THE BUZZ: Australian police plan to arrest 2 Middle East fighters

Australian police have obtained arrest warrants for two Australians who are fighting with the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria after one posted photographs of the other posing with

Africa: Madagascar billed as surfing paradise

The island nation in the Indian Ocean has become the 86th member of the International Surfing Association as part of a drive to promote the sport in Africa, the California-based

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CHINA China’s ruling Communist Party announces an investigation into a feared ex-security chief, demonstrating President Xi Jinping’s grip on power and breaking a longstanding taboo against publicly targeting the country’s

Online gambling guru jet departure to Las Vegas shrouded in mystery

Malaysian businessman and alleged member of Hong Kong’s 14K triad Wei Seng “Paul” Phua was detained and released on bail in Macau last month. His departure from here in a

DSAJ warns unnoficial referendum organizers

The Legal Affairs Bureau (DSAJ) Director, Cheong Weng Chon, has said that if the unofficial referendum organized by the Open Macau Society and other groups is only an opinion poll,

GAMING | FMG hands petition to Galaxy, demands adjustment in salary scheme

FMG claimed that more than 500 people came and supported the group’s action. FMG president Ieong Man Teng stated that more actions will follow if GEG fail to provide an

Wynn Resorts 2Q profit rises

Wynn Resorts Ltd., the casino company founded by Steve Wynn, posted second-quarter profit that beat analysts’ projections as increased gambling in Las Vegas helped overcome tepid growth in the Chinese

Police prevents suicide attempts

New Macau agrees with gov’t on zone A housing plan

Members of the New Macau Association, including lawmakers Au Kam San and Ng Kuok Cheong, petitioned yesterday at the government’s headquarters, calling on the government to make clear the proportion

SAUTEDE’S CASE | Macau and HK scholars want to meet Vatican’s representative

The rector Peter Stilwell had stated earlier that the decision to end the contract of the senior lecturer of Asian Politics last month was related to his regular commentary on