Airport temporarily shuts down due to aircraft traveling at high speed

  The Macau airport experienced a temporary closure in the early hours of the morning due to a cargo aircraft aborting takeoff at high speed, a source confirmed to

Macau and Hong Kong residents can now use QR codes for automated clearance

Starting today, over 300,000 Macau and Hong Kong permanent residents will be able to use electronic QR code channels to enter Hong Kong using a new

Sands China Shopping Carnival returns with increased number of SMEs

The Sands Shopping Carnival made a comeback yesterday at The Venetian Macao, featuring more than 580 booths, with a record-breaking 325 booths dedicated to local SME

Hengqin incentivizes e-commerce growth with Macau

The Hengqin Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone has unveiled a comprehensive set of policies to support the development of cross-border e-commerce industries, with a particular focus

Alvin Chau’s property prices slashed in half ahead of court auction

Only two of imprisoned former junket boss Alvin Chau’s original 36 properties have been sold so far, with the remaining 34 going up for auction

MGM Shenzhen opens, enhancing the city’s luxury hotel offerings

Shenzhen has added another luxurious gem to its portfolio of hotels with the opening of MGM Shenzhen. This new hotel, situated on the picturesque Xiaomeisha beachfront,

Communist Party policy meeting endorses leader Xi’s high-tech vision for economy

China’s ruling Communist Party wrapped up a top-level meeting yesterday by endorsing policies aimed at advancing the country’s technological power and fortifying its national security.

MGTO confident in hitting 33 million tourist arrivals in 2024

The territory is optimistic that it will surpass its target of 33 million visitors by the end of 2024. This confidence is bolstered by a strong summer

CreditSights analysis shows casino comeback decelerates as market recovers

Casino gross gaming revenue (GGR) is expected to recover to between 75% and 80% of 2019 levels, or around USD28 billion, in 2024, according to a

Unstable weather coming days

The local weather bureau report warned yesterday of the potential formation of a tropical storm near Macau in the upcoming days. The area of concern is currently a

Theft case leads to discovery of woman overstaying her visa

The Public Security Police were alerted to a case of theft when a man reported his clothes and mobile phone stolen while trying on clothes in a store

Elderly Sports Day on Aug. 18

The Elderly Sports Day is scheduled for August 18 at Tap Seac Stadium. The Sports Bureau (ID) aims to promote active participation in sports and physical fitness among

Persistent car thief detained for stealing and defrauding

Police have detained a 28-year-old unemployed Macau resident male in connection with the theft and fraud of goods worth HKD320,000. On July 15, the Judiciary

‘Guaranteed wins’ gambling scheme defrauds victim MOP180,000

  The victimized mainland man told the police that the suspect claimed to be able to win Baccarat with a “lose one, buy two” method,

SSM reports fifth imported dengue case

The Health Bureau (SSM) announced recently the city’s fifth imported case of dengue fever this year. The patient, a 41-year-old local woman, recently returned from business trips

Residents call for a more pedestrian-friendly city

Macau should prioritize making its streets more pedestrian-friendly, according to a recent survey conducted by the Macau New Chinese Youth Association. The poll

Dive Into a Pink Summer with “BERTILO Drifts in Barra”

MGM brings excitement to Barra District with “Summer Hype” mega event series, kicking off the series is the “BERTILO Drifts in Barra” Giant Inflatable Floating Installation

Percussion troupe aims to inspire children’s creativity

Percussion and acrobatic troupe CRASSH Duo Circus will be performing today until Sunday, featuring a team of creators that possess an array of talents,

The last cards have been dealt as the iconic Mirage closes its doors

A final blast from The Mirage’s signature volcano marked the passage Wednesday of an aging Las Vegas resort that wowed crowds when it opened in 1989 and went

Centaline: Guangzhou eases home purchase restrictions to attract foreign investment

Stanley Poon, the managing director of Centaline Property, welcomed Guangzhou’s recent decision to ease home purchase restrictions for residents of Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.

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