Privacy watchdog judges body-mounted cameras to be within reason

The Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP) concluded that the proposed measure, for on duty police officers to wear body-mounted cameras, would not be a

Vietnamese recruited 2 months before Kim Jong Nam’s murder

A Vietnamese woman accused of murdering the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader was recruited by a North Korean suspect at a Hanoi bar two months before the

Rodrigo’s exhibition explores a different approach to humour

Titled “Punacotheca,” the new exhibition from Macau-based Portuguese cartoonist Rodrigo de Matos proposes a completely different approach to the “humorous” style that is always present in his

Restored Holy House of Mercy elderly home unveils plaque

Macau Holy House of Mercy unveiled a plaque at its elderly home yesterday in recognition of Sands China’s assistance after Typhoon Hato. A MOP2 million donation

This Day in History | 1990 – Observer journalist executed in Iraq

Britain has strongly condemned the Iraqi authorities over the execution of The Observer journalist Farzad Bazoft in Baghdad. Mr Bazoft - who came to live in Britain

Health Bureau says no smoking rooms authorized for Wynn Palace

The Health Bureau (SSM) has issued a statement in which it acknowledges its awareness of some casino workers collecting signatures for a petition to enforce

New China-Lusophone news service launches

An English language news service that aims to provide in-depth analysis of the developing economic and political situation in Portuguese-speaking countries, as well as emerging

More New Macau members under investigation

MORE New Macau Association (ANM) members are under investigation for alleged aggravated disobedience, the group revealed at a press conference yesterday, just months after lawmaker

CPPCC | SARs can improve mainland’s poverty situation

Chan Meng Kam, a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and a former Macau lawmaker, has suggested his compatriots in the SARs should contribute

Typhoon Hato caused tumble in expat livability ranking

Macau has tumbled 18 places on a livability ranking for Asian expatriates on account of the impact of last year’s typhoons, a global mobility consulting firm said

Education | Tam wants more mainland students in Macau

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, met several central government officials last week in Beijing to discuss possibilities of cultural exchange and cooperation between

People warned to stay clear of Coloane beaches

A ‘black substance’ has appeared in the sands of the Hac Sa and Cheoc Van beaches in Coloane, the Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) has warned. According to a

Journalism was a door to ‘meet and talk with very special people’

Portuguese journalist and author Ana Margarida de Carvalho gave a talk yesterday afternoon at the Macao Polytechnic Institute (IPM) titled “From Journalism to Literature.” Carvalho was

Men facing charges in Australia over illegal exports of greyhounds

Four men are facing charges in New South Wales, Australia, in relation to the alleged export of nine greyhounds to China and Macau without a greyhound passport

Region’s urban planning ‘facing urgent needs’

A seminar on Macau’s urban planning was held last week at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST). Architecture scholars from several universities, including Waseda University and Tsinghua

Tax relief proposed for building renovation works

The Urban Renewal Committee discussed tax relief for building renovation works, Paul Tse, a member of the Committee, told the media after yesterday’s meeting. According to

Briefs | Construction of AL car park planned for Q2

The construction of the underground car park at the Legislative Assembly (AL) square is expected to commence in the second half of this year. The government opened a

Rugby | Chariot derailed: England’s team hits problems

The wheels are coming off the English chariot. After two years of unprecedented and virtually unstinting success under Eddie Jones, England’s rugby team

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