Special report | Obstructive truck trailers to be removed, sold by the gov’t

Residents have been complaining for some time about the frequent, obstructive and disrespectful parking of truck trailers in many streets in the surroundings of Concordia Industrial

Almost 75,000 vehicles with unpaid Road Tax

A total of 74,721 vehicles, accounting for approximately 31 percent of the total Macau fleet, have not yet settled their Road Tax payment for 2019, the Transport Bureau (DSAT)

Legislative Assembly | Fate of trade union bill number 10 lies with Chui

The most divisive law proposal of the post-handover period is making its way back to the Legislative Assembly where it will once again mean trouble for the

MGTO studies tourist taxes as seen in Venice, Japan

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is studying tourist taxes in Venice and Japan as research references for a similar scheme to be implemented in Macau.

China said to be developing maglev for Greater Bay

The Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning Center is allegedly developing a maglev train that can reach speeds of up to 600 kilometers per hour, according to reports by Hong Kong

MGM holds art symposium, debuts digital artwork for spectacle screens

MGM presented the second MGM Art Symposium at its Cotai property yesterday with the theme “Transforming Art with Technology,” inviting renowned creatives to share their insights on

Education | Macau schools need a fresh approach to deal with rampant bullying problem

In light of the results obtained by Macau in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), which ranked the region among the worst in the world for school bullying,

Canidrome | Senior gov’t official directed greyhounds to boost his clinic’s business

Macau’s Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has found that a division head of the Municipal Affairs Bureau abused his power in the aftermath of the Macau (Yat Yuen)

Li Ka-Shing’s son stumbles in year since Superman’s retirement

Following in his father’s footsteps was always going to be a challenge for CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.’s Victor Li. Li Ka-shing, the self-made billionaire who over

Italy signs accord deepening economic ties with Beijing

Italy signed a memorandum of understanding with China on Saturday supporting Beijing’s “Belt and Road” initiative, which aims to weave a network of ports, bridges and

Special Report | CEM says electric vehicle chargers are properly installed, public disagrees

In response to concerns expressed in the community, more specifically, by electric vehicle (EV) owners and users, the Times questioned the entities responsible for the installation

Smart city | Researcher calls for tourism to tap into software

A researcher on tourism  has called for the enhancement of the SAR’s software to help the city achieve its goal of sustainable tourism development. Jason Ni, executive

Measles | Health Bureau urges employers to vaccinate non-residents

The director of the Health Bureau’s (SSM) Disease Prevention and Control Centre, Lam Chong, has urged employers of non-resident workers (TNR), especially those from the Philippines and Vietnam,

Hong Kong | Chief Executive warns of collateral damage risk from trade war

Hong Kong’s chief executive cautioned that the Asian financial hub continued to face the risk of collateral damage from the China-U.S. trade war, saying the tensions

Special report | Cracks appearing in Agnes Lam’s middle ground stance

Agnes Lam is marking her 18th month as a lawmaker after being elected in October 2017 on a “middle ground” platform between the pro- democrats and pro-establishmentarians.

Fire destroys light installation in ZAPE

A fire that broke out last month on the rooftop of the Macau Art Garden destroyed a light installation that had been relocated from the popular Macao Light Festival,

Education | Macau among the worst places in the world for school bullying

Macau was among the worst countries and regions of the world for school bullying, according to the last report of the Programme for International Student Assessment

Hong Kong | Administration to spend half of fiscal reserves building artificial islands

Hong Kong’s government plans to spend HKD624 billion ($80 billion), equivalent to half its fiscal reserves, to reclaim land for artificial islands that’ll help ease its housing

UK’s May asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30

Prime Minister Theresa May formally asked the European Union on yesterday to postpone Britain’s departure from the bloc — due in nine days — until June

Lawmakers enter into ‘war of words’ at Assembly

Lawmaker Sulu Sou sparkled controversy in yesterday’s session of the Legislative Assembly (AL) by proposing two “votes of protest,” an unusual motion to try to force the

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