Grand Prix ticket sales beat expectation

Mr Costa Antunes said that the earnings from ticket sales this year are already 20 percent higher than two years ago. However, he still cannot provide a final figure, since

Residents complain GP stand obstructing jogging path

Lam U Tou, a member of the government’s Central District Advisory Committee for Community Services, said that he has already written to the Grand Prix Committee. But the Committee only replied that

SOCIAL SECURITY | Gov’t wants later pension withdrawals

According to the Social Security Fund (FSS), about 40 percent of recipients who have withdrawn their pension in advance also have jobs. In response, it will retain the current scheme 

HKFS representative calls for contemplation on democracy

Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS) member Frank Chio, a Macau resident, spoke to the media on the sidelines of yesterday’s forum. He said that it will take a long

New Macau claims vested interests obstructing universal suffrage

Macau Association hosted a “New Macau Forum” on campus at the University of Macau Hengqin, to discuss the influence of Hong Kong’s Occupy movement on Macau, as well as future

BRIEFS: UM to confer five honorary doctorates

The University of Macau (UM) will be conferring honorary doctorates on five individuals who the university believes have accomplished outstanding achievements and made significant contributions to social development and education.

Local singers write boxing-themed song

No matter what profession you're in, life is like an arena where we should persist till the end,” said local singer Josie Ho when introducing a new inspirational song written

DSAT | explains how to use new ‘dial-a-cab’ service

“We called on people to pay attention to several phone numbers. The first are the two dial-a-cab numbers of the two black taxi associations. They are 2893 9939 and 2828

Leak shows scale of Luxembourg’s sweet tax deals

Documents leaked to a group of investigative reporters allegedly show that scores of major multinational companies have sweet deals with the government of Luxembourg that help them avoid taxes in

Lenovo slumps after projecting China ‘hypergrowth’ to end

The stock dropped 5.1 percent to HK$10.78 in Hong Kong, the biggest decline since Feb. 4. Revenue rose 7.2 percent in the three months ended September, the smallest increase since

Corporate Bits | Macau Eco Trailhiker 2014 tomorrow

Sands China Macau Eco TrailHiker 2014 is a large-scale group-hiking challenge event in Macau. Organized by Macau TrailHiker Ltd., the event has been title-sponsored by Sands China Ltd. for four

Real Estate Matters | The Best Places to Live in Macau (Part 1)

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor. Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties

PROJECT POKER : Once in a lifetime

The LAPT Brazil was a fantastic event. I had never experienced a tournament like this in Latin America and it broke the records for most entries and largest prize pool

Mozambique | Second bridge in Tete to be inaugurated

The new bridge over the Zambezi River, which connects the Mozambican city of Tete to the Moatize district, will be inaugurated on 12 November, a source from the provincial government

Digital television in Sao Tome and Principe launches next year

Frederico Umbelina noted that the project had the technical support of the General Regulatory Authority (Ager), the telecommunications regulator in the archipelago and funding from the World Bank and Turkey. The

Tanzania ivory smuggled on Xi state visit

Chinese officials and businesspeople used a state trip by President Xi Jinping and other high-level visits to smuggle ivory out of Tanzania, an environmental watchdog said in a report yesterday

Mainland factory whirs overtime to make Ebola suits

Far from the Ebola hot zone, the sewing and gluing machines at a factory in China have been whirring more than usual to produce crucial yellow suits that protect the front-line medics

Beijing wants APEC to push regional trade pact

The two-day meeting of 21 countries including the United States, Japan and South Korea is the first major international gathering in China since President Xi Jinping came to power. Starting Monday, the

Hong Kong | Democracy protesters clash with police

Pro-democracy protesters clashed with police in Hong Kong early yesterday for the first time in more than two weeks as pressure grows on demonstrators to abandon more than a month

New Zealand | AC/DC drummer accused of trying to arrange deaths 

The 60-year-old drummer for Australian rock band AC/DC whose hits include “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” was accused yesterday of trying to arrange two killings as well as possession of

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