National Security bill on the way to AL

The new National Security bill has passed the Executive Council’s (ExCo) preliminary procedures and analysis the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak, said Friday in the

Mainland runners once again top local marathon

Mainland runners swept the podiums in both male and female divisions at the 41st Macao International Marathon held yesterday morning. The mainland runners finished first, second

Latest outbreak brings total cases to 35

Health authorities announced four new Covid-19 cases yesterday, bringing the total number of cases to 35 in this latest outbreak. During this current outbreak, the government

Gov’t to observe silence for former president Jiang Zemin

The SAR government will participate in formal mourning at the memorial service for former president of the People’s Republic of China, Jiang Zemin, tomorrow. The

IC promotes migrant culture through music

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) is promoting a series of cultural and musical performances to explore and provide insight into Macau’s different cultures. Titled “Oriental

Light festival postponed to Dec. 9

“Light up Macao 2022”, organized by Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), has been rescheduled to begin on Dec. 9. The bureau will announce more details at a later

MIECF with a focus on gov’t policies, promotes EVs and eco-friendly tableware

This year’s Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum & Exhibition (MIECF), to take place this weekend from December 9 to 11, will be aligned with the most

Exhibition of quality consumption held for the first time

  An exhibition showcasing a wide range of fine products from hundreds of brands worldwide opened in the city Friday. A forum on global bay areas also

Two new Covid deaths as some restrictions eased

China yesterday reported two additional deaths from COVID-19 as some cities move cautiously to ease anti-pandemic restrictions following increasingly vocal public frustrations. The National

Tibetans in India support ‘zero Covid’ protesters

About 150 Tibetan exiles held up blank pieces of paper as they rallied in India’s capital last week to express solidarity with people in China protesting

Seoul arrests ex-top security official over border killing

South Korea’s former national security director was arrested this weekend over a suspected cover-up surrounding North Korea’s killing of a South Korean fisheries official near the rivals’

Russia rejects $60-a-barrel cap on its oil, warns of cutoffs

Russian authorities rejected a price cap on the country’s oil set by Ukraine’s Western supporters and threatened yesterday to stop supplying the nations that endorsed it.

1950 Pyongyang taken as UN retreats

Chinese troops have entered the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, as United Nations forces are pushed steadily back towards South Korea. The North Korean People’s Army (NKPA) invaded

Brazil waits on Neymar for South Korea last 16 match

Whether Neymar is in the lineup, on the bench or resting for a third consecutive game will depend on how he performs in Brazil’s last

South Africa win Dubai Sevens for fourth straight time

South Africa won the Dubai Sevens a fourth straight time after putting away Ireland 21-5 in the final this weekend. The South Africans dominated possession

US knocked out of WC, loses to the Netherlands

Netherlands 3, USA 1 Christian Pulisic covered his face as he walked off. Tyler Adams, Weston McKennie and Kellyn Acosta gathered for a group hug. Tim

What’s next for Australia after loss to Argentina, exit?

Argentina 2, Australia 1 Australia’s World Cup adventure came to an end against a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina. A 2-1 loss at the Ahmad Bin Ali

Downey Jr. on making one last film with his dad in ‘Sr.’

Robert Downey Jr. set out to make an objective portrait, a tribute to his father, the underground filmmaking maverick Robert Downey Sr. His dad had other

American Hess to buy $750 million in carbon credits from Guyana

U.S.-owned Hess Corporation, a consortium partner in Guyana’s offshore oil sector, has agreed to buy $750 million worth of carbon credits from the South American nation in the

Trapped in Macau

, Macau awarded “provisional licenses” to the six current casino operators.  These will allow them to continue to operate until they are awarded their official concessions in January.

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