Survey | Decrease in casino dealers’ confidence and satisfaction index

An index measuring the confidence of casino dealers marked a decrease from 2.84 to 2.74 while another index measuring satisfaction in employment showed a 1.6 percent decrease

Environment | IPIM announces keynote speaker for MIECF’s ‘Green Forum’

The Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) announced that Achim Steiner, a former executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), will be the

New body to administer Macau maritime area

The government has announced and officiated the commission of a special body to lead the management and economic development of the maritime area that comes under

Briefs | Young musicians competition opens applications

Applications for the 35th Macau Young Musicians Competition are now open until March 26 at 7 p.m., with interested parties invited to complete the online registration and

Sonia Chan praises food safety regulations

Secretary for Administration and Justice Sonia Chan made a speech at the opening ceremony of the 49th Session of the Codex Committee on Food Additives

Gaming | Worst is over for Macau, analysts say

The latest gaming revenues have signaled renewed optimism in Macau over the industry’s future growth, with many eagerly awaiting the March results that will be issued

Vietnam | Billionaire developer rides gambling trend with casino

FLC Group Joint-stock Co., co-founded by billionaire Trinh Van Quyet, has joined a growing number of foreign and local investors betting on cashing in on Vietnam’s

AL Plenary | Cultural Affairs Bureau criticized following CCAC report

Several lawmakers yesterday recalled the recent Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) report in their criticism of the recruitment system that has been used by the Cultural

Debate on DSAT fees hike voted down

A proposal by lawmaker Leong Veng Chai that aimed to bring representatives of the government to the Legislative Assembly (AL) to justify the increase in fees for

Kim Jong Nam murder | Malaysia hunting for more N. Korean suspects

Malaysian police said that they are hunting for more North Korean suspects over the killing of the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. National

Human rights | Modern day slavery ‘very much alive’

A documentary concerning a horrific story of abuse faced by an Indonesian domestic worker for eight months was screened on Sunday at the University of Macau

88.6pct of households have internet access

The Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) said in a statement yesterday that a total of 167,600 households accessed the internet in 2016, accounting for about 88.6

Crime | Phone swindlers claim new victims

Several victims have reported cases of phone fraud in the last few days, a Judiciary Police (PJ) spokesperson said yesterday in a press conference. The police

Film | Müller returns to China for ‘boutique’ festival

Marco Müller, the renowned former artistic director of the prestigious Venice Film Festival, the International Film Festival of Rome and the First International Film Festival and Awards

Courts | Ho’s trial resumed to hear non-local witnesses

The trial of former public prosecutor general Ho Chio Meng at the Court of Final Appeal (TUI) resumed yesterday to hear several witnesses. The

Briefs | UM professor to head Journal of Asia TEFL

Antony John Kunnan, a professor from the Department of English and associate dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Macau (UM), has