Gaming | Ambrose So confirms overbridge linking Lisboa Palace, Wynn

An overpass bridge will be built in 2020 linking the integrated resorts Lisboa Palace and Wynn Palace, the chairman of the board of directors of SJM,

Complaining lifeguards fired, employer fined MOP230,000

A total of 24 lifeguards, who demonstrated against their employer’s unfair working conditions, were reportedly fired by their employer after their strike came under the spotlight of both the

MECC pledges promotion of Macau-EU relationship

The Macau European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) celebrated its fifth anniversary yesterday, pledging to further promote the relationship between Macau and the European Union. During

Trade and investment course held this weekend

The Institute of European Studies of Macau will launch the Pearl River Delta Academy of International Trade and Investment Law (PRAIA) 2018, beginning from today to

PLA takes part in counter-terror drill

The PLA Macau Garrison took part in a counter-terrorism drill code-named “Bright Dog” that was held yesterday at the East Asian Games Dome. The drill, which lasted

First cross-border mediation case settled

The Macau Consumer Council (CC) and the Consumer Association of Hengqin New Area of Zhuhai settled the first cross-border mediation case via a “Cross-border video mediation platform.” The

Art | Autumn Salon back, bigger than last year

Eighty-two works of art are on display this year at the Autumn Salon in different media forms  including oil painting, watercolor, drawing, sculpture, photography and

Group calls for more consumer wine events

A group, which organizes wine events, held a wine-tasting event for professionals on Wednesday, showcasing some 100 wines from the Setubal Peninsula. Nine wineries were present

Third IFFAM wants to draw younger audience

The 3rd International Film Festival and Awards – Macao (IFFAM), which will take place from December 8 to 14 in the region, is set to be presented

HKZMB shuttle bus operator complains about mainland elderly tour group

A Hong Kong-Zhuhai- Macau Bridge (HKZMB) shuttle bus operator is reporting losses due to a large number of mainland elderly one-day tour groups taking advantage of the discounted fare

Labor | Mandatory public holidays change proposal stirs opposition

The government is being urged to cancel the holiday shift proposal in the latest Labor Law amendment. Yesterday, lawmakers Ella Lei, Leong Sun Iok, and

Property price index remains stable

The overall residential property price index for the three-month period of July to September 2018 rose 0.2 percent compared to the previous period between June and August to

Real Estate Matters | Does your property pass the smell test?

Sam Lee is a marketing manager and property consultant at JML Property.  JML was established in 1994 and offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing

USA | Nevada upholds Buffett’s utility monopoly, boosts renewable goal

Nevada voters rejected a measure to let customers choose their own electricity provider by 2023, preserving the near monopoly Warren Buffett’s NV Energy Inc. holds in the

Tencent is said to slash game marketing budget amid freeze

Tencent Holdings Ltd. is cutting the marketing budget of its gaming division as the business suffers through regulatory disruptions and a slowdown in the Chinese economy, according

Trade War | Exports to US tick up as traders try to beat tariffs

Growth in Chinese exports to the United States ticked up in October as traders rushed to beat a new tariff hike in a battle over Beijing’s

Taiwan commissions warships amid Beijing threat warnings

Taiwan’s president yesterday commissioned a pair of guided missile frigates that are expected to boost the island’s ability to counter Chinese submarines amid rising military threats from Beijing.

As ties thaw, Australia says it welcomes Chinese investment

The Australian government’s rejection of a Chinese bid to take over an energy infrastructure company does not indicate a change in the country’s openness to doing business

Pakistan | Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy freed, living in seclusion

A Christian woman acquitted after eight years on death row in Pakistan for blasphemy was released but her whereabouts in Islamabad yesterday remained a closely guarded secret in the

Myanmar | UN resolution would condemn abuses against Rohingyas

A draft U.N. resolution would strongly condemn the continuing “gross human rights violations and abuses” against Rohingya Muslims and urgently call on Myanmar’s government to end discrimination and provide

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