Some migrants birthing charges to increase 3 times, not 9

The raise in baby delivery fees for non-resident domestic workers at the public hospital will be hiked three times and not nine times as previously

Border zone from HKZM Bridge under Macau administration

The Macau border zone of the world’s longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau has been officially handed over to the Macau Special Administrative Region

Environment | Christiana Figueres to deliver keynote speech at MIECF

Christiana Figueres, an expert on global climate change, will be the keynote speaker of the “Green Forum” at the 2018 Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum and Exhibition

Environment | DSAT: All casino shuttle buses to go clean by 2023

The government intends that Macau’s entire fleet of casino shuttle buses will run on clean energy by 2023, the Director of the Transport Bureau (DSAT),

Briefs | Edmund Ho re-elected vice-chairman

Over 100 Macau postcards exhibited in Lisbon The exhibition “Memories of Moments - Macau and Lusophone African and Asian Regions in Photograph Postcards”, organized by the Archives

Photo Macau aims to strengthen city’s cultural role

Photo Macau is set to hold its first exhibition of digital art – focusing on moving image and print – between March 24 and 26. The exhibition

Disability employment pension deemed unattractive

Local residents with disabilities have shown little interest in the government’s Employment Incentive Program for Disability Pension Beneficiaries. A total of seven people participated

Circus adaptation of Bosch’s surreal art to show Sunday

A circus adaptation of the surreal works of pioneer painter Hieronymus Bosch is to be staged Sunday at the Macau Cultural Center, combining impressive feats of physical

New Macau says heritage protection consultation lacks in detail

The New Macau Association (ANM) presented its opinion about the on-going public consultation of the Safeguard and Management Plan of the Historic Center of Macau yesterday during

Education | 80pct of MUST graduates choose employment over further education

EIGHTY percent of the graduating students from the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) choose employment instead of pursuing further education degrees, MUST’s president

Gov’t hints at national security law amendment

The Office of the Secretary for Security has declared that the Macau’s national security law needs amendment to bring it in line with the latest developments

Youth optimistic about mainland prospects

The latest survey conducted by the Macao Youth Federation on the opinions of Macau youth shows that nearly 70 percent of interviewees consider the mainland’s employment

Regular air route to Moscow to launch in May

A regular air route between Macau and the capital of Russia is scheduled to commence from May 10, the Civil Aviation Authority of Macau (AACM) said, making it

Benfica Macau wins in North Korea

Benfica Macau won the second match of the AFC Cup securing a 3-2 away win against DPR Korea’s Hwaepul SC at Kim Il Sung Stadium. Benfica

Fabled comic book hero Michel Vaillant returns to Macau

The fabled comic book hero Michel Vaillant is set to return to Macau for the new episode of his racing adventures. The book cover was presented

Cleaning inspection on Coloane beaches continues

The Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) announced yesterday that the black oily substance on the Hac Sa and Cheoc Van beaches is subsiding, but a cleaning inspection

Wynn Resorts drops claims against Okada

Wynn Resorts has dropped all claims against co-founder Kazuo Okada, a Japanese business tycoon the company had accused of paying bribes to Philippine government officials.

WeChat dominates region’s mobile app usage

The latest survey published by the Macao Internet Project and several other organizations shows that WeChat has become Macau’s most used mobile application. The

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