The Moreira Project wins Cotai Jazz & Blues competition

Led by Mozambican saxophonist Moreira Chongica, The Moreira Project is comprised of musicians from South and Southern Africa. According to the event’s organizers, their style mixes urban modern and funky

CRIME | HK teenager alleged of drug possession

Public Security Police (PSP) has detained a teenager from Hong Kong who allegedly possessed 38 capsules of cocaine. PSP officers were reportedly conducting random vehicle inspections on Avenida Dr Rodrigo Rodrigues

The Buzz | Local woman contracts dengue fever in Guangzhou

A 47-year-old local woman has contracted dengue fever while visiting her relatives in Guangzhou city. According to the Health Bureau, this is another case of imported dengue fever. The woman

Gov’t urges Sin Fong Garden owners to reach consensus

In a statement issued last week, the government recalled that proprietors need to reach an agreement on the type of reconstruction they would prefer. Moreover, they urged Sin Fong residents

Report: US should urge local officials to implement universal suffrage

In its annual report published last week, the Commission said that it observed no progress regarding the UN Human Rights Committee’s 2013 recommendations that Macau should “set timelines for the

Local and foreign scholars discuss public management in Macau

Alongside local scholars, the experts will be providing insights on how to better administrate government services. The deputy director of the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP), Kou Peng Kuan,

Hundreds participate in CEM fun fair

The Times spoke to two students from Escola Secundária Pui Ching, Miss Chou and Miss Wong, who were responsible for running a game booth. They said that they have learnt

SAFP: recruitment process for legal officers ‘is just’

The deputy director of the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP), Mr Kou Peng Kuan, has assured that the government recruitment exam for legal officers was conducted in an

Infiniti Q50 launched in Macau

Mr Wilson Mok, general manager of Xin Kang Cheng Motors Limited, has said that the timing of the launch marks the moment of Infiniti formally being introduced and sold in

Last Macau governor wary of ‘Occupy Central’ movement

The last governor of Macau, General Rocha Vieira, has expressed concerns about the ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong and the effects of the Occupy Central movement upon neighboring regions. “Political stability

Francis Tam meets leading Yunan Province official

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Francis Tam, met with the Executive Vice Governor of Yunan Province Li Jiang during the 10th Pan-Pearl River Delta Regional Co-operation and Development Forum

Ringworm in Cats and Dogs

Pet ringworm is a fungal infection that can affect both cats and dogs as well as other small animals. The most common cause of ringworm is the infection with Microsporum canis, Microsporum gypseum or Trichophyton mentagrophytes. Ringworm is highly

Venetian kicks off Cotai Jazz Festival | Let the good times roll

Music flooded Venetian Macau’s lagoon area yesterday following the start of the Cotai Jazz & Blues Festival 2014. The four-day free event features world-renowned jazz musicians and 12 teams of jazz

Environment Experts call for green roofs

The Macau Association for Ecological Study has said that Macau should introduce green roofs in order to increase the green areas in the city. Kou Lot Fu, president of the association,

Galaxy Macau unveils Jaguar F-Type S Coupé

The supercharged 380hp sports car is able to reach 100kmph from a standstill in just 4.9 seconds, said the Executive Director of Jaguar Macau, Mr Daniel Cheng. According to the

Casino revenue may continue to decline in October

Macau gaming stocks look cheap, but they’re going to remain so because the anti-corruption measures in China have affected consumption,” Kelvin Tay, Singapore-based chief investment officer for Southern Asia-Pacific at

Special Educational Needs | DSEJ predicts short supply in mainstreaming vacancies

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) has estimated that there will be a shortage of mainstreaming places in local secondary schools for students with special educational needs (SENs), especially

Leong Veng Chai warns gov’t of residents’ complaints in Seac Pai Van

Leong Veng Chai added that shop owners have also raised concerns regarding the number of residents living in the residential area, since the occupancy rate is still “low.” “Shop owners

Commercial Code | Gov’t launches public consultation looking to abolish bearer shares

Macau’s Commercial Code allows joint-stock corporations to issue bearer shares, if such a rule is included in the company’s by-laws. As a type of transferable security, a bearer share is

CCAC finds public servant forged promotion document

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has unveiled a case of alleged document forgery involving a public servant. The suspect, who had previously attended a departmental promotion examination, altered the answers

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