An 86-year-old local man died of Type A influenza associated with pneumonia on Monday – the first flu death confirmed in Macau this year.
9 Jan, 2019
The government says that it will launch a lung cancer screening programme for local residents later this year.
7 Jan, 2019
The Judiciary Police (PJ) said yesterday that small fires that broke out in four different areas at the Macau checkpoint building and cross-border bus stop for the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HZMB) were suspicious and would be investigated as suspected arson cases.
3 Jan, 2019
Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On Monday underlined the importance of patriotism and national security in his New Year’s address.
1 Jan, 2019
The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has decided to issue vehicle registration plates starting with “AA” after the vehicle registration plates starting with “MZ” have been used up.
31 Dec, 2018
Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) President Jose Tavares said he believed that the adoption for greyhounds left behind in the now defunct racetrack kennels could be completed in May next year.
28 Dec, 2018
A 24-hour supermarket in Macau was completely gutted by a fire in the early hours of Thursday, the Fire Services Bureau (CB) said.
28 Dec, 2018
Macau’s 2018 honours list released by the government yesterday includes a local business and community leader from Fujian, the bishop of the local Roman-Catholic diocese, the city’s best-selling Chinese-language daily and a former consul-general from Portugal in Macau.
20 Dec, 2018
The government has set up an interdepartmental working group for studying the possible criminalisation of the operation of illegal inns, the Secretariat for Administration and Justice (GSAJ).
19 Dec, 2018
The government has finished developing a system of unique accounts for residents – referring to a single account for a person combining various public services by various government entities – and will launch the system next month .
14 Dec, 2018
The Health Bureau (SSM) said Monday that it will launch a mobile application allowing residents to check their medical records stored by the public health sector.
11 Dec, 2018
Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) has launched legal procedures to fine the operator of the former greyhound racetrack for its abandonment of some 500 greyhounds and that it plans to fine the company 50,000 patacas for each abandoned dog.
10 Dec, 2018
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng said in the legislature’s hemicycle Tuesday that he agrees with the view raised in civil society that illegal inns should be criminalised – by amending the law on the illegal provision of accommodation services.
5 Dec, 2018
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng said in the legislature’s hemicycle Monday that the government plans to draft legislation on the implementation of a statutory ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages to young people.
4 Dec, 2018
The government has decided which four schools will relocate to the area earmarked for education facilities on the plot of land where the former greyhound racetrack is located, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng told lawmakers Monday.
4 Dec, 2018
The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) has launched a campaign with a string of different activities to reduce the use of plastic, such as less consumption of plastic bottles and other disposable plastic products.
3 Dec, 2018
A total of seven animal protection groups held a memorial service at Flora Garden on Saturday to commemorate Bobo, the city’s beloved Asiatic black bear that died on November 20.
3 Dec, 2018
The government’s decision to turn Bobo, the city’s beloved Asian black bear who died last Tuesday, into a specimen for display has angered many locals, with the Abandoned Animals Protect Association of Macau (AAPAM) starting a petition for people to sign this Saturday at Bobo’s former enclosure in Flora Garden.
28 Nov, 2018
The taxidermy of Bobo, Macau’s beloved Asian black bear that died last Tuesday, has already started and is slated to be completed within two weeks, Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) President Jose Tavares said on Saturday.
26 Nov, 2018
Plans proposed by the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) to preserve the body of Bobo, the city’s beloved Asiatic black bear who died on Tuesday morning, have drawn considerable controversy among the local public, with a poster saying no to taxidermy to “respect” the ursine circulating online.
22 Nov, 2018