Ilha Verde Hill | CCAC says evidence supports Macau Diocese ownership

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has stated that there is strong evidence to show that the land plot at Ilha Verde Hill, which formed the core

GPDP issues first fine against cold call marketing

For the first time, the city’s Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP) has issued a fine for a case of random cold calling. Recently, the GPDP issued the

Five arrested for illegal lending

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has cracked down on a group for illegal lending, arresting five local residents, with still more to be believed on the run,

Civil Protection Bill continues to generate concern from all corners

The Civil Protection Bill, now being considered in detail by the First Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL), continues to raise concerns from all corners

Macau bested by 200 mainland cities on energy intensity

Macau is not an energy- friendly city by Chinese standards, suggests a recently released report showing the SAR was bested by more than 200 mainland cities

China to issue 2 billion renminbi in gov’t bonds

The Chinese Central Government will issue 2 billion renminbi-worth (USD290.6 million) of government bonds in Macau on July 4, according to a joint announcement yesterday by

GGCT stresses: travel alert is recommendation, not prohibition

Macau’s Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) issues travel warnings to countries and regions to serve only as recommendations, the Office stressed a day after it

Tourism | China reduces application fee for Macau travel document

China has reduced the application fees for its citizens who wish to apply for travel documents to Hong Kong and Macau, and for mainland Chinese passports, according to

Tycoon Richard Li’s FWD in talks to buy MetLife Hong Kong

FWD Group is in advanced talks to buy MetLife Inc.’s Hong Kong insurance unit in what would be the latest in a string of acquisitions by the

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam sees popularity plunge after historic protests

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam saw her approval rating plunge 9 percentage points in a month, as her bid to ease extraditions to China prompted

Shenzhen | Record land sale underscores China’s housing demand

Chinese developers are betting property curbs will eventually be loosened after splashing out for land in Shenzhen. A sale of five plots of residential land

Guangdong’s foreign trade sees modest rise

Foreign trade in south China’s Guangdong Province recorded a total of 2.71 trillion yuan (about MOP3.17 trillion or USD 393 billion) in the first five months of

Gaming | Caesars deal catapults underdog Eldorado to casino powerhouse

In the casino business, the minnow is swallowing the whale. Eldorado Resorts Inc.’s USD8.58 billion acquisition of Caesars Entertainment Corp. means an underdog from

Courts | Former student guilty in slaying of visiting Chinese scholar

Jurors deliberated less than 90 minutes before returning a guilty verdict yesterday in the federal death-penalty trial of a former University of Illinois doctoral student who

Trade War | Beijing criticizes possible US penalties against banks

China yesterday criticized Washington’s efforts to enforce U.S. law abroad following a news report three Chinese banks might be penalized over dealings with North Korea.

Himalayas | 30 tents abandoned by climbers add to trash pile on Everest

After every party it’s time to clean up and Mount Everest is no different. The record number of climbers crowding the world’s highest mountain this season

Singapore | Authorities probe drones at airport that disrupted 63 flights

Drones buzzing around Singapore’s Changi Airport have caused 63 flights to be delayed or diverted in the past week, triggering an investigation and raising questions about the

Cambodia | Court charges seven, including Chinese, in building collapse

A court in Cambodia said yesterday that seven people, including four Chinese nationals, have been charged with crimes related to a building collapse that killed 28 construction

The Buzz | Report: Hackers using telecoms like ‘global spy system’

An ambitious group of state-backed hackers has been burrowing into telecommunications companies in order to spy on high-profile targets across the world, a U.S. cybersecurity firm said in

Iran sanctions | Acting Pentagon chief Esper on global stage amid crisis

With barely one day on the job, Acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper is heading to Europe to try to persuade reluctant and increasingly wary NATO allies

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