Thief caught at tourist site after injuring officer

The police arrested a 20-year-old man from mainland China after a series of tourist robberies in the surrounding area of the city’s most emblematic tourist landmark,

HK tourists contract food poisoning at Galaxy

The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health of Hong Kong reported six cases of food poisoning in Hong Kong residents., thought to be

Briefs | Two PSP officers arrested for smuggling

Two police officers have been arrested for assisting persons banned from entering Macau with entry into the territory. The implicated officers were working for the Public Security Police

Construction on new water treatment plant to begin soon

After three years of preparation, Macao Water is slated to commence construction of the Seac Pai Van Water Treatment Plant in Coloane soon. Covering an

Real estate transactions rise to MOP30 billion

Information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) indicated that a total of 4,589 building units and parking spaces were purchased and sold in the second quarter

Gaming | LVS must go to trial to fight compensation battle, courts rule

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) will be forced to go to trial in Macau to defend its 2002 decision to drop joint venture partner Asian American Entertainment Corporation

Poor regulation, security hinder Philippine gaming growth

Poor regulation and security in the Philippine casino market are preventing the country from becoming one of Asia’s top gambling destinations. A report issued by Newswires

Flights to commence between northern Philippines and Macau

Flights between the Cagayan North International Airport in Lallo, a town in the northern Philippines, and Macau, are expected to commence by the fourth quarter of the

Gaming | Wynn on winning streak in 5-year feud with former partners

Steve Wynn’s recent winning streak in court is not only positioning the casino mogul to consolidate control of his empire - it could help him expand into

Sulu Sou denies bribery accusations against New Macau Association

New Macau Association (ANM) member Caruso Fong reported to the Public Prosecution Office (MP) that several members of the association, including the its current leaders, were bribed

China says no more ‘irrational’ investment in gaming

China formally laid down new rules on overseas investments, making explicit its de facto campaign against “irrational” acquisitions of assets in industries ranging from real estate

Infrastructure| Beijing rejects fourth bridge, sinking Macau investment

Beijing has rejected the proposal for a new bridge connecting Macau and Taipa, citing safety concerns, the Macau Infrastructure Development Office (GIT) informed on Friday.

MGM CEO blasts ‘hate mongers’, white supremacists

MGM Resorts International denounced “hate mongers and white supremacists” in a letter to employees Friday, offering to match their donations to civil rights groups including the National

Higher education | Portugal high school students apply for IPM programs

The Macao Polytechnic Institute (IPM) held the opening ceremony for the 2017/2018 academic year last week. Approximately 10 percent of the new academic year’s students at IPM

New wholesale market to be ready next month

The relocation of the Nam Yue wholesale market to Ilha Verde – to occupy a space twice the size of the old premises - will be completed

Tourism master plan to launch next month

The President of the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO), Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, has revealed that the department expects to launch the Macau Tourism Industry Development

Officer fined MOP35,000 for animal cruelty

The Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) has fined a Judiciary Police officer MOP35,000 for mistreating a dog in amateur video footage that surfaced online in

21 companies call for paternity leave

Twenty-one local companies and organizations signed a proposal for paid paternity leave last week. The signatories to the proposal all hail from different sectors, and