Crime | Woman restrained in shocking knife incident

A woman was restrained by a man believed to have been brandishing a small knife for about half an hour on Saturday night at a food outlet

MP investigates three loan sharks for murder

Three loan sharks from Mainland China, aged 29 to 34 years old, have been transferred to the Public Prosecution Office (MP) for further investigation. They allegedly killed

Ask the Vet | Senior dog food: Age specific formulas

In order to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle for your pet, owners must know what to look for in senior dog food to suit their animal’s

Sport | Macau’s lower football leagues to run foreigner-less

In a change enacted by the Macau Football Association (MFA) and enforced for the first time this season, the teams competing in the lower leagues

Health | Two more cases of Rubella discovered

Macau’s health authority has informed that two new cases of Rubella were discovered on May 3, bringing the total number of recorded incidents of the disease

Briefs | WHO regional director meets with Chui

Dr Takeshi Kasai, the Regional Director for the Western Pacific of the World Health Organization, recently visited Macau and met with Chief Executive Chui Sai On. During his visit,

Gaming | South Shore Holdings demotes CEO, said to be scouting buyer

Walt Power has been removed from his position as CEO and executive director of South Shore Holdings Limited (SSH) to be placed in a non-executive director role. It is a

Parq Vancouver misses debt payment as casino seeks to refinance

Luxury casino Parq Vancouver’s parent company missed an interest payment on a second- lien loan as it struggles to refinance debt taken on to build one of

Atlantic City’s Ocean Casino is finally making money

A perennially challenged Atlantic City casino will finally turn a profit this month and chart the way forward under the ownership of a New York hedge fund.

Gaming sector to require over 7,000 more employees by 2020

The Talent Development Committee has forecast that the gaming industry will need some 7,525 additional gaming employees of primarily high-ranking position and mid- level managers by 2020.

Mapping a new city | The Hengqin we see from Macau

According to the Hengqin new district city master plan 2014-2020, the under-construction city to Macau’s west will be divided into 10 sections, each with its own

Hong Kong | Best stock rally since 2015 is now under threat

Hong Kong stocks’ best start to a year since 2015 may be put to the test this month as the benchmark gauge struggles at a key

Foreign tour operators visit cities of the Greater Bay

Tour operators from Asia, the Americas, Europe, Australia and Russia have visited cities in the Greater Bay to familiarize themselves with these destinations and explore opportunities

Shenzhen to build 7,000 5G stations

Southern China’s technology powerhouse Shenzhen is expected to build about 7,000 5G base stations this year, local authorities said over the weekend. The city also plans to

NASCAR data deal could lead to more bets

NASCAR is making its first big play in the world of expanded legal sports betting, hoping a sports data partnership will lead to gamblers being able to

Corporate bits | Sands China’s responsible gaming program continues

Through its Responsible Gaming Ambassador advanced training program, Sands China is continuing its effort to raise employees’ responsible gaming awareness and skills. The training program

Xinjiang | Mass surveillance more sophisticated than thought

A mobile app used by police to track citizens in China’s far west region of Xinjiang shows how some of the country’s biggest technology companies are linked

Supporters of billionaire’s accuser decry censorship

More recently, the writer in southern China has focused on the country’s growing #MeToo movement. He drew attention to several sexual assault cases, and collected money

North Korea | Kim oversees missile firing drills, tells troops to be alert

North Korean state media yesterday showed leader Kim Jong Un observing live-fire drills of long-range multiple rocket launchers and what appeared to be a new

Thailand | Newly crowned king grants titles on second day of rituals

Thailand’s newly crowned King Maha Vajiralongkorn yesterday performed the second day of coronation activities, granting new titles to members of the royal family in front

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