Gov’t denies Chui ready to head new investment firm

The government has denied media reports that Chief Executive Chui Sai On is expected to head a new investment firm after he leaves office.

Crime | Boutique owner charged with underage sex

A 30-year-old man has been charged with having sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported. The PJ told a special press conference

Possible tropical storm to enter South China Sea

A tropical cyclone that is expected to begin incubating in the South China Sea this week, may affect Macau even as its current trajectory will take it close

Ask The Vet | Upper respiratory infection in cats

A feline upper respiratory infection (or URI) is an infection in the upper respiratory tract of your cat and involves areas such as the nose, throat and the sinus area.

Trump displeased with Macau’s ‘developing country’ status

American President Donald Trump has accused the Macau SAR and six others among the world’s 10 wealthiest economies of obtaining unfair advantages in international trade

DSAL stresses the law protects non-residents after work accidents

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) has reaffirmed that non-resident workers (TNR) who are victims of work accidents in Macau are fully protected by the local laws.

MGM Resorts promises decision on properties by autumn, shares rise

Jim Murren, chief executive officer of MGM Resorts International, has worked hard to please his cranky shareholders. He’s cut costs, eliminating more than 1,000 jobs.

Briefs | Ho Yin garden planned for patriotic education

The Sculpture Park of the Chinese Ethnics has been relocated to Ho Yin garden, with the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) planning to open the new park to the

Lisboa Palace opening pushed into late-2020

Macau gaming operator SJM Holdings may be planning to delay the completion and opening dates of its under-construction integrated resort in Cotai. First reported by Hong

Bets off for Macau as VIPs feel trade war crunch

Even with the old adage never bet against the house, the odds are beginning to look a bit stacked against Macau’s gaming stocks. It’s been a

Fugitive extradition | Portugal’s bar warns agreement might be unconstitutional

The Portuguese Bar Association (OA) has expressed several concerns over the agreement signed between the governments of Portugal and the Macau SAR over the delivery

Macao Franchise Expo organizers say space left to grow

The Macao Franchise Expo 2019 came to a close yesterday, having attracted nearly 180 exhibitors in the retail, food and beverage, and consulting services sectors.

Security force college to offer Master’s and PhD degrees

The Higher School of the Public Security Force of Macau (ESFSM) has been given the green light to offer Master’s and PhD Degrees, according to

Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters in residential area

Hong Kong demonstrators and police clashed for a second straight day as the city’s China-backed government struggles to quell growing discontent and amid violent clashes that

Singapore is spending big to future-proof its slowing economy

Singapore rose to be one of the world’s most advanced cities by using its position as a trading hub to attract technology and investment. Now, caught

Trade | US-China talks set to resume as neither seems eager for a deal

Almost three months after their trade talks broke down in acrimony, Chinese and American negotiators meet again in Shanghai this week amid tempered expectations for breakthroughs in their

Taiwan election a choice between peace or crisis, KMT’s Han saysmdtimes-300×200

Taiwan’s election will be an opportunity for voters to choose cross-strait peace or crisis, said Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu, who was nominated as the presidential

S. Koreans, Russians returned days after boat drifts to N. Korea

Two South Koreans and 15 Russians returned to South Korea yesterday, following 10 days of detention in North Korea after their fishing boat drifted into North

Myanmar holds repatriation talks with Rohingya refugees

A Myanmar government delegation has met with representatives of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh to discuss creating conditions for their safe repatriation, officials

Philippines | Duterte halts lotteries amid alleged corruption

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the indefinite closure of popular lotteries run by the government’s sweepstakes agency due to alleged massive corruption and said even

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