Lawmakers discontented with quality of public housing

Several lawmakers within the Legislative Assembly (AL) remain discontented with the construction quality of public housing and have submitted written inquiries to the government on the

Scheme to shorten waiting period at airport underway

The health authorities are still working on a new scheme that was recently announced regarding the reduced waiting time of arrivals to Macau, following several reports

School resumption Students and teaching staff required to present NAT certificate on first day

Tertiary and non-tertiary education teaching staff and students are required to present a negative nucleic acid test (NAT) result taken within 72 hours prior to the

Authorities admit source of positive case at Treasure Hotel unknown

The health authorities said they are investigating the source of a positive case at Treasure Hotel and suspect that the employee was infected due to the

US to hold trade talks with Taiwan, island drills military

The U.S. government will hold trade talks with Taiwan in a sign of support for the island democracy that China claims as its own territory,

Group of migrant workers who faced maltreatment appeals to CE

A group of 18 non-resident workers has submitted a petition to the Chief Executive (CE) requesting assistance regarding the alleged abuse they have faced while being employed

Air Macau gradually resumes major routes

The city’s flag carrier, Air Macau, has said it plans gradually to resume more flights between Macau and the mainland based on market conditions. This

Two Hong Kongers arrested in drug trafficking case

While working with mainland police, the Judiciary Police (PJ) has detected a drug trafficking case, involving two Hong Kong residents who were arrested after more

Fishermen association calls for gov’t support following fishing moratorium

A fishermen’s association is calling on the government for support following the fishing moratorium that ended yesterday.  The annual summer fishing ban began May

China cuts power to factories, homes as reservoirs fall

Factories in China’s southwest have shut down and a city imposed rolling blackouts after reservoirs to generate hydropower ran low in a worsening drought, adding

Diehard ‘Taiwan independence’ separatists banned from entry to mainland, SARs

Beijing yesterday announced sanctions on “Taiwan independence” diehards on a Chinese mainland’s list. To resolutely punish “Taiwan independence” diehard elements, it is decided that Bi-khim Hsiao,

New anchorage regulation to begin in September

The Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) has released a new anchorage regulation for Inner Habour whereby, starting from September 1, fishing boats will have to be

Study: Single middle-aged men have ‘high probability’ of problem gambling

A study on gambling prevalence conducted by local scholars has shown that a middle-aged Chinese man who is self-employed, separated/widowed/divorced, and living alone has a high

Collaboration duty dropped from ‘junkets bill’

The infamous Article 56 of the new law to regulate casino activities, also called the “junkets bill,” has been dropped from the bill’s final version

Germany flying six fighters 8K miles in 24 hours to Singapore island

A group of German air force fighter jets neared Singapore yesterday in a marathon bid to fly them some 12,800 kilometers (8,000 miles) from their home base

‘Junket bill’ to allow concessionaires to hire services of several gaming promoters

The analysis and discussion on the so-called “junkets bill”, which is part of the new gaming industry regulations to enter into force from next January 1,

Legal status of old trees should be defined in cultural heritage law: Committee

In the debate as to whether 10 trees located at the original Cheok Ka Village in Taipa should be retained as they are, the Cultural

35 defendants linked to Alvin Chau plead guilty in Wenzhou trial

A total of 35 defendants linked to former junket mogul Alvin Chau have pleaded guilty during trial for their involvement in a cross-border illegal gambling syndicate.

Consulate delivers over 8,300 of supermarket vouchers to Filipinos

The Philippine Consulate General in Macau has delivered 824 care packages and released supermarket vouchers to 8,319 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) amid the partial lockdown

China GT moves forward aiming for local GP

The China GT Championship has finally moved forward for this season with the first round of the championship taking place at the Ningbo International Circuit

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