Crime | Mainland gambler finds ‘blue card’ much more convenient for casino visits

A 32-year-old mainland man has been accused of document forgery in a case that the Public Security Police Force (PSP) received in the form of a complaint

Motorcyclist dies in traffic accident involving suspected illegal driver

A 22-year-old woman died due to severe injuries resulting from a traffic accident that occurred in Cotai on Friday afternoon. According to the police report on the case,

Neto Valente favors a contested run for CE

The president of Macau Lawyers Association (AAM) Jorge Neto Valente said he favors having more than one candidate for the Chief Executive (CE) post in the

Catholic official visits the SAR

The Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples in the Roman Curia, Cardinal Fernando Filoni, has spent two days in Macau as part of

Mak Soi Kun asks for education system review

Lawmaker Mak Soi Kun has asked the government whether Macau’s education system needs to be reviewed, in view of the fact that several school bullying cases have been

TEDxSenadoSquare | Organizers hoping for 2020 return

Nine speakers from fields such as education, philosophy, music and conservation shared their stories, projects and ideas to an enthusiastic and young crowd at the first TEDxSenadoSquare, held on

Casinos and regulator join hands against money exchange gangs

Last week, the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) met with 14 representatives of the six gaming concessions for a discussion on matters concerning illegal money exchange

China-US trade war | 44 percent of foreign companies in southern China shifting investment elsewhere

As the China-U.S. trade dispute continues to deepen, polarized opinions have emerged concerning its impact on the economies of Guangdong and Macau. There is an

Hengqin to have supporting role in Macau’s Lusophone charms

Portuguese- speaking countries will play a key role in the future of Macau, as outlined in the Greater Bay Area Plan of the Central Government of

Two killed in HK bus crash

A double-decker bus has crashed into a broken-down truck at the entrance to a harbor tunnel in Hong Kong, killing the drivers of both vehicles. Along with the two

Gaming | Caesars gives Icahn three board seats, making sale likelier

Caesars Entertainment Corp. gave Carl Icahn three seats on its board, putting the billionaire in position to influence the choice of a new chief executive officer

Xi firmly in charge as country turns to legislative season

A year since effectively making himself China’s leader for life, Xi Jinping appears firmly in charge, despite a slowing economy, a trade war with the United States

Acclaimed hip-hop dance crew Jabbawockeez debut first-ever Macau residency at MGM Cotai

Billed as the world’s most influential dance crew, the Jabbawockeez made their debut at the group’s first-ever Macau residency at the MGM Theater on Saturday night

Gov’t accuses US of ‘double standard’ over Huawei claims

A Chinese government spokesman took issue yesterday with U.S. claims that telecoms giant Huawei Technologies poses a threat to other countries’ information security because of Chinese laws.

Rights lawyer returns home after 2-year sentence

A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer who recently completed a two-year prison sentence on national security charges has returned to his parents’ home in central China after he briefly

Beijing said to plan USD90b cut in VAT for manufacturers

China is planning to cut the value-added tax rate that covers the manufacturing sector by 3 percentage points as part of measures to support the slowing

Indonesia and Australia sign pact eliminating many tariffs

Indonesia and Australia signed a free trade agreement yesterday that will eliminate many tariffs, allow Australian-owned hospitals to operate in the giant Southeast Asian country and increase

Diplomacy | Seoul calls for three-way talks after Trump-Kim collapse

South Korea has proposed semiofficial three-way talks with the United States and North Korea as it struggles to put nuclear diplomacy back on track after the collapse

Australia | Man admits killing Airbnb guest over $149 bill

A man admitted in an Australian court on yesterday that he choked an Airbnb guest to death over an unpaid AUD210 Australian dollar (USD149) bill. Jason Colton

Hollywood | Spielberg’s push against Netflix at the Oscars hits a nerve

When Steven Spielberg speaks about the business of Hollywood, everyone generally listens and few dissent. But reports that he intends to support rule changes that could

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