Crime Dead chips scheme leads to HKD18 million in losses

A 61-year-old “dead chips” broker from the mainland has reported losses of HKD18.25 million from a scheme in Macau organized with a friend from the mainland, the

Ruins of St. Paul’s | Diocese upset over projection of political symbols

The Catholic Diocese of Macau has expressed its disappointment over the projection of political symbols on the façade of the Ruins of St. Paul’s in celebration of

Gaming | Gross gaming revenue touches lowest level in a year

Macau gross gaming revenue touched the lowest level in a year last month, but nevertheless registered growth in what has been a mostly red year.

Golden Week visitors up 8.8% over first two days

Visitors to Macau have reportedly risen as much as 8.8% year-on-year over the first two days of Golden Week, according to data released yesterday by the

Visitors detoured from St. Paul’s Ruins due to crowdedness

The Public Security Police Force took measures to control the roads around the Ruins of St. Paul’s yesterday afternoon as the quantity of people trying to

Briefs | DSPA planning to experiment charging for domestic waste

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) plans to initiate a pilot project in regards to charging for domestic waste, according to the DSPA’s reply to lawmaker Sulu Sou’s interpellation.

Wynn Showcases an Art Spectacular to Enhance Cultural Tourism Experiences

Widely acknowledged for the inception and support of cultural and artistic activities of many stripes, Wynn is committed to promoting and popularising art and culture in

Cross-border traffic rose to 458,500 trips

Cross-border vehicular traffic in August increased by 10.9% year-on-year to 458,500 trips, according to data issued by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). Vehicular

CESL Asia acquires Monte do Pasto in 37.5m euro deal

The CESL Asia - Investments and Services Limited group has formalized the acquisition of the Monte do Pasto Group, located in the Portuguese municipalities of Cuba

Macao Foundation takes on social governance in Macau Inc.

Also in this edition are two interviews about the latest scientific projects by higher education providers the Macau University of Science and Technology and the University

Election controversy | Complaint filed against Pereira Coutinho over possible violation

The Socialist Party of the Republic of Portugal has filed a complaint with the country’s National Election Commission about a suspected violation by Macau lawmaker José Pereira

Guangdong wants to train 200,000 domestic helpers

The Guangdong government is seeking to cooperate with Macau and Hong Kong’s domestic helper service organizations in order to train as many as 200,000 domestic helpers

Hong Kong Teen shot by cops charged with rioting, attacking police

The teenager who was the first victim of police gunfire in Hong Kong’s months-long pro-democracy protests was charged yesterday with rioting and attacking police. The shooting

HK to enact rare emergency rule for mask ban

Hong Kong will use an emergency ordinance for the first time in more than a half a century in order to ban face masks at public gatherings, according

Paddy Power owner in $6 billion deal to create global betting giant

Flutter Entertainment Plc, the owner of gambling brands Paddy Power and Betfair, agreed to buy The Stars Group Inc. in a $6 billion all-share transaction that aims to exploit opportunities

Corporate Bits | ‘Sing! China’ returns to The Venetian Macao

China’s hit reality TV show Sing! China returned to The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena on September 28, 2019 for a concert that will be broadcast as an episode on national

Duty-free job cuts expose Singapore’s sensitivity

DFS Group Ltd.’s job cuts in Singapore have prompted a rebuke from the city-state’s authorities, shining a spotlight on how handling retrenchments are a delicate matter in the country that’s

China-Australia rift deepens as Beijing tests overseas sway

Australia’s ban on Chinese telecoms giant Huawei’s involvement in its future 5G networks and its crackdown on foreign covert interference are testing Beijing’s efforts to project its power overseas. In its

Analysis | China parades its latest missiles in challenge to US, others

Military planners in Washington and elsewhere will be taking note of new missile technology displayed by China, particularly a hypersonic ballistic nuclear missile believed capable of breaching all existing anti-missile

North Korea hails sub-based missile that raises security stakes

North Korea called the first test of its new submarine-launched ballistic missile a major boost for its national security, saying it strengthens its hand to defend itself against adversaries. Yesterday’s report

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