Gaming | Massachusetts: MGM signs deal with Red Sox, just miles from Wynn’s encore

U.S. baseball team the Boston Red Sox have announced a multi-year agreement with MGM Resorts International that will see the casino operator’s logo placed around Fenway Park,

Carl Icahn boosts stake in Caesars by 50 percent

Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital, the two private equity giants that controlled Caesars Entertainment Corp. for a decade, sold half their stake in the

Consultation on alcohol age restriction expected in April

The Health Bureau (SSM) has proposed that the minimum age for the purchase of alcohol be set at 18 years old, as announced at a press

Commission finalizes ballot paper design for CE election

The basic design of the ballot papers for the Chief Executive Election Committee member poll will remain mostly the same as the layout used in the 2014 election.

Ask the Vet | Total dog health: the comprehensive guide

Complete dog health is a combination of key elements including nutrition, supplementation, and preventatives. Not only do these key elements integral to your dog›s overall health, but they also

Illegal drivers | 600 march against mutual license recognition scheme

As many as 600 people marched the streets of Macau on Saturday afternoon calling on the government and Chief Executive (CE) Chui Sai On to

Arts | Poetry bridges to take center stage at Script Road

For the first time, The Script Road – Macau Literary Festival has chosen a central theme for this year’s program – poetry - which kicks off this week.

Briefs | Overpass planned for Amizade roundabout

The Advisory Committee has supported the plan to build an overpass at Amizade roundabout. During a meeting on Friday, the committee discussed two plans for the overpass and

Young women less inclined than men to want children

Local women between 26 and 35 years old have a lower inclination to want to have children than their male counterparts, according to a recent survey

Putting Cape Verde on the map

Visitor numbers to Cape Verde are continuing to grow year-on- year but there are fears that the focus on all-inclusive hotels restricts the development of local restaurants,

Hong Kong Central bank steps in to defend peg for first time since August

Hong Kong’s de facto central bank bought the local dollar for the first time since August after the city’s exchange rate fell to the weak

China’s GDP growth pace was inflated for nine years, study finds

China over-reported its economic growth between 2008 and 2016 by an average of 1.7 percentage points, according to a recent study by researchers at the Chinese

Japan | Banks will finally stop using a piece of 1800s tech

It has taken more than a century, but Japanese banks are finally parting ways with a piece of technology that hasn’t felt cutting edge since the

Corporate Bits | Jordan Chan to perform at the venetian

Hong Kong singer and actor Jordan Chan will perform at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena on April 6 for the “Jordan Chan Stop Angry Tour in Macao.” Tickets go on

60 years after Dalai Lama fled, Beijing defends Tibet policies

China is defending its often-criticized rule in Tibet 60 years after the Dalai Lama fled into exile amid an abortive uprising against Chinese control, saying those who

Kazakh activist campaigning against Chinese camps arrested

A prominent activist campaigning for the release of ethnic Kazakhs caught in a sweeping crackdown on Muslims in China has been arrested in the Kazakh city of Almaty,

Tariff war | Official affirms pledge to avoid devaluation for trade

China’s central bank governor yesterday affirmed an official promise to avoid manipulating its currency to boost exports, an issue he said American and Chinese negotiators discussed

Religious crackdown | Protest issued on US criticism of policies

China has issued a protest over remarks the U.S. ambassador-at- large for international religious freedom made criticizing Beijing’s polices toward Muslim and Tibetan Buddhist minorities and saying

Minister promises ‘all necessary measures’ to defend companies

China’s foreign minister promised “all necessary measures” to defend Chinese companies and citizens abroad amid legal clashes between tech giant Huawei and Washington. Recent legal action

Elections | North Korea goes to polls to rubber-stamp parliament lineup

Millions of North Korean voters, including leader Kim Jong Un, went to the polls on yesterday to elect a new lineup of roughly 700 members

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