Briefs | PSP officers sentenced for malpractice

Two former Public Security Police Force (PSP) officers have been sentenced to 19 and 15 years in jail, according to a statement released by the Court of Final

Health | Exclusive subsidies to be given to Hengqin’s Macau residents

The Macau SAR government has decided to provide subsidies to Macau residents who live in Hengqin to allow them to use Zhuhai’s healthcare services, the Health

Cultural heritage site owner has legal duty of conservation, says IC

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) said yesterday that it is required by law that the owner of a cultural heritage site conserves their protected property

Art | Exhibiting pig sculptures in the year of the pig

An exhibition of painted life size pigs is being held by the Republic of Arts Association, with the support of the Cultural Affairs Bureau and the

Gaming | Big brother casinos can spot who’s most likely to lose big

The house always wins - and now it has artificial intelligence on its side. Some of the world’s biggest casino operators in Macau are starting to

Gaming | Analysis: June growth may find lift from 2018 FIFA World Cup

Holding conservative expectations for June, analysts expect the month will round out the first half of 2019 slightly down on Macau’s gross gaming revenue from last

Goldman Sachs: VIP more resilient than thought

Goldman Sachs says that VIP activity in the second quarter of 2019 has been more resilient that previously thought. The investment bank said that Macau’s

Macau SLOT records MOP224 million in profit last year

Lottery and sports betting company Sociedade de Lotarias e Apostas Mútuas de Macau, yesterday released its financial report for last year. The company made more than MOP224

Transport | Bus companies report combined MOP110m in profit

Local bus companies have registered a total profit of MOP110.9 million after taxes in 2018. The final results from the audited accounts were published yesterday in

Fishing vessel up in flames in Inner Harbor

A fishing vessel in the Inner Harbor area caught fire yesterday afternoon, videos circulating online showed, before the flames spread to a second vessel in the area.

Protesters urge discussion of Hong Kong issues at G-20

Hong Kong activists opposed to contentious extradition legislation yesterday called on leaders of the U.S., the European Union and others to raise the issue with Chinese

Hong Kong | Court throws out ex-leader’s misconduct conviction

A Hong Kong court yesterday threw out former Chief Executive Donald Tsang’s conviction for misconduct relating to a property deal while in office. Tsang was released in

Guangzhou | Couriers join ‘war on drugs’ with technology

After receiving a parcel, courier Wang Xiangjun would spend less than one minute verifying the customers’ ID cards, checking the things inside, and uploading the information to

Dubrovnik has Game of Thrones fame but all it wants is the euro

Tucked inside the medieval city walls in the Croatian port of Dubrovnik, Mara Pezo’s leather bag store is perfectly placed for the thousands of tourists

Corporate Bits | GEG organizes responsible gaming roadshows

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) recently organized Responsible Gaming Fun Day Roadshows and a visit to the Macao Gaming Industry Employees Home’s offices, where its employees learned about gambling

MELCO promoting life values through volunteerism

Supporting, encouraging and facilitating events for employees and their family members to volunteer for the community, Melco Resorts and Entertainment has developed the Teaching Children Values program

Analysis | Possible outcome of Trump-Xi meeting: A truce in trade war

American businesses are bracing for a painful escalation in President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Yet they might just get a reprieve. If

China renews demand on Canada for Huawei executive’s release

China renewed a demand that Canada release a top executive of tech giant Huawei a day after announcing a suspension of all imports of Canadian meat

Koreas Seoul says US, NK in talks to set up third Trump-Kim summit

North Korean and U.S. officials are holding “behind-the-scenes talks” to arrange a third summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on

Sri Lanka | President orders execution of four drug convicts

Sri Lanka’s president said yesterday that he has ordered the executions of four drug offenders who will be hanged in prison soon, amid alarm over drug-related

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