Briefs | Weather, education bureaus to revive rainstorm warning

The Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) will revive the first three-tier rainstorm warning after its prior elimination in 2004. Before that, the warning had two tiers to indicate

Heritage | IC says United Nations did not object to Guia Hill building

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) told a press conference yesterday that it had explained to the United Nations about the height of the building being built

Guangzhou finding a sense of humor at ‘Watermelon’ club

If you think what the performers say is funny, laugh out loud; but if it sucks, just heckle them with your applause,” said a comedian surnamed

Macau | Court rules in favor of residence cancellation

Macau’s Court of Second Instance (TSI) has issued a ruling against the renewal of a Hong Kong woman’s local residential permit. She had come to Macau

Shenzhen | Six million blockchain invoices issued in past year

Approximately 6 million blockchain- based invoices have been issued in the past year since the first invoice was issued in the southern metropolis of Shenzhen, authorities

Crime | Elderly man stabbed at ATM for showing ‘bad attitude’

A local septuagenarian was stabbed and robbed at an automatic banking service point on Saturday evening, a Public Security Police Force (PSP) spokesperson revealed yesterday during

Junket operator Suncity Group denies investigation claims

Hong Kong-based Suncity Group has said neither it nor its majority owner and CEO have been notified of any investigation by authorities in Australia. In a

Briefs | Police notified as parents brawl at Camões Garden

The Mandarin-speaking parents of two different children fought each other at Camões Garden on Sunday, with police investigating the matter. According to witnesses, lots of children were running

Over 1,600 new companies established in second quarter

A total of 1,665 new companies were incorporated in the second quarter of 2019, a decrease of 55 year-on-year, according to a statement issued by the Statistics

Chui Sai On withdraws bills from legislature agenda

Chief Executive Chui Sai On announced yesterday the withdrawal of two bills from the Legislative Assembly (AL) agenda, one governing cybercrime and the other detailing the

Domestic loans record slight increase

Domestic loans to the private sector in June grew 1.6% from the preceding month to 514.9 billion patacas, according to data issued by the Monetary Authority

Legislative Assembly | Rosário outlines improvements to public works’ typhoon readiness

The local government is still waiting for a reply from the Hong-Kong- Zhuhai-Macau shuttle bus operator regarding the suspension of shuttle bus services when a typhoon

Employee receives no compensation after workplace injury

A former employee injured in a carwash accident has criticized the company involved for failing to provide him with compensation, after he suffered a head fracture in

Faked Macau media pass found in Hong Kong

An online video channel associated with the University of Hong Kong Students’ Union (HKUSU) posted an image of two media passes on its social media page yesterday, one

Electoral commission has no comment on one-man election

The Electoral Affairs Commission of the Chief Executive Election does not wish to comment on the city’s sole-candidate election, particularly regarding suggestions of establishing a

Ask the Vet | Are Cats Allergic to Humans?

Recent studies have found a link between cats allergic to human lifestyles and conditions such as asthma. Feline allergy manifests itself in itchy skin conditions, respiratory problems and asthmatic attacks. Feline

Civil Protection Law | ‘Devil is in the detail’ say bill’s critics

Democrat lawmaker Sulu Sou has reminded the public to keep an eye on the proposed Civil Protection Bill in general, and the controversial Article 25 - more

Sonia Chan defends legality of ‘extradition agreement’ with Portugal

The agreement between Macau and Portugal on the surrender of fugitive offenders is legal and was done according to international rules and principles concerning such issues,

Ruins of St. Paul’s closed tomorrow for maintenance

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will conduct weeding maintenance on the façade of the Ruins of St Paul’s and inspect the bronze statues of the façade from 7

Typhoon Wipha encroaches on Wushu Masters lineup

The Wushu Masters Challenge 2019, a four-day event that kicked-off on August 1 and that promised to bring the best

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