Rainstorm causes school closures and flooding

A rainstorm hit Macau yesterday, prompting the suspension of classes for secondary, primary, infant, and special education schools in the afternoon. Residents and visitors were advised to prepare

ID: Grand Prix appeal remains despite race change

The allure of the Macau Grand Prix is still evident despite a change in racing categories, according to Macau’s sports bureau chief. “The international events organized by

LVS, Genting to invest over USD7b in resort expansion plans in Singapore

The casino industry is closely watching developments in Singapore as the city-state begins the second phase of its casino resort expansion. The resorts’ development is

Man arrested over blackmail and rape of local female student

A local female student is suspected of being a victim of sexual assault. Her attacker is suspected to be a mainland man with a history of sexual

SSM observes consistent rate of stroke cases among middle-aged and younger people

Data from the Health Bureau (SSM) shows that stroke patients span all age groups, with common risk factors among middle-aged and elderly individuals, including chronic conditions

Macau selected as ‘Culture City of East Asia 2025’

Macau has been selected as the “Culture City of East Asia 2025,” the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) announced yesterday. In a

UK and US elections: two very different systems united by a common political language

Voters in the United Kingdom on May 22 learned the date they would be joining the many, many people casting ballots around the world in 2024.

Heavy rains and flooding prompt calls to improve drainage infrastructure

Flooding in low-lying parts of Macau during heavy rains recently has renewed calls for officials to bolster the city’s drainage network and coordinate emergency response plans

Construction of secondary school in Hengqin in full swing

The construction of the secondary school at the Macau New Neighbourhood (MNN) in Hengqin, is in full swing as of 27 May, the Macau Urban Renewal

Four-time Macau winner Hickman wins TT’s RST Superbike

Peter Hickman, one of the most successful racers at the Guia circuit and last year’s winner of the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix, has won the RST Superbike

DSPA to launch new pilot project for food waste collection at private buildings

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) is to launch a pilot project aiming to collect food waste from residential buildings, the director of DSPA, Raymond Tam,

Electric scooter fire at Ilha Verde car park, two other vehicles damaged

An electric scooter caught fire in the parking lot of the Ilha Verde neighborhood around midnight last night, the Fire Service Bureau (CB) has reported. According to the

Property sales on the rise

Data from the Finance Services Bureau shows there were 184 residential transactions in the first half of May, 16 more than in the second half of April, an

Man with suspended license caught drunk driving

A local man in his 30s who crashed his car into a pole was found to be suspected of drunk driving with a suspended license. The incident occurred

JP Morgan predicts GGR decrease for June following surge in May

Macau is on course for an expected gross gaming revenue (GGR) pull-back this month after “a record high mass GGR” in May, analysts at JP Morgan Securities Asia Pacific

LRT passengers dropping

The number of passengers transported by the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) has dropped once again in May this year. According to a statistic released by the

Longtime federal judge Larry Hicks in Nevada hit and killed by a vehicle near courthouse in Reno

Larry Hicks, a federal judge in Nevada for more than 20 years who presided over cases ranging from U.S. environmental disputes to political corruption trials, died

SJM brings city’s best to ‘Experience Macao’ roadshow in Korea

SJM Resorts, S.A., recently participated in the “Experience Macao roadshow in Korea,” themed “My favorite Macao“. The roadshow spanned four days, showcasing Macau’s unique offerings to Korean travelers,

TIS commemorates new grads

The recent 2024 graduation ceremony of The International School of Macao (TIS) celebrated the graduation of 63 students. The TIS Class of 2024 achieved outstanding results, with

Overseas communities carry the torch to keep Tiananmen memories alive

As the 35th anniversary of Beijing’s Tiananmen Square crackdown neared, Rowena He, a prominent scholar of that chapter of modern China’s history, was busy flying between the

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