Municipal Affairs Bureau to repaint headquarters

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) is repainting its headquarters at a cost of 1.26 million patacas to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Macau Special Administrative Region,


Located at the highest point of Guia Hill, next to the Guia Lighthouse, a mast is used for hoisting typhoon signals to warn the public about the severity of

Business veteran running in by-election

Wong Sai Man, a local business sector veteran, is running to fill the seat left vacant by Chief Executive-elect Ho Iat Seng, after the latter resigned

Public consultation on tidal barrier resumes today

The second phase of the public consultation on the environmental impact assessment for the construction of a tidal barrier in the Inner Harbor area starts today and

LRT law published, violations face fines of up to 10,000 patacas

The law that regulates the operations and procedures of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) was published on Monday in the government’s Official Gazette. The regulations establish hefty

Briefs | Sulu Sou asks gov’t to respect online poll results 

Lawmaker Sulu Sou submitted his interpellation to the SAR government, asking for the government to respect the results of the New Macau Association’s online poll on universal suffrage.

Gaming – Japan | Lui welcomes more city competition in casino race

The deputy chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd (GEG), Francis Lui, said that he welcomes more competition between cities in Japan, following the mayor of Yokohama’s

Six casino licenses are enough, says Ambrose So

Ambrose So, Chief Executive Officer of casino concessionaire Sociedade de Jogos de Macau (SJM), has recommended the next government to further diversify the economy. He also said the

Health Cases of imported dengue fever climb to 14

The Health Bureau (SSM) was notified yesterday of the diagnosis of an imported case of dengue fever in a 43-year-old male resident, who lives in Coloane and

Obituary | Celebrated Macanese figure Ritchie passes away

Alfredo Maria Sales Ritchie, a celebrated figure of the Macanese community, passed away on August 26 at the age of 73 after a long battle

Former mainland official says Shenzhen is not replacing HK

The former vice minister of the Foreign Trade Ministry of China, Long Yongtu, has said that many opinions have misinterpreted and misunderstood China’s recent proposal to

Briefs | Zhuhai: Promotional clip released to mark 39th year as SEZ

To mark its 39th anniversary as a special economic zone (SEZ), the neighboring city of Zhuhai has launched a three-minute promotional video telling the story of its growth

Analysis | Three ways China benefits from the Hong Kong protests

The summer of 2019 has seen week after week of protest in Hong Kong. The protests began June 9 when as many as a million

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam sees no need for Chinese troops to quell unrest

Hong Kong’s leader said her government can handle unrest without assistance from Chinese forces, and still wants to hold talks with protesters despite a flare up

Briefs | Saudi Arabia: Red Sea development seeks to raise $3.5 billion

The firm that’s transforming an archipelago, desert and mountains - an area about the size of Belgium - on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast into a global

Sovereign wealth fund | Norway wants to add up to $100 billion in US stocks

Norway’s wealth fund proposed overhauling its global holdings, calling for a shift away from Europe in a move that would allow it to boost its

GEG Internship Program Supports Local Talent Development

In support of the development of local talent, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) is offering young people the opportunity to gain work experience through the GEG Integrated Resort Internship

Rosé wine and dine offerings at MGM Macau

The highly anticipated Rosé Revolution festival will return to MGM Macau this September. To celebrate a month of rosé, MGM will present an array of rosé-themed food and wine offerings.

Australia concerned writer faces espionage charge in Guangzhou

The Australian government said yesterday it was “very concerned and disappointed” that a Chinese Australian writer had been formally arrested in China on suspicion of espionage.

Volvo’s Polestar opens Chengdu factory to export to Europe, US

Amid rising trade tension, Volvo’s electric brand, Polestar, is going ahead with plans to export its first Chinese-made model to the United States next year, the

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