Briefs | 81 new CCTVs at Hengqin Port

  Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has mandated the Judiciary Police (PJ) start employing a total of 81 new video surveillance cameras, also known as CCTV, at departure and entry

Briefs | Decoration of Lusophone complex’s exhibition hall to start Q3

  Decoration work on the exhibition hall of the China-Lusophone Countries Trade Cooperation Service Platform Complex, located on the underground level of the building, is expected to start in the third

Briefs | SMG forecasts ‘very hot’ weather today

  The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) warned that it is expected to be “very hot” in the city today, and that the maximum temperature will be 33 degrees Celsius or

Briefs | Zone D, Zone A waterway to remain

  New Urban Zone D will be reclaimed, despite a lack of sand needed for the project. In the concluding report of the Master Urban Plan Public Consultation, 34 and 29

Briefs | CPA code to take effect in August

  The Code of Ethics of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) will take effect this coming August. The document stipulates that the aim of CPAs is to defend the public interest and

Briefs | Tourism association calls for more seats in helicopter, ferry tours

  Leng Sai Vai, director-general of the Association of Federation of the Industry and Commerce of Macau Tourism, said that he sees greater potential in the local tour initiatives because of

Briefs | Gov’t to introduce elderly e-card

  The face of the Elderly Card has been updated and renewal should roll out soon. The government is about to introduce an electronic version of the card, stressing that the

Briefs | New Hengqin hotline handles consumer issues for Macau residents

  The Consumer Association of the Hengqin New District of Zhuhai City has launched a new hotline to provide free-of-charge legal advice for Macau residents who have consumer rights issues in

Briefs | Craft market starts this weekend

  The Tap Seac Craft Market will be held at Tap Seac Square for two consecutive weekends, from Friday to Sunday, April 16 to 18 and from April 23 to 25.

Briefs | 49th Covid-19 case recorded

  A local resident who arrived in Macau yesterday via Taiwan is the city’s 49th case, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced last night. The 23-year-old male resident flew

Briefs | Health Bureau to retain essential services during Easter holiday

  During the Easter holiday between April 2 and 6, the Health Bureau will retain regular services at the A&E Department, as well as regular Covid-19 vaccination services at the government

Briefs | 2.2 million red packets collected

  Throughout their red package recycling campaign, the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) collected nearly 2.2 million Chinese New Year red packets, weighing over 6.48 tonnes. Of the packets collected, roughly 410,000

Over 36,000 receive Covid-19 jab

  A total of 75,587 people have made appointments for the Covid-19 vaccination, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center announced. Of these, 36,459 vaccinations have been completed as of 4 p.m. yesterday. Since

Briefs | SSM: 4 Covid-19 antibody positive returnees in ‘good health condition’

  Four returnees, who flew from Europe via Taipei and tested positive for the Covid-19 antibody test upon arrival on March 14, have not displayed any symptoms. Three such cases were

Briefs | Woman allegedly steals HKD1M from sleeping acquaintance

  A woman who had overstayed her visa has been caught allegedly stealing HKD1.32 million from a man known to her at a casino while the man slept. The woman subsequently

Briefs | Nearly 31,000 receive Covid-19 jabs

  A total of of 67,665 people have made appointments for vaccinations against Covid-19, of which 30,913 people have received a dose of the vaccine as of 4 p.m. yesterday, the

Briefs | 9 Immunization Incidents reported within 24 hours

  Between 4 p.m. on March 12 and 4 p.m. on March 13, nine adverse events following immunization (AEFI) for the Covid-19 vaccine have been recorded by the Health Bureau, with

Briefs | PJ warns of fake TDM hiring information

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) has recently received reports on fake recruitment by an entity pretending to be the local broadcaster TDM. A mainland resident has been “employed” by an entity

Briefs | IFT, IPM increase tuition fees

  Local students are now required to pay MOP30,000 in annual fees at the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT), MOP6,000 more than the fees currently. Students from the mainland, Hong Kong

Briefs | Police bust drug trafficking case using computer keyboard

  Following the receipt of intelligence, the Judiciary Police (PJ) has intercepted a syndicate that used a computer keyboard as a camouflage to traffic cocaine worth MOP35,000. The suspects – traffickers

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