Ka-Hó rehab hospital opens

The rehabilitation hospital at Ka-Hó was officially opened yesterday by Chief Executive Chui Sai On and Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam. The new facility is

Gaming | Poor on paper, March is strongest month so far

Gross gaming revenue dipped 0.4 percent year-on- year in March, rounding out the quarter with a 0.5 percent contraction in the latest sign of market stabilization.

April Fools’ Day and Madonna

The prank created a lot of buzz on our Facebook page, with some readers spotting the joke right away and commenting with wisecracks on the “news”

Special education | Parents left with few options

Parents of children with special needs – particularly English- speaking children - are left with very few options when their children do not meet the acceptance

Sports return to Tap Seac with Macau Squash Open 2019

The Macau Squash Open is returning from April 10 to 14 with a strong line-up of athletes from 17 countries and regions competing for the USD50,000 prize and title.

Crime | Airport security breaches still unexplained, say police

Security breaches at the Macau International Airport allowed at least two people to access the facility’s restricted areas, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) revealed during yesterday’s

Briefs | HK’s Carrie Lam digging in over extradition

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is refusing to back down after fugitive Joseph Lau’s legal challenge to a proposed extradition plan on Monday. The plan will allow

Tourism | Guangdong will bar Macau re-entry for 60 days, despite new measure

Mainland visitors to Macau will not be permitted to re-enter the SAR from Guangdong Province within a 60-day period dating from their last departure under the new

Great times | A Chef Shares His Secrets

Have you ever watched a chef’s tv show, and been inspired by the way he or she creates the most delicious dishes? But what if you could watch a celebrity

Kim Jong Nam | Vietnam woman pleads guilty to lesser charge in murder case

A Vietnamese woman who is the only suspect in custody for the killing of the North Korean leader’s half brother pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in a Malaysian

Chronology of key events in the killing of Kim Jong Nam

Two Southeast Asian women were the only suspects charged with murder after an outcast from North Korea’s ruling family was poisoned with VX nerve agent at a Kuala

Tycoon challenges Hong Kong bid to ease extraditions to China

Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau has filed a court challenge against proposed extradition law changes that would make it easier to transfer fugitives between the city,

Gaming | Sports betting revenue projection was USD11.5m. So far? $150k

Casinos in Rhode Island lost nearly USD900,000 (MOP7.28 million) on sports betting in February after winning bets for the Super Bowl and other professional sports were

Corporate Bits | MGM stops using single-use plastics

MGM has removed all single-use plastics from its restaurants and replaced them with environmentally-friendly alternatives, the gaming operator announced in a statement. Last year, MGM said that it

Beijing announces trade concessions as Liu He heads to US

The Chinese government said it will extend a suspension of retaliatory tariffs on U.S. autos and include the opioid fentanyl in a list of controlled substances, two

SOUTH CHINA SEA | Philippines protests ‘swarming’ of Chinese boats near island

The Philippines has protested the presence of more than 200 Chinese vessels that were sighted from January to March near a Philippine-occupied island in the disputed

Premier meets New Zealand’s leader amid 5G dispute

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang urged New Zealand to provide a “fair, transparent, convenient” investment environment in a meeting yesterday with the country’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern,

23 children sickened in suspected poisoning

A kindergarten teacher has been arrested in eastern China after 23 students were sickened in a suspected act of deliberate poisoning, police said yesterday. The teacher, identified by

Taipei protests China jets crossing center of Taiwan Strait

Taiwan said yesterday that its planes warned off Chinese military aircraft that crossed the center line in the Taiwan Strait, and called China’s move a provocation

New Japan era to be called ‘Reiwa,’ or pursuing harmony

The era of Japan’s next emperor, which begins May 1, will be named “Reiwa,” connoting pursuit of harmony, the government said yesterday after selecting the phrase

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