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The Buzz | Lunches dumped to avoid food-poisoning scare

Asian Games organizers discarded 76 packaged lunches prepared for athletes after inspectors found salmonella in meat samples on the weekend. Bruce Lee from the games’ organizing committee in Incheon said the potentially-contaminated meals had been prepared for athletes in shooting, fencing, weightlifting and sepak takraw

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CHINA Shanghai raised a “yellow” warning for rains and strong winds, the third highest of four levels, as Tropical Storm Fung-Wong approached the city after leaving at least a dozen dead in the Philippines and Taiwan. The storm is expected to hit Shanghai from noon

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Draghi: Euro recovery losing momentum

European Central Bank head Mario Draghi defended the bank’s new stimulus programs as he warned that the weak economic recovery in the eurozone “is losing momentum.” Draghi told members of the European parliament yesterday there was “no indication” yet of a halt to the sharp

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Xi says local changes ‘require better work from the new administration’

The Chief Executive Chui Sai On met Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang yesterday after receiving his official appointment decree from the Chinese State Council. The president has asked for “better work” from the new Macau government following the “new changes” that the

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Taxi passengers’ association on the road

The Macau Taxi Passengers Association (MTPA) was formally established yesterday. The newly elected president of the association, Andrew Scott, said that he was excited about the development, further stating that he could not have foreseen this when he and his colleagues established the Facebook group

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Police prosecutes FMG members for disobedience

The Public Security Police (PSP) has named several members of the casino employees’ group Forefront of Macau Gaming (FMG), including president Ieong Man Teng, as suspects after they allegedly charged the police line in a protest on August 25. During a press conference yesterday, the

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CRIME | Street altercation leads to brawl with officers

The Public Security Police (PSP) has handed over a 37-year-old Nigerian man to the Public Prosecution Office (MP) after he was involved in a physical altercation with the police and allegedly made attempts at resistance and coercion, harming the physical integrity and damaging the property

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Residents slam gov’t for Inner Harbour flooding

During the TDM Forum on Sunday, residents and community representatives criticized the authorities for their inability to resolve the flooding problem in the Inner Harbour area. When typhoon Kalmaegi passed by Macau last week, it caused serious flooding to the area, as well as to

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