Crime | Cases of domestic violence cause 2 injuries, 1 serious

Towards the end of last week, two different, unrelated cases of disagreements between married couples left two people injured, and one in a serious condition,

Ng Lap Seng wants prison postponement for medical reasons

Convicted Macau billionaire Ng Lap Seng is asking for another postponement to his prison sentence, this time on the basis of requiring medical treatment.

New approvals of residential mortgage loans on the rise

NEW approvals of residential mortgage loans in Macau rose in May, while those of commercial real estate loans decreased. According to statistics released by the Monetary Authority

Briefs | USJ hoping for British accreditation

The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) is hoping to be recognized by the British Accreditation Council next year, according to a TDM interview with rector Peter Stilwell. The university

Jho Low might have altered his apperance

Media in Malaysia are speculating that wanted businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, may have assumed a new identity in order to slip by

Wishart: Fake news causing an ‘erosion of trust’ in media

“There is a lot of discussion and a lot of studies an erosion of trust in the media I think the fact that Donald

Tam: More physicians and nurses hired to better healthcare

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, has claimed that the hiring of a greater number of physicians and nurses for the public sector will

Chui Sai On says Inner Harbor floods show improvements needed

The Chief Executive, Chui Sai On, yesterday directed government departments to step up their efforts in addressing flooding issues, particularly regarding easing the effects of

Tourist Price Index rises 2.78pct in Q2

The Tourist Price Index (TPI) for the second quarter (Q2) of 2018 went up by 2.78 percent year-on-year to 129.86, according to information from the Statistics and

Lin Fong Sports Center to extend opening hours

The Sports Bureau (ID) has announced that the Lin Fong Sports Center will extend its opening hours following the impending closure of the Macau Canidrome. During a TDM

‘Broken Tooth’ signs deal eying poker tournaments in Hainan

The former leader of Macau’s branch of the well-known 14K triad, “Broken Tooth” Wan Kuok Koi, has partnered with a Beijing- based firm to allegedly support

Flooding returns to Inner Harbor after heavy rain

Several areas of the Inner Harbor district were flooded yesterday morning after the rainfall which occurred around 10 a.m. According to reports on site, the

Roundtable calls on public support to save downtown building

A roundtable was held yesterday to discuss the future of the “Rainha Dona Leonor” housing block in downtown Macau (besides Hotel Sintra), which opponents of the government’s proposal to

Unfinished housing project victims ask for compensation

Approximately 50 people who claimed to have purchased properties in the Hon Fok Garden building, whose development was never finished, gathered at said building’s land plot on

Ask the Vet| Kitten care essentials

A kitten needs to be with his mother for the first eight weeks of his life, however if this is not possible, you need to be

Paul Chan announces departure from New Macau

Paul Chan Wai Chi  has announced his departure from the New Macau Association (ANM), explaining that he intends to make space for the group’s youthful

Hainan hopes to launch flight to Macau this year

South China’s Hainan Province plans to open another 20 international air routes by the end of the year as the island strives to build itself into a

Analysis | Greater Bay megalopolis triggers both hopes and fears

The establishment of the Greater Bay Area and the announced goal of achieving simplified living and travelling around the nine cities and regions that compose of the

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