BRIEFS: Cape Verdeans organize disaster relief event

The recently created Association for the Promotion of Cape Verdean Culture is today organizing a cultural event to show solidarity toward the residents of Ilha do Fogo, who were affected

BRIEFS: Sydney – Nagasaki cruise with free stays in Macau, Hong Kong

Overnight tourists to South China’s Hainan Province exceeded 40 million in 2014, up 10.6 percent, the local statistics bureau said this week. The total included 39.9 million tourists from other

BRIEFS: Visitor arrivals decrease by 1.8 pct

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) plans to launch bus-only lanes during peak hours along the Inner Harbor route connecting the A Ma Temple and the Border Gate. Starting from August, the

BRIEFS: Multi-million prostitution ring busted

The Judiciary Police (PJ) cracked a large prostitution syndicate based in a hotel in NAPE area yesterday. Six local suspects were arrested and 96 women involved in prostitution were taken

BRIEFS: UM security caught stealing from students

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has detained a security guard working at the University of Macau (UM) Hengqin campus who allegedly used a master keycard to enter students’ rooms and steal

Briefs: Visitors entry increases by 8 pct over Christmas

Immigration authorities recorded a total of 3.95 million people who crossed the seven immigration checkpoints of Macau during the Christmas holiday period - between December 20 and 28 - with

BRIEFS: Turtle heat lamp causes balcony fire

A 12-year-old girl managed to escape from her apartment on Monday after its balcony caught fire. Information suggests that the incident took place at about 12:10 p.m. It took the

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