Crime | Taxi driver accused of ‘hit-and-run’ involving his passenger

A 73-year-old taxi driver stands accused in a case of “hit-and-run” involving a female tourist from the mainland that he had just transported from Taipa to Rua

Legislative Assembly | Secretary Wong refutes claims Macau is undemocratic

The Civil Protection Law was approved in general terms during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary session, amid some lawmakers’ worries against the advent of a

Tourism | Dragon Boat Festival visitors 60% higher than last year

The police released immigration figures yesterday for the three-day weekend holiday period of the Tuen Ng Festival. The preliminary figures showed that Macau had taken

‘King of protesters’ becomes third CE candidate

For the first time in its post-handover history, Macau will be fielding three candidates in the upcoming Chief Executive election. The latest contestant is 79-year-old Hoi Weng Chong,

International campaign for greyhound adoption ends

Today marks the end of Anima Macau’s international greyhound adoption campaign, when three canines will be sent to Australia. Speaking to the Times, President of

Football | Macau players threaten to quit team after Sri Lanka withdrawal

The Football Association of Macau (MFA) has decided not to depart for Sri Lanka to play their second-leg away match against the country, which was to

Hong Kong | One million flood streets to protest extradition bill

Hundreds of thousands of protesters marched through central Hong Kong yesterday protesting the government’s intention to pass legislation that would allow people to be extradited to

Macau could retain ‘second system’ status past 2049

Macau and Hong Kong could retain their ‘second system’ status going into the second half of the 21st century, according to an international and independent China strategist.

Legislative Assembly | Democrats urge lawmakers to rehabilitate June 4 memory

Pro-DEMOCRACY lawmakers Sulu Sou, Au Kam San and Ng Kuok Cheong voiced their concerns about the memories of the June Fourth Movement during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly

Heritage | Pátio da Eterna Felicidade listing is ‘very important first step’ in protection

The listing and detailed restoration of the “Pátio da Eterna Felicidade”, to allow the area to retain its unique characteristics, are the two most important phases

Executive Council | Proposal would extend maternity leave, resolve overlapping holidays

The Executive Council has completed its discussion on the proposed amendments for the labor relations law and minimum wage law, deciding to establish paternity leave, holiday

Crime | Casinos remain hotbed for smoking violations

The Grand Lisboa casino was identified by the Health Bureau (SSM) as one of the sites with the highest number of infractions for alleged smoking rule violations

Legislative Assembly | Standing Committee reviews severity of LRT fines

The Third Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday discussed a petition submitted by six entities in regards to the Employment Agency Operation Law,

The sacred SAR of Macau

Could Macau become a destination for religious tourism? The city’s hallowed past may prove an important cog in its future development. It’s Saturday evening. Complimentary

China accused of faking Taiwan media’s GBA coverage

Beijing-controlled media source ChinaTaiwan has been accused of making up statistics on the Greater Bay Area (GBA) for propaganda purposes, according to a report by the island’s

Three hundred crowd Senado Square for vigil

Several hundred people gathered in Senado Square last night to join the annual candlelight vigil held in memory of the June Fourth Incident that occurred

Forbes Travel Guide | Morpheus, MGM Cotai expected to make 2020 list

Forbes Travel Guide says it has high hopes for both Morpheus hotel and MGM Cotai to rank among its Star Award winners next year. Filip

Lawrence Ho | Melco’s investment in Australia aimed at ‘taking Japan’

The chairman and CEO of Melco Resorts and Entertainment said that the acquisition of a 20% stake in Australia’s Crown Resorts is a leap in the

Hong Kong proposes safeguards to extradition law amendments

Hong Kong’s government said that it was willing to raise the threshold for extraditing criminal suspects amid widespread concerns over moves seen as eroding the territory’s

Courts | Attack on lawyer is ‘attack on profession and rule of law’

The attack on lawyer Jorge Menezes on a Macau street on May 16, 2013, which resulted in him sustaining several injuries, was not just an attack against

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