The Buzz | Jaguar Land Rover profit falls most in 2 years

Jaguar Land Rover became the latest casualty of a slowdown in Chinese auto demand, reporting its steepest drop in quarterly profit in two years after retail deliveries slumped in the

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CHINA-TAIWAN Mainland authorities have ruled out the possibility of its citizens being allowed to gamble in Taiwan, as casinos are mooted on one of a number of Taiwanese islands which

S. Korean hoops coach suspected of manipulating games

South Korean police plan to question a high-profile basketball coach over allegations that he manipulated games he coached to make money from gambling. Seoul police official Kim Seong-woon said yesterday they

Architect calls for suitable urban renewal policies

Explaining why many old buildings have been left idle, veteran architect Joy Choi pointed to the absence of suitable laws and policies as something that is hindering urban renovation. The

Galaxy phase 2 and Broadway open | Mass market will be ‘the new normal,’ says Francis Lui

As Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) opened Macau’s first new projects in three years on the Cotai Strip, its vice-chairman Francis Lui stressed yesterday that the mass market will become “the

Scholar | Mindset change needed to promote disability acceptance

Schools need to become more welcoming in order to further the city’s inclusive policy when it comes to children with disabilities, suggested assistant professor Wong Meng Ee of Singapore’s National

Number of non-resident workers increases by 18 pct

The Human Resources Office recorded that by the end of April there were 115,565 non-resident workers from mainland China, up by 21.67 percent year-on-year. A total of 22,352 were from

More mainland health professionals slated to counter staff shortage

After the opening ceremony of the second health center in Taipa yesterday morning, the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, who officiated at the event, disclosed to the

New health center in Taipa opens

Among the medical personnel of the new staff that have been hired for the centre, as Cheang Seng Ip, Deputy Director of the Health Bureau (SSM) revealed, some were employed

Survey on manpower needs and wages | Average earnings increase during Q1

At the end of the first quarter of 2015 hotels in Macau had 45,817 full-time employees, up by 2.6 percent year-on-year, according to the Survey on Manpower Needs and Wages