Macau’s easing of quarantine measures depends on mainland

The decision to adjust the number of days of quarantine under medical observation in Macau depends ultimately on the analysis and decision of the Central government

Origin of new case ‘unknown’, Zhuhai blames Macau

Local health authorities are yet to confirm whether the case of the non-resident worker found by Zhuhai authorities to be infected with Covid-19 is an infection

Advisory committee urgently needed to investigate gas prices hikes

Commentator Sulu Sou and lawmaker Ron Lam have once again called for the government to establish a legally-required advisory committee so that the Consumer Council (CC)

Taxi drivers to get MOP12,000 max subsidizing fuel costs

Local taxi drivers, provided that they meet certain criteria, are entitled to a maximum MOP12,000 fuel subsidy, the Transport Bureau (DSAT) announced yesterday. The subsidy

Mobile payments reach MOP6.4b in Q2

The transaction values of local mobile payment tools has increased by 7.6% by quarter-to-quarter this year, reaching MOP6.4 billion, according to the data published by the Monetary

One year after Afghanistan, US spy agencies pivot toward China

In a recent closed-door meeting with leaders of the agency’s counterterrorism center, the CIA’s No. 2 official made clear that fighting al-Qaida and other extremist

Housing prices considered steady

The overall residential property price index is considered to have held steady from April to June 2022, decreasing only 0.3% from the previous period (March -

PSP reports seven fraud cases of up to MOP430,000

The Public Security Police (PSP) has reported a total of seven cases of financial fraud in a joint police press conference yesterday.  In first case, a

Two suicide cases involving elderly people reported in less than 24 hours

Two suicide cases were reported in less than 24 hours involving senior citizens, as concerns grow about an alarming rise in suicide cases among the

Probability of issuing T3 ‘relatively high’ today

The chance of issuing tropical cyclone signal no.3 is relatively high today, according to the Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG). The broad low pressure

Australia calls for cooling of Taiwan tensions

Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong yesterday called for a cooling of tensions after Beijing accused her of “finger-pointing” in her criticism of China’s military exercises in

Beijing extends threatening military exercises around Taiwan

China said yesterday it was extending threatening military exercises surrounding Taiwan that have disrupted shipping and air traffic and substantially raised concerns about the potential for conflict

UN chief urges nuke powers to abide by no-first-use pledge

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres yesterday urged countries with nuclear weapons to stick to their no-first-use commitment of their atomic arsenals, warning that the nuclear

1945 Atom bomb hits Nagasaki

American forces have dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki - the second such attack on Japan in three days. The bomb was dropped by parachute from an

Nonprofits launch USD100M plan to support local health workers

A new philanthropic project hopes to invest $100 million in 10 countries, mostly in Africa, by 2030 to support 200,000 community health workers, who serve as

Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

The last five weeks feels like three months to 20-year-old Joohyung “Tom” Kim, and for good reason. The South Korean kid who named himself after a cartoon

Japanese sailor attacked at Solomon Islands memorial service

A Japanese sailor was attacked yesterday in the Solomon Islands during a World War II memorial service that was also attended by U.S. Deputy Secretary of State

Fiber optic cable theft halts Spanish bullet train service

Hundreds of rail passengers using the line between Madrid and Barcelona were left stranded for hours after some 600 meters of fiber optic cable used in the signaling system

‘Let’s eliminate nuclear weapons before they eliminate us’

We've known for several decades that there is no way for our civilization and most life on the planet to survive a nuclear war, even a limited one, and the

Tuesday, August 9, 2022 – edition no. 4070

— Not following ‘zero-Covid’, Hong Kong reduces hotel quarantine to three days; Macau won’t follow neighboring SAR policies * The baker from Zhuhai — Origin of new case ‘unknown’, local health authorities

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