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CEM provides free electrical safety checks for households in need

Power utility CEM Ambassadors Team and Macau Federation of Trade Unions (FAOM) members on Thursday visited 20 households in need in Areia Preta and Iao Hon to provide free safety inspections of electrical installations to ensure the safe use of electricity.

10 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Urban Kitchen reopens with new buffet concept amid COVID-19

Galaxy Macau’s JW Marriott Hotel has reopened its Urban Kitchen restaurant with a new buffet-dining concept and limited-time discount.

10 Jul, 2020

#Business

Stanley Ho funeral procession to take place today

The Stanley Ho Hung Sun funeral procession will take place today at the Hong Kong Funeral Home.

10 Jul, 2020

#Gaming

Over 40,000 haven’t collected their consumer cards

There are 614,000 residents who have collected their first round of consumption subsidy smartcards, which equates to 93% of those registered.

10 Jul, 2020

#Economy

IFTM student project helps LESS IS MORE startup

The public Macau Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) said in a statement that it continues its effort to support small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic through student projects.

10 Jul, 2020

#Business

1,618 graduates sign up for paid internships

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) said in a statement on Thursday that it received 1,618 applications for its paid internship scheme.

10 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

10th Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra Music Festival

The Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO) will be performing at Oriente Foundation today and on Saturday.

10 Jul, 2020

#Culture

Lei Wai Nong to represent Macao at Stanley Ho funeral in Hong Kong

This photo, provided by Mazarine Asia Pacific communication group Wednesday night, shows Stanley Ho Hung-sun’s funeral in Hong Kong earlier that day.

9 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

‘Quarantine + NAT’ model very effective

Macao has neither confirmed a new COVID-19 case for 12 consecutive days nor a new local COVID-19 case for 101 consecutive days.

9 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Tightened measures for elderly care home visits

The local government has tightened arrangements for family members to visit those in the city’s elderly care homes, in the wake of a number of COVID-19 cases that have been newly confirmed in such homes in Hong Kong.

9 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

One more Filipina from Macao tests positive for COVID-19 in Philippines, 8 quarantined

Filipina who works as a domestic helper in Macao and returned to her home country on 29 June has tested positive for COVID-19 there.

9 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Macao Orchestra to get back in action with ‘Summer Episodes’

The Macao Orchestra will resume its performances this month, presenting four concerts comprising classical symphonies, chamber music and youth concerts for classical music fans.

9 Jul, 2020

#Culture

UM reports breakthroughs in autonomous driving research

The University of Macau (UM) has achieved two major breakthroughs in autonomous driving research.

9 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Special corridor between Macao and HKIA will not be extended after 16 July

Lau Fong Chi also explained that on 16 July, the last vessel to Macao will depart at 11pm from the HKIA and the last ferry to the HKIA will leave Taipa's Maritime Passenger Terminal at 7 pm.

8 Jul, 2020

#Politics

Culture bureau invites public to join World Heritage listing anniversary-fest

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced on Tuesday that it will host a festival entitled “Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the Inscription of the Historic Centre of Macao on the World Heritage List” on Saturday and Sunday.

8 Jul, 2020

#Culture

9 new COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong spark warning of new wave

Nine local novel coronavirus infections have been registered in Hong Kong, with officials warning that a new wave of COVID-19 cases is underway in the special administrative region.

8 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Education bureau urges local schools to stay vigilant against COVID-19 after Hong Kong school cases

The DSEJ urged local schools, private tutorial centres and continuing education institutions to remain “highly” vigilant against COVID-19 in the wake of a number of COVID-19 cases that have been newly confirmed in schools in Hong Kong.

8 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Woman hangs herself in McDonald’s toilet

An unidentified woman was believed to have committed suicide by hanging herself in a cubicle in the women’s toilet at a McDonald’s outlet near the Barrier Gate border checkpoint on Tuesday.

8 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Pregnant Filipina from Macao tests positive for COVID-19 in Philippines

Filipina who flew from Macao to Manila on 18 June tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease in the Philippines, adding the bureau believed that the woman was infected with COVID-19 in her home country rather than in Macao.

7 Jul, 2020

#Social Affairs

Group cites COVID-19 for stopping payments for Sin Fong reconstruction

The Macau Jiangmen Communal Society said in a statement Monday night that it has decided to stop paying for the Sin Fong Garden reconstruction project due to the adverse impact of Macao’s economic slowdown on the civic group in recent years and the COVID-19 epidemic.

7 Jul, 2020

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