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Police probe 3 weekend deaths, 2 in Seac Pai Van

The police said in separate messages over the weekend that they are investigating three deaths. Two of the deaths occurred in Seac Pai Van.

11 May, 2020

#Video

Cigarette end possible cause of fire near Nam Van McDonalds

A cigarette end possibly caused a smoky fire close to the McDonalds in Nam Van on Sunday evening.

11 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Man dies checking friend’s air-conditioner

A man surnamed Binarao was found lying on the floor unconscious with a burnt wrist in a flat in Rua da Prainha where he was helping a friend check the air-conditioner.

11 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Credit card turnover, repayments fall in Q1

The total number of personal credit cards issued by banks in Macau continued to rise in the first quarter, but both credit card turnover and repayments recorded year-on-year declines.

10 May, 2020

#Economy

HK trade union urges easing of Macau, Guangdong border curbs

Hong Kong government urged to ease border restrictions with places such as Macau and Guangdong, in a bid to revive Hong Kong's economy and save jobs.

10 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Macau eases entry restrictions for non-resident workers from Zhuhai

The Macau government on Saturday eased COVID-19 entry restrictions for non-resident workers living in Zhuhai.

10 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

37 schoolgirls say man sexually harassed them

A total of 37 schoolgirls have complained about a man who sexually harassed them outside their school.

9 May, 2020

#Crime

Volleyball Nations League 2020 axed due to COVID-19

In response to the latest development of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) has cancelled the Volleyball Nations League (VNL) 2020.

9 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Government ‘deauthorises’ June 4 exhibition

Macau's Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has withdrawn its authorisation for an open-air roving photo exhibition about the so-called June 4 incident by the non-establishment Democratic Development Union in various public spaces.

9 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Nucleic acid test extended to locals who need to cross Macau-Zhuhai checkpoints

Nucleic acid testing for Macau-Zhuhai cross-border commuters, which started on Thursday, will be extended from today to other Macau residents who need to cross the Macau-Zhuhai border checkpoints but do not hold a Zhuhai residence permit.

8 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

MOP 295 million spent with consumer cards in first 5 days

Local residents have in the five days, since they were valid, spent MOP 295 million on goods and services with their government-issued consumption subsidy smartcards.

8 May, 2020

#Economy

Man nabbed for offering to sell consumption subsidy card

A 36-year-old jobless local man who offered to sell his government-issued consumption subsidy smartcard through a social media chat group, was arrested on Wednesday.

8 May, 2020

#Crime

IAM follows up on case of soya milk recalled by HK firm

A soya milk product batch may have quality issues, and its manufacturer in Hong Kong is recalling the particular batch.

8 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Wynn Macau reports US$154 million net loss in Q1

Wynn Macau reported today a net loss of US$154.1 million (MOP 1.23  billion) in the first quarter. 

7 May, 2020

#Gaming

Macau businesswoman’s foundation donates ventilators to Portugal, vows to invest in the country

Macau businesswoman and president of the International Cultural Club of Portugal (ICCP), Emily Kuo Vong, has donated medical supplies to Portugal's Health Service (SNS) to assist the country in its effort to deal with COVID-19.

7 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Macau halts consideration for tourist tax imposition

The Macau government decided to bring an end to its consideration of the possibility of tourist tax imposition, according to a Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) statement today.

7 May, 2020

#Tourism

Government aims for LRT Hengqin section project to start this year

The local government aims for a Light Rail Transit (LRT) section connecting Macau’s Cotai and Zhuhai’s Hengqin Island to get off the ground this year.

7 May, 2020

#Politics

Macau-Zhuhai cross-border commuters to be tested for COVID-19 in Macau

Macau-Zhuhai cross-border commuters will undergo nucleic acid testing (NAT) for COVID-19 in Macau from today.

7 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Jellyfish found at Coloane beaches, government urges public not to swim

Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) officials recently found jellyfish at Hac Sa and Cheoc Van beaches during their patrols.

7 May, 2020

#Social Affairs

Bishop removes priest from centre for Filipinos

Macau Catholic Diocese Bishop Stephen Lee Bun Sang announced on Wednesday the removal of a cleric from the Diocesan Catholic Pastoral Centre for Filipino Migrants with immediate effect.

7 May, 2020

#Social Affairs