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Sunday, July 23, 2017
Chief Executive (CE) Fernando Chui Sai On paid an inspection visit to waters and passages surrounding Macau and listened to the reports on ‘customary waters’ preparation work progress. The local government officially submitted its request for the administrative rights...
The University of Macau (UM) and the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) have signed a memorandum of understanding to ‘encourage contact and co-operation between faculty members, departments, and research institutions,’ a statement from the University of Macau reads. In...
Secretary Chan Hoi Fan says the government has taken back the bill from the legislative body as it wants to prepare more grounds for future mutual extradition treaties with Hong Kong and the Mainland.
The Police Security Force (PSP) has announced that a total of 13 local associations staged protests on Labour Day, adding that total participation comprised 1,800 individuals and 47 vehicles. Police say they dispatched 180 officers to maintain order as protesters...
The chickens are coming home to roost. And accountability is in the air. The CE is mulling the drafting of a law enabling the Legislative Assembly to monitor mega infrastructure projects, citing the example of Hong Kong.
At least 50 plots of undeveloped land in Macau approaching concession deadlines starting from next year may meet the same fate as the Pearl Horizon developer, a scenario sending negative signals to investors’ confidence in the property build market here, say trade representatives
Minister of State and head of the Angolan President’s Security House opens a consultancy firm in Macau considered by website makaangola.org as ‘unconstitutional’
Lawmakers Ng Kuok Cheong and Au Kam San are again leading two different electoral lists and have submitted their nominations
The proposed ban on displaying tobacco products will only further threaten the survival of tobacco product retailers here, they tell the Legislative Assembly
The new Land Law has been in effect for two years now and, according to the law, the base number for the calculation of land premiums is up for review every two years. Chief Executive Chui Sai On said yesterday...
In a press conference focused on the summary of 2015/2016 Legislative Assembly work, the Macau Civil Servants Association (ATFPM) defended the non-renewal of work permits for non-residents in integrated resorts management positions.
The Electoral Commission for the Legislative Assembly election said yesterday that the local press is responsible for erasing or shutting down illegal comments or discussions on their social platforms during the course of the election. Meeting local media outlet representatives...
The regional rail network – and co-operation - is building up fast. The Jiangmen intercity link will mean the journey from Macau will take just 30 minutes.
In the 16-year history of the Special Administrative Region, the MSAR’s two Chief Executives have combined, made four trips to Portugal and one trip each to Brazil and Mozambique. As such, several representatives of other Portuguese-speaking countries have lamented...
It’s long been awaited. The 24-hour border crossing is operational tonight. With all relevant arrangements in place for the three checkpoints connecting Macau and Zhuhai.
The Commission Against Corruption has started an investigation according to the Chief Executive’s instruction into the 16 plots of land that the government intended to repossess but ‘let go’
The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) registered a fall in the applications for temporary residency from both the category of ‘managerial personnel, technical and professional qualification holders’ and those planning making major investments here last year. The Institute...
The new deputy director of the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL), Chan Un Tong, has been appointed by the Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong, according to a dispatch by the Secretary’s office, published in the Official Gazette yesterday....
They complain that authorities have intentionally neutralised their demonstration plans on the handover anniversary because of President Xi’s visit. Now the group say they are tempted to organise some ‘unexpected’ activities forced by the ‘intended’ delay
Moves that include other high demand imported goods like accessories and clothes are likely to have an impact on illegal trade between the Mainland and Macau and Hong Kong
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