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Reunification & development are ‘founding aspiration’ of ‘One Country, Two Systems’ principle: scholar

At a seminar held in the University of Macau, Xu Ze says that "reunification and development are the founding aspiration” of the “One Country, Two Systems” principle.

23 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Neto Valente: ‘Rigid and immobile’ courts in need of reform

Valente: The local government “must now promote and support the development of Macau, with the necessary material resources, as an arbitration and mediation center.”

23 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Eco bureau to set up plastic bottle recycling machines, collecting

The Environmental Protection Bureau has bought about a dozen recycling machines for the collection of used plastic bottles which will come into use at different locations in the city before the end of the year.

23 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Economic development & people’s livelihoods remain ‘main axis’ of governance: Chui

The local government will continue to regard developing the economy and improving people’s livelihoods as the “main axis” of its governance.

20 Sep, 2019

#Economy

Government formally withdraws ‘sovereign wealth fund’ bill

The government formally withdrew its controversial bill which proposed the transfer of 60 billion patacas from the government’s financial reserves for the setting-up of the Macau Special Administrative Region Investment and Development Fund.

20 Sep, 2019

#Economy

Government sets up website for National Day celebration

New website launched dedicated to news and information related to the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China celebration.

20 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Gongbei Customs stops woman smuggling endangered ‘golden turtles’

Local woman had five Chinese box turtles wrapped around her abdomen and in her trouser pockets when going through security checks at Gongbei Customs.

20 Sep, 2019

#Crime

UM forecasts 0.8% GDP dip for this year, 0.9% drop for next year

Macau’s economy will shrink 0.8% this year and 0.9% next year.

19 Sep, 2019

#Economy

90% of eligible Pearl Horizon pre-sale buyers apply to buy ‘home swap’ unit: government

The Pearl Horizon pre-sale buyers are eligible to buy a unit in its “home swap” housing project.

19 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

506 apply for Macau & HK tour-guide licence in Hengqin: official

Macau and Hong Kong guides have applied for a tour-guide licence in Hengqin.

19 Sep, 2019

#Tourism

Property price reaches 116,856 patacas per square metre: official

Residential property price rose 17.7% year-on-year to 116,856 patacas per square metre last month, the highest price this year.

18 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Eco-bureau to plant mangroves along Areia Preta coast to tackle stench

Environmental Protection Bureau will remove some of the polluted silt along Areia Preta district's northern coast, and plant mangroves in the remaining silt to solve “once and for all” the waterfront stench.

18 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

IAM opposes capture-neuter-release strategy for strays

Proposal of reintroducing the capture-neuter-release strategy for strays rejected as "unfeasible".

18 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Police confirm PSP officer killed in Australian car crash

One of the two local women killed in a traffic accident in Western Australia was a PSP officer.

18 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

‘Terrific 12’ kicks-off with benefits from ‘city centre’

East Asia Super League’s “The Terrific 12” tournament kicked off on Tuesday with the first four games of the six-day event.

18 Sep, 2019

#Sports

Mid-Autumn Festival tourists grew to 1.04 million

Tourist arrivals during the Mid-Autumn Festival recorded a growth of 9.56% compared with the same period last year.

18 Sep, 2019

#Tourism

Ho says that ‘One Country’ first, then ‘Two Systems’

Ho Iat Seng, Macau’s Chief Executive-designate discussed the 'One Country, Two Systems' principle with China Media Group.

17 Sep, 2019

#Politics

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

#Social Affairs

Ho vows Macau to continue ‘One Country, Two Systems’ with local characteristics

Chief Executive-designate pledged that he will solve the “historical issue” of the current gaming concession and sub-concession model.

13 Sep, 2019

#Politics

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

#Social Affairs