Bids for Macao’s 5G network to be submitted by 12 August and must include a five-year operation plan.
Everyone must stay home except for work and use KN95 masks when outdoors; cinemas, gyms, kindergartens, shops inside malls and more to remain closed.
After being intercepted in Rua do Lu Cao in San Kio District, 50-something local woman transferred to Public Prosecutions Office.
5G network to cover all of Macao within 2.5 years since announcement of winners, who will hold licences for eight years.
Upon returning, all Macao government delegation members will undergo NATs on days 1, 2, 4 and 7 counting from the time of re-entry into the city.
Chief Executive warns pandemic situation more complex and serious than before; casinos continue to operate for the moment.
Restaurants, gyms, cinemas and more to close from 5 pm today; only take-away food services will still be available.
Officials seek to adapt versions used in mainland China to suit Macao; quarantine-free travel from Hong Kong on the horizon if Beijing gives thumbs-up.
No timeline set out, but Chief Executive indicates NRW would be allowed to visit home country and return to Macao to work.
Extra seven days of self-observation will remain in place if plan goes ahead; quarantine reduction could be implemented this summer if nation’s pandemic situation improves.
Gaming industry teams make a strong showing with SJM, Wynn and MGM all placing high at annual traditional sporting event.
During meeting with new director of Liaison Office, Zheng Xincong, chief executive says gradual relaxation of travel restrictions should bring ‘favourable conditions’.
Government will keep expenditure restrictions for 2023 budget proposals, due to be discussed and voted on in the Legislative Assembly in November.
Younger generation urged to distinguish between right and wrong, strive for self-improvement, adhere to virtue and grasp opportunities.
Lee to start five-year term on 1 July, succeeding Carrie Lam, who chose not to run for re-election.
CE ensures employment for residents remains important but does not say non-resident workers should be fired or replaced by Macao residents.
Chief Executive laments Macao continues to suffer the effects of Covid-19 and poor visitor numbers, rising unemployment and declining birth rate.
Officials hope to adjust rules to expand participants’ eligibility, relax requirements for course completion and cover more target participants.
Equatorial Guinea joins Forum Macao, whose members look to China for help in recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Q&A session, which is broadcast live, aims to keep residents in touch and make public administration transparent.
Professor Pang Chuan promises additional programmes will be launched for the new faculty, expects more applications from mainland Chinese students in mid-May.
Ho Iat Seng applauds appointments of Fu Ziying, Zheng Xincong and Yin Shuhua, reaffirms Macao’s responsibility of safeguarding national security.
Top officials lay out wide-ranging road map for the city’s future development and economic diversification.
Ho Iat Seng points to signs of gradual recovery, undertakes to make progress in developing big health, modern finance and other new industries.
Li stresses “people on both sides of Taiwan Strait should come together to advance cause of China’s rejuvenation and national unification.”