City only recorded half year of ‘good’ air quality in 2022

Last year saw only around half of the year logging good air quality, the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) disclosed yesterday. Data from the Environmental Condition

LRT operation will not be directly awarded to MTR, Secretary guarantees

Future operations of the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) operations will not be directly awarded to the MTR Corporation, the Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Raimundo do

Abandoned tire park project still causing controversy

The abandonment of the project to build in Taipa’s central district an amusement and leisure park using old tires is still causing controversy among the lawmakers

Local woman scammed MOP320,000 by alleged ‘British’ man

A local woman was reported to have lost MOP320,000 after allegedly being scammed by a self-identified British man over a messaging app, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced

Police arrest woman accused of killing 3 young daughters

Hong Kong police arrested a woman accused of killing her three young daughters yesterday in a case that has shocked many in the city, where violent

Portuguese council worried about the long waiting list at Consulate

The Council of the Portuguese Communities (CCP) is concerned with the current situation at the Consulate-general of Portugal for Macau and Hong Kong, where people are

Held for 30 years, candlelight vigils remembering Tiananmen are not to return

Held for three decades, the candlelight vigils that aimed to shed light on the events that took place at Tiananmen Square in Beijing in what

Galaxy, MGM set sights on IR in Thailand

Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd. and MGM Resorts International are seeking to get a head start by considering the potential of opening casino resorts in Thailand, Bloomberg reported.

Lawmaker calls for gov’t to tighten noise controls

The city should see stricter control over domestic and low-frequency noises amid escalating complaints against noise pollution, lawmaker Ron Lam has said in his latest

Near 40 deals closed at infrastructure forum

In an infrastructure forum and expo held over the weekend, 39 cooperation agreements were signed, double that of last year, the Macao Trade and Investment

CIA Director Burns met Chinese officials in Beijing as Washington tries to thaw tensions

CIA Director William Burns went to Beijing in May to meet with Chinese counterparts, a U.S. official said last week, in what is the highest level

May revenue soars by 366% amid city running second for fastest growing economy

May revenue from the casino sector has seen a surge of 366% from a year ago to total MOP15.6 billion in May, again hitting a three-year

‘Phygital’ artworks celebrate Van Gogh’s birth

The new Artech exhibition is now open at One Central Macau until July 31, aiming to integrate physical art and digital art, to create “phygital”

China and Singapore agree to top-level defense hotline

China and Singapore laid the groundwork yesterday for a hotline between the two countries that would establish a high-level communications link between Beijing and a close American

GP Museum gaining traction in visitation but still a lot of potential

Since its opening after the complete renovation, the Macau Grand Prix Museum has attracted some 120,000 visitors. According to the deputy director of the

CPU approves residential building with 46.7m at Nam Van

The Urban Planning Committee (CPU) approved on Wednesday the Urban Conditions Plan (PCU) for a residential building to be constructed at the Nam Van Lake

Security branch ‘surprised’ not getting Malaysian request on Jho Low

The Office of the Secretary for Security yesterday expressed “surprise and shock” it had received no inquiry for policing cooperation from Malaysia. Yesterday, the Times

Land beside Jai Alai Hotel for gov’t facility

The land plot at the Avenida do Dr. Rodrigo Rodrigues, between the Jai Alai Hotel and the Hotel Casa Real in the Outer Harbour area,

Canto-opera ‘Floral Princess’ to mix modernity and tradition in July

As part of the “Sands China Performing Arts Program,” Sands China has joined with the Utopia Cantonese Opera Workshop to propose new performances from the

IC to invite Broadway, West End shows to Macau

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has revealed plans to invite Broadway and West End performers to stage shows in Macau. The IC was replying

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