Nie Xinping: Hengqin will provide further support and services to int’l talents

Attracting international talents and people from Macau to help develop Hengqin is one of the goals of the Hengqin authorities, said an authority representative, according

CE, NPC Macau members meet for upcoming Policy Address

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng recently met with the Macau members at the National People’s Congress (NPC) to gather suggestions while compiling his next Policy Address.

Departure NAT validities for foreign travels eased Departure NAT validities for foreign travels eased

Whilst many countries are no longer requiring SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid test (NAT) results upon arrival or departure, the Macau government updated the validity requirements for departure

UNESCO urged to review Guia Lighthouse project in new letter

A concerned group is urging UNESCO to maintain a firm stance on the decision it made in 2008 in reducing the height of the building project located

Genting ‘prospective rescuer’ if incumbent operator continues to face cash bleed

Genting's bid in the gaming tender may be a way to partner itself to an incumbent gaming operator in financial turmoil, according to a note issued

Alvin Chau attests no association with side-betting

The under-trial junket mogul Alvin Chau has denied any allegations that he was involved in illegal activities of multiplier bets for high rollers. In the first

Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral

Britain and the world said a final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II at a state funeral yesterday that drew presidents and kings, princes and prime ministers — and

Lawmaker calls for fair pay for civil servants who worked during lockdown

A line should be drawn to equalize the compensation for civil servants who worked during the June 18 Covid-19 outbreak, lawmaker Ron Lam has advocated in

Level 0 incident recorded at Ling Ao Nuclear Plant

Guangdong provincial authorities have reported that a Level 0 incident has occurred at the Ling Ao Nuclear Power Plant in Shenzhen. The incident report

Russia seeks closer security ties with China as key goal

A top Russian security official declared yesterday on a visit to China that the Kremlin considers beefing up ties with Beijing as a top policy goal.

Strong earthquake in Taiwan traps people, derails train

A strong earthquake shook much of Taiwan yesterday, toppling a three-story building and temporarily trapping four people inside, stranding about 400 tourists on a mountainside, and

Gov’t considering whether to buy monkeypox vaccines

The Health Bureau is considering whether to procure monkey pox vaccines, as well as other measures against the disease, bureau director Alvis Lo revealed over the

RMB3b central gov’t bonds listed in Macau

The Chinese central government’s RMB3 billion worth of renminbi-denominated bonds were listed in Chongwa (Macao) Financial Asset Exchange Co., Ltd. (MOX) in the SAR on

Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II is huge security challenge

The funeral of the only monarch most Britons have known involves the biggest security operation London has ever seen. Mayor Sadiq Khan says today’s

Sector rep hopes for 30,000 tourists daily during Golden Week

Given the recent increase in tourism, Macau might see an average of 30,000 tourists per day during the October 1 holidays, the president of the

Macau spectates as WHO announces pandemic end ‘in sight’

Local authorities are not yet trusting the optimistic words of the World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus who on Wednesday announced that the end

survey Nearly 50% youth opting for gigs due to flexibility

A survey titled “gig work and youth people in Macau at digital age” published by the Macao New Chinese Youth Association (MNCYA) shows that most people

Group expects Prosperity Index to remain low from August to November

The Macau Economic Association has announced that it expects the city’s Prosperity Index to remain at a low level – 1.8 or 1.9 points – from August

Margarine samples retailed in Macau fail contaminant test in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Consumer Council has announced that it has detected various levels of food processing contaminants in 15 margarine samples that include products being

Gov’t to host employment fair offering 1,000 vacancies

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) will host a youth employment fair at The Venetian Macao on October 8 and 9, offering nearly 1,000 vacant positions, the

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