The Health Bureau’s computer system suffered a second cyberattack on Saturday, following its first attack only one day prior.
The 85-year-old heritage building is in need of repair, but residents will have to go to the Provisional Patane Market building to buy fresh food until construction is finished.
Bureau says children should enjoy school while they are learning, and promises to keep teaching in both Cantonese and Portuguese.
The children, who are all aged under six, are in a stable condition but Health Bureau officials warn the public to be on their guard as summer warms up.
The money is there for the taking, even for new-born babies, but the application process is far from straightforward, and non-resident workers are still shut out.
With 100 e-channels and slicker customs and immigration formalities, the new 24/7 crossing – built by Macao – is set to become the fast track to and from Zhuhai.
It’s early days for the Kun Iam Statue Waterfront Park Leisure Area so Municipal Affairs staff are still adding the final touches.
New online application system makes entry easier, but there is still plenty of red tape to negotiate.
Most medical professionals have been jabbed, but outreach programme at university greeted with little enthusiasm and many no-shows.
Tons of clothing is consigned to landfill sites every day, but the new partnership – also coming to Macao – aims to reverse the flow and help form a circular economy.
Criminals posing as telephone company staff threaten service suspension and demand personal details, CTT warns.
Upping tax to 75 per cent per pack is one of the best ways to get smokers to give up, and a raise is long overdue, argues SHLAM.
Organisers of large-scale event may face fine, as vaccine roll-out continues across the city.
Each vehicle in the city now has just 1.85 kilometres of road to itself, as Macao’s motoring mania shows no sign of abating.
The “green scheme” makes Macao look good, and has numerous ecological benefits too, according to the Municipal Affairs Bureau.
Admission tickets are for sale via the Sports Bureau’s new website; but patrons need to pay attention to Covid-19 precautions.
A walking trail, sports courts, a children’s playground and a roller skating rink are just some of the fun attractions spread over 15,000 square metres by the harbour.
Mainland, rather than Macao, students sign up for inoculations at the SSM’s first off-site vaccination centre.
Smokers, drinkers, seniors and anyone with a weak immune system is particularly at risk from bacteria that reproduce quickly in warm, moist areas.
Rate may be down but officials appeal to public to take greater care of vulnerable friends and neighbours.
The 24-kilometre-long, RMB 44 billion combined bridge and tunnel mega project will transform travel in the GBA.
Tougher measures follow worsening Covid-19 situation abroad; five arrivals from Kathmandu on Sunday test positive.
Only one in a hundred residents is vegetarian, survey finds, but respondents call for more meat-free restaurants and menus.
Volunteers and first responders have to cope with a simulated super typhoon and spring tide which threaten to plunge Macao into chaos.
E-cigarettes will be banned and regular tobacco will become more expensive if new proposals go ahead.