US Navy says Iran fast-attack boats ‘harassed’ ship in Strait of Hormuz

The U.S. Navy said yesterday its sailors and the United Kingdom Royal Navy came to the aid of a ship in the crucial Strait of Hormuz

1944 D-Day marks start of Europe invasion

Thousands of Allied troops have begun landing on the beaches of Normandy in northern France at the start of a major offensive against the Germans.

Racist abuse of Vinícius Júnior highlights entrenched problem in football

Hanging from a highway bridge in Madrid, an effigy of one of the world’s most famous Black soccer players stands as a graphic reminder of the racism

Prince Harry a no-show on first day of court showdown with tabloid publisher

A broken thumb, a back injury, dabbling with drugs and dating girls. No event in the life of a young Prince Harry was too trivial or private for

Russia says Ukraine is launching major attacks; Kyiv accuses Moscow of misinformation

Ukrainian forces were making a major effort to punch through Russian defensive lines in southeast Ukraine for a second day, a Moscow-installed official said yesterday as Russia’s Defense

Critical to de-risk with deeds not words

According to a statement issued by the US State Department on Saturday, US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel J. Kritenbrink is on

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 – edition no. 4260

* LRT | Future operations will not be directly awarded to MTR * Public works | Tire park project still causing controversy * Local woman was reported to have lost MOP320,000 after

Portuguese council worried about the long waiting list at Consulate

The Council of the Portuguese Communities (CCP) is concerned with the current situation at the Consulate-general of Portugal for Macau and Hong Kong, where people are

Held for 30 years, candlelight vigils remembering Tiananmen are not to return

Held for three decades, the candlelight vigils that aimed to shed light on the events that took place at Tiananmen Square in Beijing in what

Galaxy, MGM set sights on IR in Thailand

Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd. and MGM Resorts International are seeking to get a head start by considering the potential of opening casino resorts in Thailand, Bloomberg reported.

Lawmaker calls for gov’t to tighten noise controls

The city should see stricter control over domestic and low-frequency noises amid escalating complaints against noise pollution, lawmaker Ron Lam has said in his latest

Near 40 deals closed at infrastructure forum

In an infrastructure forum and expo held over the weekend, 39 cooperation agreements were signed, double that of last year, the Macao Trade and Investment

CIA Director Burns met Chinese officials in Beijing as Washington tries to thaw tensions

CIA Director William Burns went to Beijing in May to meet with Chinese counterparts, a U.S. official said last week, in what is the highest level

Number of blue card-holders rebounding

The city saw an additional 3,554 non-resident workers in April, according to data from the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL), totaling 158,202 blue card-holders in the SAR. Numbers have

Post offices in northern district to merge

The Mong Ha Post Office and the Hac Sa Wan Post Office will merge offices in Mong Ha Social Housing Building from June 19. The Macau Post and

Tourism roadshow kicks off in Thailand

In order to attract more international tourists to Macau, the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has kicked off its “Experience Macau, Unlimited” mega roadshow in Bangkok, Thailand, on

CE expresses congratulations on the return of Shenzhou 15 spacecraft

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has expressed his congratulations in a letter to mark the return of the Central People’s Government Shenzhou 15 spacecraft to Earth,

ID highlights 2018 sports science forum to illustrate Macau-Portugal collaboration

In 2018, the Sports Bureau (ID) hosted a forum on sports science that featured experts from Beijing and Lisbon in an example of Macau-Portugal cooperation

DSAL receives over 2,000 employer subsidy applications

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) has received a total of 2,029 applications for the temporary subsidy plan for eligible employers who hire unemployed local residents. 1,166 have been approved so

Dragon boat races to see participants from Philippines, mainland

The upcoming dragon boat race will see participating teams take part from the Philippines and the mainland, according to Sports Bureau president, Pun Weng Kun. According to Pun,

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