Developer admits moving reportedly stolen God of Land statue

A local real estate developer declared that the missing God of Land statue from the Beco Central was not stolen, as indicated before by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), but

WTCC not to return to Macau next year

The championship will only visit China on September 27 at the Shanghai International Circuit. The season finale is taking place on November 22, as WTCC’s first night race at Losail,

BRIEFS: Macau airport passenger growth

Over 450,000 passengers used the Macau International Airport (MIA) in November, representing an increase of 9.5 percent year-on-year. Aircraft movements reached over 4,600 in November, representing an 11.5 increase from

CCAC report labels Cable TV, public antenna companies agreement ‘a sham’

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) 2013 Annual Report published yesterday has documented the administrative irregularities of several government departments that the Commission has investigated. It has labeled the previous agreement

Commission ‘feeble’ when handling complaints

In the forward of the CCAC Annual Report, Commissioner Fong Man Chong has said that many of the issues in government departments that were discovered by the Commission have yet

Christmas charity bazaar raises MOP62,500

MdME and Portuguese law firm to launch information guide

Local law firm MdME and Portuguese legal practice MLGTS have joined forces to launch a guide for Portuguese nationals living in or willing to move to Macau, Angola or Mozambique,

Toyota recalls cars in Japan, China for air bags

Toyota is recalling 185,000 vehicles in Japan and 5,000 in China for a possibly defective air bag supplied by Takata, the Japanese manufacturer at the center of an unfolding safety scandal. Toyota Motor

Simon Fuller to brand it like Beckham in HK venture

The two British celebrities have agreed to set up a joint venture with Hong Kong-based Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. to develop David Beckham-branded consumer products globally, the company said

Corporate Bits | New Year’s Eve gala at the Venetian Macao

The gala theme is Light Up 2015 and guests will be asked to dress to the nines with an “Elegant” dress code to welcome 2015 in the best possible taste.

Real Estate Matters | Keeping the festive season fun and avoiding hazards at Christmas

One can’t help but get caught up in the excitement of the festive season and approach of Christmas. As we all focus on making our homes look lovely and spreading cheer,

Project Poker | Using WCOOP to practice for live tourneys

I am mainly a live player, or at least that's what I've become after having transitioned over the last few years into playing mostly live tournaments. I still play online

Fosun interested in buying Portugal’s Novo Banco bank

The Resolution Fund has started the process of selling Novo Banco, the bank that inherited the healthy assets of bailed-out bank Banco Espírito Santo, requesting expressions of interest by 31

China increases cultural presence in Cape Verde

The Confucius Institute will have a delegation at the University of Cape Verde and China will open a cultural centre in the archipelago in 2016, Cape Verde’s Foreign Minister, Jorge

Environmental filmmakers have rare impact

One clip shows a girl swatting flies from a younger child among piles of trash. Another has children blowing up used medical gloves like balloons. The footage is on the computer

Mainland celebrates constitutional rights citizens are arrested for

Students in more than 400,000 schools across China recited the country’s 135-article constitution yesterday in a national celebration of the document that enshrines one-party rule as well as a series

Hong Kong | Student leaders mull protest retreat

Hong Kong student leaders said yesterday they’re considering retreating from protest sites on city streets after more than two months in the latest sign that momentum is fading in their

Beijing to end prisoner organ transplants on Jan. 1

China says it will cease transplanting organs taken from executed prisoners on Jan. 1 in response to human rights concerns, although uncertainties linger over where a replacement supply will come from,

Philippines | Approaching storm brings back nightmare of Haiyan

Villagers fled coastal homes and sparked panic-buying in grocery stores and gas stations in the central Philippines yesterday as an approaching powerful storm brought back nightmares of last year’s deadly onslaught from

THAILAND | Myanmar migrants charged in British tourist deaths

The attorney general’s office presented the case to the court on the nearby island of Samui, and court officials said the two indicted men will attend a session on Monday

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