Lawmakers sworn-in, Kou re-elected as President

Kou Hoi In, lawmaker from the indirect election constituency, has been re-elected as the president of the Legislative Assembly (AL) over the weekend with 32 votes. The new term of lawmakers

LRT to close for 6 months to replace faulty high voltage cables

The Macau Light Rapid Transit (LRT) system is set to close from this Wednesday, October 20, for a period of six months for the replacement of all the high voltage

Gov’t runs NAT on focus areas, populations

A SARS-CoV-2 mass nucleic acid test (NAT) was run yesterday on residents living in certain focus areas, as well as those who had overlapping travel routes with the city’s recent

UK | ‘He was Southend’: Tributes paid to slain British lawmaker

David Amess was a man of the people, a hard-working British lawmaker who had no grand political ambitions beyond serving those who had elected him for nigh-on 40 years. His shocking

Beijing: Military drills, flights were needed to defend Taiwan

China's recent increase in military exercises and warplane missions near Taiwan — which have raised concerns around the region — were necessary to defend the nation's sovereignty and territory, a

Typhoon Kompasu | ‘Immediate prevention status’ maintained

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng directed the city’s civil protection management team to take all necessary steps in order to minimise the risk of adverse outcomes due to the

Next on FDA’s agenda: Booster shots of Moderna, J&J vaccines

With many Americans who got Pfizer vaccinations already rolling up their sleeves for a booster shot, millions of others who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine wait anxiously

Benrstein: Gaming sector will not fully recover until 2025

Analysts remain optimistic on the recovery of the gaming sector in 2023, despite forecasting that the industry will only recover to pre-pandemic levels in 2025. However, estimates for the VIP gaming

Panic buying as Typhoon Kompasu approaches

The Times visited several retailers including supermarkets and bakeries and observed empty shelves with a minimal quantity of supplies. A woman was also seen buying about 40 cans of luncheon

Gov’t launches new round of support to SMEs, low-income residents

The government yesterday announced a new set of support measures for struggling small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and low-income residents as the pandemic crisis continues to threaten local businesses. Resident workers,

Typhoon Kompasu | Issuance of T8 ‘relatively high’ tonight

The probability of hoisting a Typhoon Signal 8 between tonight and tomorrow morning is “relatively high.” This comes just a few days after the city saw its longest T8 that

Hao vs LVS | Witness reaffirms major changes to bidders score done by commission

The former member from the gaming consultants’ team who was hired by the government to evaluate and grade tender bidders for Macau gaming licenses in 2002 - David Green –

Covid-19 | Gov’t stresses two racial groups have low-risk amid alleged discrimination

Following the announcement of the high-frequency nucleic acid test (NAT), some shops have allegedly started banning customers of Vietnamese nationality, as raised yesterday in a press conference. When questioned if these

India, China army talks to defuse border tensions fail

Talks between Indian and Chinese army commanders to disengage troops from key friction areas along their border have ended in a stalemate and failed to ease a 17-month standoff that

HAO VS LVS | David Green: LVS experience more relevant than partners on Macau bid

Former government gaming consultant David Green said in court Friday that the experience which the Las Vegas Sands Corporation (LVS) has gathered over the years — specifically in its operations

COD to manage Club Cubic following ‘unfruitful’ talks on rent reductions

The operator of Club Cubic Macau said that it has failed in its attempt to seek rent reductions for its space with City of Dreams, causing it to halt its

Covid-19 | Gov’t enforces NAT tests for certain occupation, racial groups following new cases

Certain occupational and racial groups of individuals – identified as key groups by the Health Bureau (SSM) – have been ordered to take four nucleic acid tests (NAT) in eight

Boxer in critical condition after match

A local boxer is currently in a life-threatening condition after a sparring match at a boxing ring, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced. The victim was brought to Conde São Januário Hospital,

Covid-19 | Gov’t issues itineraries of cases 76 and 77

Authorities have disclosed the itineraries of the city’s two latest Covid-19 patients, including routes taken to local supermarkets and a restaurant. The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre confirmed on Saturday

Golden Week arrivals dip in blow to city

The just-concluded week-long National Day holiday often dubbed Golden Week was an extraordinary one for the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) – a city highly dependent on tourism — due

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