MUST’s medical program aims to produce int’l doctors

The new Bachelor of Medicine program at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) is aiming to produce competent local doctors after six years.

Public consultation on procurement law concluded

The public consultation on the public procurement law, held for 60 days from November 6 to January 4, has concluded, having gathered around 1,000 opinions, the Financial

Association aims to promote aikido events

A group of aikido enthusiasts is set to host a seminar tomorrow, aiming to promote the modern Japanese martial art in the SAR. The goal of aikido is

Government agrees to install cameras in taxis

The latest article of the ammendement to taxi regulations has settled on the installation of in-facing cameras inside taxis, according to the Secretary for Transport and

Road tax payable until April

The government has set the period for the payment of 2019’s road tax from January 1 to April 1. All owners of motorized vehicles should proceed with the

More than 10m tourists visit Hong Kong via cross-border rail link, bridge

More than 10 million tourists have visited Hong Kong via the Hong Kong section of Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge since

Health | New whooping cough vaccine program set up

A new whooping cough vaccine and immunization program was recently introduced by the government with the aim of fighting the significant increase in the number of cases of the

Air Macau | Exclusive concession not extended

The Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) announced yesterday that Air Macau’s 25-year concession agreement, set to expire in November 2020, will not be renewed. In a

Tourism | HKZMB, Border Gate Square and UM proposed as new scenic spots

The Chinese Cultural Exchange Association (CCEA) this week launched a voting website to pick the city’s eight new scenic spots, having even nominated one of the

Health | 95 ambulances were called to non-critical emergencies

The majority of people who requested an ambulance were not in the first category of people in need of emergency service, according to the coordinator of

Doctors say influenza did not cause child death

A 4-year-old child died at the Conde S. Januário Hospital yesterday morning after it was discovered she was suffering from heart disease and hyperthyroidism. While receiving treatment at the

Heritage report submitted by China to remain confidential

China’s National Administration of Cultural Heritage has submitted to UNESCO a conservation report on the heritage situation in Macau, but its contents will not be shared with

Industrial accident results in one death

Yesterday, an industrial accident at a construction site in Areia Preta lead to the death of one man. The accident was reported at the construction site of a rainwater

MGTO announces Lunar Year celebrations

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will present the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the MSAR – Parade for Celebration of the

Gov’t reveals deadlines of MJC proposed projects

The government and the Macau Jockey Club (MJC) have agreed to add an appendix to the horse racing exclusive contract, according to a notice published in the

Gaming | Lionel Leong Good: Performance in 2019 would be slight improvement

The government is committed to ensuring Macau has stable gaming sector revenues for 2019, Lionel Leong told reporters this week. According to the Secretary for Economy and Finance,

Trade across Taiwan Strait reaches record high in 2018

The trade volume between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan reached 226.2 billion U.S. dollars last year, a record high, a mainland spokesperson said yesterday. This

‘Essence of the problem of illegal hostels’ must be found, Wong says

Alluding to the recent controversy related to illegal hostels, the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak said that the “essence of the problem must be found.”

Surveillance cameras to be installed only in special cells

The proposal from the government to install surveillance cameras in prison cells is going to move forward but only for a few “special cells,” according to

Increase of 8 percent in fire cases reported

The Fire Services Bureau (CB) was called less often to respond to several types of incidents over 2018. The 1.3 percent drop was reported yesterday to

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