Court sentences opposition lawmaker to two years in prison for defaming the monarchy

A Thai court yesterday sentenced a lawmaker from a progressive opposition party to two years in prison after finding her guilty of defaming the monarchy in a speech

1951 Glasgow powers up for the Festival

Her Royal Highness, Princess Elizabeth, has formally opened the Exhibition of Industrial Power in Glasgow, the latest show in the Festival of Britain. The exhibition tells

Europa League champion Atalanta beats Torino

Atalanta 3, Torino 0 Atalanta followed up its Europa League title with a 3-0 win over Torino in Serie A yesterday and ended Roma’s hopes

Ferrari’s Leclerc wins Monaco GP after 1st lap crash

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc won the restarted Monaco Grand Prix from pole this weekend for his first Formula 1 victory in nearly two years. Leclerc was

Poor neighborhood in Peru’s Amazon region hosts film fest for tropical forests

In the heart of Peru’s Amazon region, a poor neighborhood put aside the trials and tribulations of everyday life and celebrated an international film festival with

12 people injured after Qatar Airways plane hits turbulence on flight to Dublin

Twelve people were injured when a Qatar Airways plane flying from Doha to Dublin yesterday hit  Dublin Airport said in a statement that flight QR017, a

Goodwill should be turned into actions for trilateral cooperation and exchanges

Even those trying to sow discord among the three neighbors in recent years cannot deny the fruitful outcomes of the first Trilateral Summit Meeting of China, Japan and

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 – edition no. 4491

— Only one supermarket is keeping prices steady lately, according to official stats, while the most expensive basic goods baskets are sold in more affluent neighborhoods * Organized crime | Employees

UNODC calls to treat drug addiction as public health challenge, advocating a more efficient judicial system

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) believes that the local government must look to “always adopt a balanced approach in treating drug

New DSEDJ campsite at Cheoc Van ready this year

A new government facility dedicated to the younger generation, which includes a campsite and a youth activity center, will be ready before this year’s end, the Education

Economy rebound surpasses expectations as GDP rises 26% in Q1

Macau's economy has shown remarkable signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2024 as the gross domestic product (GDP) surged 25.7% year-on-year in real terms,

Longest intercity railway in Greater Bay Area put into operation

Two sections of railway in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area were put into operation yesterday, marking the opening of the longest intercity railway route in the

Officials monitor virus mutations as cases rise nearby

The Health Bureau (SSM) is closely watching the mutations of influenza viruses and new coronaviruses due to a rise in cases in neighboring regions. Officials

Chinese and Japanese leaders arrive in South Korea for their first trilateral meeting since 2019

Leaders of China and Japan arrived in Seoul to meet separately with South Korea’s president yesterday, a day before they gather for their first trilateral meeting in

Elderly man living alone found dead in apartment

Police received a fire notification yesterday after a male body was found in an apartment unit in Fai Chi Kei. Officers who responded found no suspicious injuries on

Lawmaker calls for improved medical access for accident victims

Lawmaker Ron Lam is calling on authorities to improve mechanisms for road accident victims to access medical treatment. In a written statement to the government, Lam cited examples

Flooding and heavy raining possible as low-pressure system develops

Heavy rains and possible flash flooding are in the forecast for Macau starting today as a developing low-pressure system moves into the region, according to the Meteorological and

80% turnout in civil servants exam

Over 11,000 candidates sat for Macau’s comprehensive competency assessment exam yesterday, with the of Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau reporting an 80% turnout of the 14,030 registered.

Macau, Guangxi sign agreements for comprehensive cooperation

Government departments and universities of Macau and Guangxi signed seven cooperation deals covering economy, trade, culture, tourism, environmental protection, and traditional Chinese medicine late last week. Addressing the

BEYOND Expo 2024 features cutting-edge technologies

The BEYOND Expo 2024 was held in Macau from Wednesday through Saturday last week, showcasing cutting-edge technologies while attracting over 1,000 companies to participate. The expo, with the

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