Macau becomes Asia’s second most expensive city for construction

Macau has become the second most expensive city in Asia to build in, driven by a 3.5% inflation rate that is set to further increase

Cape Verde gov’t wishing to ‘turn the page’ on Macau Legend project

The government of Cape Verde wishes to turn the page and close the Macau Legend Development Ltd (MLD) chapter as fast as possible, Deputy Prime Minister

Macau to showcase Portuguese cinema’s best in upcoming screening

Audiences in Macau are in for a treat as the Portuguese Film Agency and CAC Association collaborate to present the crème de la crème of Portuguese cinematography

Gov’t enhances appointment services for mainland China documents

The Macao One Account system has added a new feature allowing residents to book appointments for three types of public services in the Hengqin Cooperation Zone: driving licenses,

TSI attributes higher compensation to former Pearl Horizon buyer

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has ruled in favor of a former Pearl Horizon buyer, granting him a higher amount in compensation for damages

Restaurant receipts plummet nearly 12% in April

Local restaurant receipts plunged 11.8% in April 2024 compared to the same month the previous year, according to data released by the Statistics and Census Service

DSPA to install public electric car charging stations by year end

The Macau government is moving forward with plans to install public electric car charging stations in the city’s urban areas by the second half of 2024, according

54 suspected illegal workers caught in May

In a joint operation, the Public Security Police Force and the Labour Affairs Bureau intercepted 54 suspected illegal workers in May. The authorities conducted 396 inspections at construction

DSAL to co-host three job matching events

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) and the Macau Federation of Trade Unions will jointly organize three industry-specific job-matching events next week, offering a total of 345 job openings.

UM plans to open new Hengqin campus in 2028

The University of Macau (UM) is preparing to establish a new campus in Hengqin. Slated to commence operations in 2028, the new campus is expected to significantly expand

Wong Kit Cheng advocates for permanent maternity subsidies

Lawmaker Wong Kit Cheng has praised the government’s recent decision to extend the maternity leave compensation subsidy scheme, expressing hopes to see it converted into a

Gov’t explores expansion of volunteer services ahead of 2025 National Games

As Macau prepares to host the 2025 National Games, local officials are highlighting the growing role of volunteer services in the city. Luís Gomes, deputy

Authorities issue heat warning, urge taking precautions

The Health Bureau (SSM) is calling on the public to take preventive measures against the effects of hyperthermia as the region experiences high temperatures. The Meteorological and Geophysical

IAS to improve central registration system for drug abusers

The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) has announced its plans to improve the central registration system for drug abusers. This includes seeking input from academic institutions to improve the

30% of Macau New Neighbourhood flats have been sold

Sales of residential apartments at the Macau New Neighbourhood (MNN) development in Hengqin have been robust, according to Huang Yujie, the director of the Hengqin Livelihood Affairs Bureau.

EU to implement new border control affecting SARs travelers

The European Union (EU) is set to implement two new border control measures over the next 12 months, which will affect travelers from Macau and Hong

Macau casinos’ higher minimum wages heightening levels of debt

A recent study by scholars from universities in Macau and the mainland has shed light on the stark differences in the characteristics and struggles of gamblers across

Luxury sales are flattening amid a self-inflicted creativity crisis and price hikes, study finds

The post-pandemic surge in global sales of luxury handbags, shoes and apparel is set to stall this year amid a creativity crisis and price hikes as

OpenAI founder Sutskever sets up new AI company devoted to ‘safe superintelligence’

  Ilya Sutskever, one of the founders of OpenAI who was involved in a failed effort to push out CEO Sam Altman, said he’s starting a safety-focused

MGM welcomes top synchronized swimmers

MGM is hosting the “MGM Artistic Swimming Elite Extravaganza & Macao Open Synchronized Swimming Competition 2024” from today until June 23. This year, three renowned synchronized swimming

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