Gov’t consults public on affordable housing law amendment

The consultation document consists of two parts. The first focuses on the overall direction of the affordable and social housing, while the second is about the partial amendment of the

European Trade Centre in Tianjin looking for investors in Macau

The European Trade Centre (ETC) project, which is currently under development in the Chinese city of Tianjin, was recently unveiled in Macau, with its representatives emphasizing the business opportunities for

Prison suffers from shortage of hands

Macau Prison (EPM) director Lee Kam Cheong claimed that they have always faced a shortage of hands. It plans to hire more than 70 people to fill the various vacancies.

Facebook vigilante group shames appalling taxi drivers

When people talk about the taxi service in Macau, many will share stories of their being scammed by dodgy drivers. On Facebook, a group called “Macau Taxi Driver Shame”, created

Macau and HK strengthening cooperation on food safety

The two SARs gathered last weekend in Macau for the 7th Hong Kong Macau Cooperation High Level Meeting, in which they discussed issues of mutual interest, promising to enhance cooperation

TAM: MSAR determined to help raise financial safety of Asia-Pacific region

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Mr Francis Tam, has assured that Macau will reinforce its efforts in contributing to the Asia-Pacific region’s financial safety. Addressing the audience of the 17th

Macau Conscience urges TDM to investigate former news director

Yesterday, Jason Chao and other members of Macau Conscience handed in a petition letter at TDM headquarters, urging the broadcaster to open an internal investigation and to suspend the former

COOPERATION | Macau to jointly develop Cuiheng New District

The local government and the Zhongshan Municipal People’s Government have reached an agreement following consultation to set forth the Framework Agreement on Cooperation in Construction of Cuiheng New District of

Journalists’ Association says scholars persecuted for political reasons

The association argues that there are still many questions that are yet to be answered. It is also concerned that if scholars are suppressed and sacked because of their speech,

Sistine Chapel Choir performs in Macau for the first time

According to a press release issued by the organizers, a Sistine Chapel Choir delegation made up of 70 members will visit Asia for the very first time in September. In

Boxers looking forward to returning to the ring tomorrow

Prominent fighters who will participate in tomorrow’s Champions of Gold, including Zou Shiming and his Colombian opponent Luis De La Rosa as well as two-time Cuban Olympic gold medalist Guillermo

Views on Macau: Macau Raises Its Political Voice

The Editorial Board, The New York Times Democratic activists in Macau, a Chinese territory, are planning an unofficial referendum next month about holding direct elections for its chief executive. Beijing says Macau

Volleyball World Grand Prix takes place between Aug 15 and 17

A sponsorship agreement with Galaxy Entertainment Group was signed yesterday, which was witnessed by the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture. The Sport Development Board (ID) acting Director, Pun Weng Kun,

HK concludes investigation into 2010 helicopter accident

The Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong (HKCAD) has published the final investigation report on an accident involving a Macau-registered helicopter, which took place in the Hong Kong harbor in

Local students travel to Australia to improve English

The painter Luís Luciano Demée has passed away in Portugal, aged 85. His funeral was held yesterday in the city of Oporto. Demée started as an apprentice of the Russian

Health Bureau denies CE wife interfered in public tender

A man who called TDM Radio Chinese two days ago claimed that the Chief Executive Chui Sai On’s wife had intervened in a Health Bureau (SSM)’s public tendering process when

AL committee suggests major changes to minimum wage bill

The Legislative Assembly’s 3rd Standing Committee - currently discussing the bill setting a minimum wage for cleaning and security personnel - will be suggesting substantial changes to the diploma, in order to

TUI rejects appeal filed by Portuguese civil servants seeking residency subsidy

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has rejected the last attempt of a group of 27 Portuguese civil servants in seeking the right to a residency subsidy from the Macau

Arum: Pacquiao in Macau ‘it’s almost like fighting at home’

Manny Pacquiao is likely to fight at least once a year in Macau for the rest of his career, revealed promoter Bob Arum. “It’s almost like fighting at home so

Gov’t reveals plans for LRT section facing Kun Iam Statue

Government officials disclosed two designs for the Avenida Dr Sun Yat-Sen section of the Light Rapid Transit (LRT), which will pass by the Kun Iam Statue. Apart from lowering the 100

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