Broken windows on a residential building in Macau after Typhoon Hato hit the city. Photo: Edward Wong

Macau leader apologises, weather chief resigns after worst storm in half century leaves eight dead

More than 200 injured and tens of thousands without power or water in casino hub after typhoon batters city

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Broken windows on a residential building in Macau after Typhoon Hato hit the city. Photo: Edward Wong
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