in his 20s, who was previously banned from entering the region, attempted to use a stolen passport to enter Macau via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

Airport sees 109,000 passengers during Golden Week

During the Labor Day Golden Week, Macau International Airport (MIA) recorded a total of 908 flights and over 109,000 passengers passing through between May 1 to May 5.

International City of Food Carnival to feature 100 stalls

The Macau International City of Food Carnival will be held June 14 to June 23 at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. One of three highlight events, the “International Food Avenue,”

Mobile payment transactions up 13% in 2023

Data from the Monetary Authority of Macao shows that the volume of transactions in Macau using mobile payment instruments witnessed a 12.9% surge in 2023 compared to the

IC developing specialized website for film and television sector

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) is currently in the process of creating a dedicated website for the film and television industry. This platform is designed to bring together

Disney’s streaming business turns a profit, tops expectations

The Walt Disney Co. swung to a loss in its second quarter because of restructuring and impairment charges, but its adjusted profit topped expectations and its

City of Dreams restaurants pamper moms with special Mother’s Day menus

The Tasting Room – Prime Steak & Grill and L’ATTITUDE at City of Dreams are celebrating Mother’s Day with indulgent brunch and lunch menus, along with special gifts

‘Broth by André Chiang’ debuts signature soups

Renowned chef André Chiang unveiled his latest pop-up project, “Broth by André Chiang,” starting May 11 at Mizumi in Wynn Macau. The new personalized hot pot experience focuses on

Sino-French ties bridging East-West differences

Pandas are a rare species found only in China. But the West first learned about the panda through French missionary Armand David more than 150 years ago. This

Xi visits Pyrenees mountains, in a personal gesture by Macron

France’s president is hosting China’s leader at a remote mountain pass in the yesterday for private meetings after a high-stakes state visit in Paris dominated by

Crime Knife attack at Zhenxiong hospital kills two people and injures 21

A knife attack at a hospital in southwestern China yesterday killed two people and injured 21 others, authorities said. No motive was given for the attack at Zhenxiong County

Why voters in south are more resistant to Modi’s Hindu-centric politics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has wielded near-total control over Indian politics since coming to power 10 years ago, with one exception: He has failed to win over

2000 Sneak preview of new Tate Modern

The Tate Modern art gallery in London has opened its doors to the world’s media ahead of the official opening by the Queen on May 11. The

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