Non-resident worker found dead at workplace

The Judiciary Police (PJ) informed that on the morning of Monday, July 12, they received notifications from both the Emergency Department of the Conde de São Januário Hospital Center and

Temporary housing units to follow private sector construction standards

The 2,803 temporary housing units to be built at Lot P of Areia Preta will follow design and construction standards from the private sector market, Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR)

IAM urged to build long- overdue pumping station

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will formulate a plan to construct a new rainwater pumping station at Baía Norte do Fai Chi Kei to alleviate flooding in the city. According to

Covid-19 | Malaysia shuts vaccination center after 204 staff infected

Malaysia shut down a mass vaccination center in its worst-hit state yesterday after more than 200 medical staff and volunteers tested positive for the coronavirus. The closure was the first of

Gov’t opens tender for new economic housing, final list presented next year

Yesterday, the government announced the opening of the new tender for economic acquisition housing. In a press conference held on July 12 by the Housing Bureau (IH), president Arnaldo Santos announced

E-payment critical to stimulate tourism development: GBA experts

Given the surging demand for cashless transactions, electronic payment is likely to significantly affect the development of the tourism industry in Macau, industry experts from the Greater Bay Area (GBA)

9th MITE fared satisfactorily: MGTO

The 9th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) concluded on July 11, and was a satisfactory event, according to the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO). The high-profile event was held at

Four of six disqualified candidate lists to file judicial appeal

Following last Friday’s sudden announcement of their disqualification from the parliamentary election, four out of the six eliminated groups have pledged not to file changes to their lists of candidates

Pfizer to discuss COVID-19 vaccine booster with US officials

Pfizer says it plans to meet with top U.S. health officials yesterday to discuss the drugmaker’s request for federal authorization of a third dose of its COVID-19 vaccine as President

Macao Int’l Documentary Film Festival | City still young in the face of documentary films, says curator

Despite the arrival of new cinemas, the city’s audience is still trying to get accustomed to the film festival culture, said Penny Lam, curator of the 5th Macao International Documentary

Elections 2021 | Candidates to appeal from disqualification decision

On Saturday afternoon, several members of some of the lists disqualified from the elections spoke to the media during a press conference especially organized for this purpose. Sulu Sou, Rocky Chan,

9th MITE accentuates “Tourism+” concept

At the high-profile opening ceremony of the 9th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) on July 9, leading authorities of both Macau and China announced their commitments to collectively deepen

Health chief declines disclosure on future Cotai hospital operator

It is not appropriate to disclose too much about the speculated operating entity of the future Island Hospital for the time being, Alvis Lo, director of the Health Bureau, recently

FIA GT World Cup exclusively dependent on Macau travel restrictions

The return of drivers and machinery for the FIA GT World Cup event to Macau’s Guia circuit solely depends on the easing of local border restrictions by November, the event

Indonesia short on oxygen, seeks help as virus cases soar

Just two months ago, Indonesia was coming to a gasping India’s aid with thousands of tanks of oxygen. Today, the Southeast Asia country is running out of oxygen as it endures

Political scientist says ‘turncoat’ group will decide the AL elections

Political scientist Sérgio de Almeida Correia believes that the results of the September 12 election for the Legislative Assembly (AL) will be in the hands of just one of three

Caritas’ elderly-run restaurant to open to boost senior employment rate

Caritas Macau is planning to launch a forward-thinking cha chaan teng (local-style café) staffed 60% by elderly employees in August or September this year, with the aim of helping seniors

Melco launches share purchase program for furloughed employees

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited announced a Share Purchase and Award Program for employees who agreed to participate in the company’s voluntary leave program in 2020. The newly launched Share Purchase

Covid-19 | Test validity reverted to a week for Macau-Guangdong travels

Following about a month of shortened validity, Covid-19 test validity period will return to seven days for travel between Macau and Guangdong province from tomorrow, the Novel Coronavirus Response and

Fitch: MGM rating outlook remains Negative

Fitch Ratings has confirmed that the Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) for MGM Resorts International and MGM China Holdings are at ‘BB-’. The agency said that the Rating Outlook remains Negative. “The affirmation

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