Briefs | Five local residents injured in fight over taxi queue

A fight broke out yesterday morning at the Border Gate taxi station when three local men cut into a taxi queue. According to a report by TDM, the men were aged between 40 and 50 years old. The dispute escalated when they refused to heed the warnings of two other residents – a man and a woman – to join the queue. All five were taken to Hospital Conde S. Januário for their injuries.

Urban plan for Lai Chi Vun area revealed

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau’s latest plan for land conditions proposes a maximum height of 11.4 meters for buildings in front of the Lai Chi Vun shipyards. The three land plots concerned are 43, 65 and 128 square meters, respectively, and must be used for non-industrial purposes. It has been suggested that both the roof and stairs follow the Chinese architectural style. The plan is under public consultation until the end of this month, with the Cultural Affairs Bureau required to weigh in.

Registration open for craft market

The “Tap Seac Craft Market” will be held between April 13 and 15, and April 20 to 22. Stall registrations are now open and all interested parties are welcome to register. Applicants from Macau, Malaysia and Singapore are welcome to register by March 13. Applicants from other regions can visit the “Craft Market” page on Facebook for application details and the application deadline. Marking its 10th anniversary, the “event will feature a total of 220 stalls, allowing local and overseas cultural and creative entities to showcase and sell their original brands and products”. Organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, the event was first held in 2008.

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