News of the World | The FBI can unlock Florida terrorist’s iPhones without Apple

The FBI is pressing Apple Inc. to help it break into a terrorist’s iPhones, but the government can hack into the devices without the technology giant, according

Gov’t considering making rent payments by bank transfer mandatory

The government is considering making the payment of rent fees by bank transfer mandatory. The policy proposal was floated by the Secretary for Administration and

Tourism regulator forecasts 3% fewer visitors in 2020

Macau visitor arrivals will drop by 3% in 2020, according to a prediction by Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office

Analysts: January GGR might be better than expected

Macau gross gaming revenue since the opening of the year seems to be holding much steadier than what analysts had earlier predicted. Total GRR for the

Gov’t science fund to offer millions for R&D

As much as MOP1 million will be given to the winners of three awards by the Science and Technology Development Fund, alongside other incentive programs encouraging research

Abuse of ambulance services more common in 2019

During 2019, the Fire Services Bureau (CB) ambulance service responded to more calls for ambulances due to an increase in reports of fever, stomach ache, and dizziness,

Singapore companies abandon home to list in Hong Kong

Hong Kong remains the top listing venue for Singapore companies. CTR Holdings Ltd., a provider of engineering services, is the latest example. It’s the second

Legislative Assembly | 15% of households uncooperative in solving water leakage problems

Fifteen out of every 100 house owners or occupants have not cooperated with the Housing Bureau in solving water seepage and leakages in residential units, according

UM expects local economy to contract 3.7% this year

Macau’s economy is expected to contract by 3.7% this year, according to the University of Macau’s 2020 macroeconomic forecast. Yesterday, Kwan Fung, assistant professor of the Department of Economics

Analysts divided over visitor tax impact

Analysts of the tourism and gaming industries are seemingly divided when it comes to a proposed tax on visitor arrivals in Macau. The views, aired this

Macau air passengers faced Manila dilemma after cancelled flights

Hundreds of passengers flying between Manila and Macau have been affected by the activity of Taal volcano near the Philippines’ capital, which caused disruption and delays to

Huge explosion at Zhuhai petrochemical plant

An explosion occurred at a petrochemical plant in Zhuhai of Guangdong Province around noon yesterday, according to state media China Global Television Network (CGTN). A fire

HK pins hopes on trade, finance to restore economy

Hong Kong’s government is usually eager to play up the city’s resilience in the face of economic calamity, like the bounce-back after the Asian financial crisis

Macau to have legal jurisdiction over Lotus Bridge soon

The Lotus Bridge will soon be under the legal jurisdiction of Macau, according to Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong, who confirmed the news yesterday in his capacity as

Legislative Assembly | No timetable for New Urban Zone A public housing

The government could not provide a timetable for the completion of the New Urban Zone A public housing projects despite the public tender running on schedule, Secretary for Transport and

TurboJet to reportedly cut staff salaries up to 12%

TurboJet, the oldest ferry company operating maritime transportation in the Pearl River Delta, is preparing to reduce the salary of the majority of its employees, reported Hong Kong news outlet

Three health officials attend two-day Wuhan briefing

The local government has dispatched a team of three officials to Wuhan, Hubei Province, in order for them to learn more about the latest developments regarding a pneumonia outbreak in

Trump trade deal raises issue of trusting China to deliver

After three years of tweets and tariffs, President Donald Trump has arrived at his China moment. The phase one deal to be signed tomorrow is expected to include China’s commitments to

Philippines | Lava gushes from volcano near Manila; tens of thousands flee

Red-hot lava gushed out of a volcano near the Philippine capital yesterday, as tens of thousands of people fled the area through heavy ash and frightening

Local gov’t hits back at US Congress report on stifling democracy

An independent agency of the U.S. government has condemned the actions of the Macau government in the last year in what it describes as a stifling

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