Drivers’ health most prominent factor in ‘4-4 shift’, says Agnes Lam

In considering the feasibility of the “4-4 shift” of bus drivers, lawmaker Agnes Lam stressed that the health of drivers should be the most important factor. The “4-4 shift” is a

Macau and HK graduates can compete for over 9,000 jobs in Guangdong

Fresh graduates from Hong Kong and Macau are able to apply for a total of 9,464 vacancies set aside in the Human Resources and Social Security Department of Guangdong Province. These

Social Housing | 60 tenants eventually get Mong-ha units

After a decade of construction with several issues along the way, the second phase of the Mong-ha Social Housing estate finally became ready for distribution yesterday. Named by the government as

SJM to run self-promoted casinos at Diamond Casino, Lisboeta Macau

SJM Holdings Ltd (SJM) is going to take over the operation of Casino Diamond, a satellite casino under the group which will go under later this month in addition to

Mixed feelings, Johnson in quarantine mar UK’s ‘freedom day’

Corks popped, beats boomed out and giddy revelers rushed onto dancefloors when England’s nightclubs reopened yesterday as the country lifted most remaining restrictions after more than a year of lockdowns,

AL passes amendment on protection of national symbols

The Legislative Assembly (AL) has passed a bill amending laws on the use and protection of the national flag, emblem and anthem on the final reading. The bill aims to enforce

Implementation of national security law in HK reference for Macau: Security chief

The implementation of the in the national security law in neighboring Hong Kong serves as a reference for Macau, according to Wong Sio Chak, Secretary for Security. Wong spoke at a

Education bureau sees graduating students wary about overseas study

This year’s graduating students have shown greater reluctance to go abroad in pursuing further education, Kong Chi Meng, deputy director of the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) has said

Covid-19 | Booster shot ‘necessary,’ says health official

Early data from global studies indicate that even being fully vaccinated with two doses is insufficient in preventing infection and transmission with Covid-19. In light of this data, the government

Gov’t signs agreement with CCTV parent company

The China Media Group (CMG) has authorized the broadcast of two Olympic Games this year, as well as of celebratory programs of the Communist Party of China (CCP) in Macau. CMG

Art Macao plays part in gov’t’s endeavor to foster art and culture

The Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2021 (Art Macao 2021), a four-month mega art event held every two years, officially rolled out the red carpet yesterday afternoon. “Cultural development has

MGTO vows to consolidate Macau’s status as ‘Creative City of Gastronomy’

Four years on from Macau’s classification as a “UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy,” director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes pledged yesterday that authorities

AL: Lawmakers exchange arguments over candidate disqualification from elections

Yesterday’s plenary session of the Legislative Assembly (AL) was marked by strong ideological clashes and an exchange of arguments between pro-democracy and pro-establishment lawmakers about the disqualification of a number

Beijing: 2022 Winter Olympics on track despite pandemic

With the postponed Summer Olympics set to open in Tokyo next week, Beijing has made moves to show its preparations for the Winter Games are well on track for February

Macau to host GBA 3×3 basketball event in October

In October, Macau will see a large-scale basketball event added to the local annual calendar of major sports events, organizers announced at a press conference yesterday. The FIBA 3x3 Macao Masters

Elections 2021 | Several justifications for disqualification of candidates revealed

The long-serving incumbent lawmaker, António Ng Kuok Cheong, who has been disqualified from running in the coming Legislative Assembly (AL) election, yesterday published on his social media account some excerpts

Gov’t to fast-track Yat Yuen Canidrome redevelopment

The Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) has confirmed in a written reply that the authorities will expedite plans to overhaul the land plot containing the Macau Yat Yuen Canidrome

Lisboeta to premiere two new attractions in the city

The Lisboeta Macau will open part of its development, which will include two ideas completely new to Macau, to cater to both local residents and tourists this coming Saturday. This coming

Weather bureau defends timing of rainstorm warning issuance

Both Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo do Rosário and director Leong Weng Kun of the Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) stressed the unpredictability of rainfall levels at the

LVS to build on digital gaming technology

Las Vegas Sands Corp (LVS), the parent company of Sands China Ltd (Sands), is going to shift its focus to advancing the group’s digital gaming technologies primarily within the business-to-business

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