IAM repainting to complete by year-end

The repainting of the Municipal Affairs Bureau’s (IAM) external wall is expected to be completed by the end of this year, according to José Maria da Fonseca Tavares,

Two Pearl River Delta ‘gastronomy cities’ sign memorandum

Macau has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Creative City of Gastronomy of Shunde, also in southern China’s Pearl River Delta area, to cooperate in

MGTO pledges to further promote Greater Bay tourism

Macau has pledged to encourage tourism development across the Greater Bay Area this year, with measures including expediting tourism integration with Hengqin and promoting multi-destination travel

Waterfront casinos prepare for peak typhoon season

Two waterfront casinos in Macau have fitted floodgates to their properties and introduced other protective measures to guard against typhoon-induced damage. The news, first reported by

Gaming | Wynn receives key approvals for Boston casino opening

Massachusetts gambling regulators have given Wynn Resorts key approvals for opening its nearly USD3 billion Boston-area casino. The state’s Gaming Commission authorized Wynn to conduct three

Macau airport adopts new landing procedure

Macau’s Civil Aviation Authority has adopted a procedure approved by the International Civil Aviation Organization that allows aircraft to continue their approach to the airport’s southward runway

Courts | TUI rules occasional technical support not illegal

The Court of Final Instance (TUI) has ruled that it is not illegal for non-local residents to provide occasional technical support in Macau under agreements between local and

Civil Servants Association | Secretary Alexis Tam urged to improve health, education

The Macau Civil Servants Association had a meeting with Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam to discuss several social affairs issues, including health, education

São João Festival: A growing ‘street party for all communities’

Scheduled for next weekend, the São João Festival promises to continue to bring the same traditional flavors, sounds, fun, and liveliness to the streets of the

Art Macao | Artists pleased their work ‘pushing people to think’

The two big heads on show at the Jorge Álvares Garden, as part of the Macao Art Festival, have provoked mixed reactions from the public.

Art Macao | SJM’s exhibition opens at Grand Lisboa

The Art Macao festival is now in full swing, with all casino-based exhibitions having been officially opened. Gaming operator SJM’s contribution, “ART. Appreciation. Legacy”, launched at

Hong Kong in limbo as extradition protests crisis deepens

Hong Kong’s legislature suspended meetings yesterday as leaders considered their next steps following violent clashes between police and protesters who oppose a bill that would

Organizers to regroup for Sunday March

Protest organizer the Civil Human Rights Front has called for a march this Sunday starting from 2:30 p.m., saying it had applied for a permit. It would originate

Chinese cyberattack hits messaging app during HK protest

An encrypted messaging app said yesterday that it was hit by a powerful cyberattack from China as a major protest unfolded in Hong Kong. The attack

Real Estate Matters | How many mortgage payments can I miss before foreclosure?

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US | Gambling and pot will help repair broken Illinois, Pritzker says

Bringing a massive casino to Chicago’s struggling neighborhoods and legalizing marijuana across Illinois is the price to pay for stabilizing the fiscal basket case that the

Taiwan | President Tsai gets party nod to run for reelection

Taiwan President Tsai Ingwen, a thorn in the side of China’s government because of her pro-independence views, sewed up the ruling party’s nomination yesterday to

Defense in trial of China scholar’s brutal death: He did it

A federal prosecutor yesterday told jurors in grisly detail that authorities believe a former University of Illinois doctoral student kidnapped a visiting scholar from China, and

Philippines | Protests sinking of boat in disputed waters

The Philippines’ top diplomat said yesterday he has filed a diplomatic protest after an anchored fishing boat was hit by a suspected Chinese vessel which

Australia | Former army lawyer in court over leak to media

A former Australian army lawyer charged with leaking secret documents to journalists said his prosecution was not about protecting national security but concealing “a national shame.”

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