Outer Harbour Terminal adjustments due to vessel ‘swap’

The changes to the layout of the berths at the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal in Macau are due to a commercial and operational decision from the

MUST predicts small-scale outbreak in Macau in May

The Large-scale Epidemic Intelligent Forecast and Early Warning System Research Center, an academic unit within the Faculty of Innovation Engineering of the Macau University of

AMCM raises the interest rate to 5%, highest rate since 2008

The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) has adjusted the benchmark interest rate to 5% (+0.25%), AMCM noted in a press statement. This is the highest

National secret vs public interest trade-off not discussed at parliamentary committee

A The First Standing Committee held a meeting yesterday to consider the Bill. Committee members raised questions about the Bill for the compilation of a

Hong Kong woos visitors with air tickets and vouchers

Hong Kong will give away air tickets and vouchers to woo tourists back to the international financial hub, racing to catch up with other popular

Lawmaker confident casinos will entice foreign tourists

A mid the government’s desire for more overseas tourists, the tourism sector lawmaker Cheung Kin Chun is confident about non-gambling elements proposed by casino operators. Previously,

Gaming revenue may recover to 60% of 2019 levels by June: MS

Morgan Stanley has estimated that Macau’s monthly GGR will reach 60% of 2019 levels by next June, representing a year-on-year increase of 500%. In January, the city’s GGR reached

Developers association head calls for loosening restrictions to lower prices

Certain realty transaction restrictions should be reviewed to ensure healthy development of the market, Ung Choi Kun, president of the Association of Property Agents and Realty Developers

Gov’t mulls online ID renewal

The Identification Services Bureau (DSI) said it is working on a new law related to local ID cards. Under the new law, the bureau will be authorized

US opens embassy in Solomon Islands to counter Beijing

The United States opened an embassy in the Solomon Islands yesterday in its latest move to counter China’s push into the Pacific. The embassy in

Tsai welcomes retired US admiral for China talks

Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen yesterday welcomed the former head of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, who had warned the island could face an invasion from China this decade,

Washington, Manila agree on larger American military presence

The United States and the Philippines announced an agreement yesterday to expand America’s military presence in the Southeast Asian country, with U.S. forces granted access to four

Taliban asks Pakistan not to blame them for violence at home

Afghanistan's Taliban-appointed foreign minister yesterday asked Pakistani authorities to look for the reasons behind militant violence in their country instead of blaming Afghanistan. The

Targeting Iran, US tightens Iraq’s dollar flow, causing pain

For months, the United States has restricted Iraq’s access to its own dollars, trying to stamp out what Iraqi officials describe as rampant money laundering that benefits

1959 Buddy Holly killed in air crash

Three young rock ‘n’ roll stars have been killed in a plane crash in the United States. Buddy Holly, 22, Jiles P Richardson - known as the Big

Fleeting joys in the sublime ‘One Fine Morning’

Like most things, the title of Mia Hansen-Løve’s “One Fine Morning” sounds better in French. “Un Beau Matin” doesn’t have that same rom-commy ring. But it’s

Luxury at its best 

Anyone who has been to Hong Kong knows that The Landmark is the place to see and be seen. The address in the heart of Central

The Los Angeles 1500M Turf 

2023-02-04 | Sat | 16:55 Sunrise Eagle again has the gift barrier in this race which should see him racing well. He is in rock

Putin invokes Stalingrad battle as justifying Ukraine fight

Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday marked the 80th anniversary of the World War II Soviet victory over Nazi German forces in the battle of Stalingrad, and

Tokyo Olympic bribery scandal rolls on; company apologizes

A Japanese company embroiled in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic  Takeshi Natsuno, president of the Japanese entertainment company Kadokawa, bowed deeply with two other executives to show remorse

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