Health | Exclusive subsidies to be given to Hengqin’s Macau residents

The Macau SAR government has decided to provide subsidies to Macau residents who live in Hengqin to allow them to use Zhuhai’s healthcare services, the Health

Cultural heritage site owner has legal duty of conservation, says IC

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) said yesterday that it is required by law that the owner of a cultural heritage site conserves their protected property

Gaming | Big brother casinos can spot who’s most likely to lose big

The house always wins - and now it has artificial intelligence on its side. Some of the world’s biggest casino operators in Macau are starting to

Hong Kong | Court throws out ex-leader’s misconduct conviction

A Hong Kong court yesterday threw out former Chief Executive Donald Tsang’s conviction for misconduct relating to a property deal while in office. Tsang was released in

Koreas Seoul says US, NK in talks to set up third Trump-Kim summit

North Korean and U.S. officials are holding “behind-the-scenes talks” to arrange a third summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on

Civil Protection Bill continues to generate concern from all corners

The Civil Protection Bill, now being considered in detail by the First Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL), continues to raise concerns from all corners

Macau bested by 200 mainland cities on energy intensity

Macau is not an energy- friendly city by Chinese standards, suggests a recently released report showing the SAR was bested by more than 200 mainland cities

China to issue 2 billion renminbi in gov’t bonds

The Chinese Central Government will issue 2 billion renminbi-worth (USD290.6 million) of government bonds in Macau on July 4, according to a joint announcement yesterday by

GGCT stresses: travel alert is recommendation, not prohibition

Macau’s Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) issues travel warnings to countries and regions to serve only as recommendations, the Office stressed a day after it

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam sees popularity plunge after historic protests

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam saw her approval rating plunge 9 percentage points in a month, as her bid to ease extraditions to China prompted

CRIME | Local student loses 48,000 patacas in online sex scam

A local student has fallen victim to an online scam after seeking sexual services through a social network, according to the Judiciary Police (PJ). The PJ

Anti-corruption agency slams gov’t in Ilha Verde Hill probe

Macau’s anti- corruption agency has found that two government departments violated the Urban Planning Law and the Cultural Heritage Protection Law in their conservation and planning

Education authority concerned internet corrupting youth values

The influence of the Internet on the values of Macau’s younger generation is a growing concern for officials in charge of the Education and Youth Affairs

Wynn Resorts | Thousands turn out for new Boston casino opening

Massachusetts’ third casino officially opened its doors near Boston on Sunday to thousands of patrons, including some who had lined up in the early morning hours to

Hong Kong | Protesters block gov’t building access, plan new action

Protesters fearing an erosion of Hong Kong’s legal autonomy blocked access to a government office building for nearly two hours yesterday and plan more demonstrations

Government says Macau relentless in fight against human trafficking

Through its judiciary authorities, the Macau government has been relentless in its efforts to combat human trafficking, according to the reply by the Office of the

Former DSSOPT head under probe, assets seized

The former Director of the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT), Jaime Carion, is under investigation for alleged corruption and his assets have

O Lam touted as possible Alexis Tam successor

The Chief-of-Office of the Chief Executive’s Office is being touted as a possible successor to Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam, the Times has learned.

Hong Kong | Protesters end blockade of police headquarters

Protesters in Hong Kong ended their overnight siege of police headquarters peacefully Saturday, disappointed that their demands for the territory’s leader to formally withdraw a contentious extradition

Ho’s election campaign office | 6,000 square foot refurbishment for one million patacas

Macau Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng has spent over 1 million Macau patacas to refurbish his election campaign office. Yesterday, Ho’s election campaign

WP2FB Auto Publish Powered By :