Briefs | Macau records MOP659b in financial reserves

  As of June this year, the city has recorded a total of MOP658.9 billion in financial reserves. Of this sum, the city has MOP309 billion in deposits and current accounts.

Briefs | Gov’t sweeps away illegal rooftop structures

  The government has resumed a cross-departmental operation to dismantle illegal rooftop structures. During a recent operation, three structures, located on Rua das Estalagens and Rua de Nossa Senhora do Amparo,

Briefs | ‘Golden ring’ on health code for fully vaccinated individuals

  Individuals who are fully inoculated with the Covid-19 vaccine, regardless of the brand name or type, will receive a “golden ring” – as the health authorities refer to it –

Briefs | Group calls on gov’t to address Taipa falling window problem

  Nova Garden in Taipa has recorded two falling windows in the past week, posing significant risk to pedestrians in the area, a traditional residential neighborhood with regular foot traffic during

Briefs | One-third more suspicious transactions recorded in h1

  The Financial Intelligence Office received 1,288 Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs) during the first half of 2021, an increase of 36% compared with the same period in 2020. The change was

Briefs | Toxin found in locally-made raw dumplings

  Borax, which is a banned material in the preparation of food and food products, was found in the test samples of raw wonton and seasoned shrimps made by local eatery

Briefs | Gov’t to merge card pack into unified app next month

  The government has announced that, next month, it will consolidate 12 cards related to local residents into the one-stop government app — the first phase of planned consolidations. These cards

Briefs | Gov’t to ‘spare no effort’to fulfill Xi’s aspirations

  The Chief Executive. Ho Iat Seng, said the government would spare no effort in realising aspirations outlined by General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China

Briefs | Lawmaker suggests ID, Macau Pass as substitutes for Health Code

  Lawmaker Agnes Lam, taking cues from mainland China, suggests that the government allows the use of Macau ID cards or Macau Pass cards to replace the Health Code for individuals

Briefs | Scoot’s mismanagement upsets returning passengers

  Sara Ng, manager of local travel agency Sincerity travel, told the Times yesterday that Scoot Airlines has been constantly changing the flight schedules to Macau. These flights, part of a

Briefs | Tuen Ng rice dumplings pass gov’t hygiene check

  The Municipal Affairs Bureau and the Consumer Council have performed joint inspections on Dragon Boat Festival rice dumplings sold in local restaurants, bakeries and retailers. All 30 samples yielded satisfactory

Briefs | Electric motorbike battery cabinet rolls out in 3 gov’t parking lots

  The Transport Bureau has permitted battery exchange facilities for a brand of electric motorbike to be placed at three local parking lots within the designated area for motorbikes. The parking

Briefs | Gov’t card to be digitized, gathered on unified app

  The government has plans to launch a card section in its central service app, which will include some of the most popular government-issued cards, featuring the healthcare “Gold Card”, the

Briefs | Eight nomination lists received so far

  The Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission announced that it has so far received eight nomination lists for the September 12 Election, of which three have been verified and confirmed. For

Briefs | 2nd-level Covid-19 close contact from Guangzhou quarantined in Macau

  The Macau Health Bureau has been notified by the Guangdong Health Commission that a second-level close contact of a Covid-19 positive case from Guangzhou, Guangdong, has entered Macau. The local

Briefs | Security secretary admits Health Code hack investigation ‘difficult’

  While discussing the cyberattack on the Macau Health Code, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak admitted yesterday that the investigation is facing difficulties, as most attacks were conducted using foreign

Briefs | LRT company reports train failure resulting in several delays

  The Macau Light Rapid Transit (LRT) issued a warning on their website around 10 a.m. yesterday, reporting a failure on one of the trains en route from Lotus Checkpoint to

Briefs | Nanjing-Macau business matching attracts over 90 firms

  The “Nanjing-Macau Business Matching Session” has attracted over 90 enterprises, an increase of 5% compared to the recent business matching session in Hangzhou. The session is part of the five-day

Briefs | Real estate transactions at MOP10.52b

  A total of 1,987 building units and parking spaces were bought and sold in the first quarter of 2021 according to Stamp Duty records, and the total value of the

Briefs | Finance official visits Nanjing TCM research facilities

  Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong led a delegation to visit a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) research facility in Nanjing, where the “Macao Week in Jiangsu” promotional roadshow

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