Social Affairs

2 Macau women die after car, bus collide in Australia

Two women from Macau were killed and another from Macau was seriously injured following a vehicular collision.

17 Sep, 2019

MUST makes world ranking debut, overtaking UM

The Macau University of Science and Technology has made the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for the first time, becoming the top-rated university in Macau.

13 Sep, 2019

Schools to face mandatory suspension under new rainstorm warning

Schools will be mandatorily suspended when the new Level 3 rainstorm warning is put into effect.

13 Sep, 2019

GP Committee says circuit to get upgrades, extra safety measures

The Guia Circuit will be upgraded and additional safety measures will be installed for this year’s Grand Prix.

13 Sep, 2019

Mainland becomes pupils’ 1st choice for higher education: survey

Survey shows about 40% of local senior high school pupils chose to study at the mainland's universities for higher education.

12 Sep, 2019

Plastic carrier bags to cost 1 pataca: gazette

Retail outlets must charge customers one pataca for each bag from November 18 onwards.

10 Sep, 2019

UM drafting ‘smart mobility’ plan to tackle traffic woes

AI and big data can help transform Macau into a smart city.

10 Sep, 2019

UM receives record number of applications

From increased international reputation and quality, the University of Macau is attracting a rising number of students from around the world.

9 Sep, 2019

Leong vows to lift PPRD cooperation to ‘new level’

Macau will strengthen cooperation with Pan-Pearl River Delta provinces and regions to benefit together from GBA opportunities.

9 Sep, 2019

Taxi group applies for fare hike, wants 22 patacas for flag fall

The Macau Taxi Association has applied to the government for a fare hike.

9 Sep, 2019

Government urges teachers not to promote their own political views in classrooms

Local teachers urged not to promote their own political views in classrooms.

6 Sep, 2019

Less than 30% of local pupils interested in GBA plan: survey

Less than 30 per cent of local pupils are interested in the GBA Outline Development Plan.

6 Sep, 2019

MUST partners with Harvard Medical School to provide students with online education courses

The Macau University of Science and Technology has partnered with Harvard Medical School to provide students with online medical courses for the next three years.

6 Sep, 2019

SAFP director denies audit report’s accusation

The director of the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau has denied an accusation in the Commission of Audit’s recent report that his bureau lacks “thinking in big-picture terms.”

5 Sep, 2019

15th imported dengue case confirmed this year: government

This year’s 15th imported case of dengue fever confirmed.

5 Sep, 2019

Rosário reassures public over Taipa-Barra LRT safety concerns

Rosário promises that the Light Rail Transit Taipa-Barra section project will not affect the Sai Van Bridge structure.

2 Sep, 2019

PLA garrison completes 20th troop rotation

The local People’s Liberation Army garrison completed its routine annual rotation early Thursday morning.

30 Aug, 2019

100 CCTV cameras will have facial & vehicle number plate recognition next year: police

Cameras equipped with facial recognition technology and automatic number-plate recognition technology will be on trial basis in next year's first quarter.

29 Aug, 2019

Macau aims to complete 5G base stations in 2020

The government is trying to complete the city’s 5G base stations next year.

29 Aug, 2019

Locals’ jobless rate stays at 2.4%

Local residents’ unemployment rate remained unchanged year-on-year at 2.4% in the May-July survey period.

28 Aug, 2019