Grand Prix | Macau companies support return of Flörsch to Guia

After a lengthy drama that saw several steps forward and backward, German driver Sophia Flörsch has finally announced that she will be contesting this year’s Macau Grand Prix (GP). Although this

Tourism regulator to diversify visitor options

The range of options for tourists seeking to travel to Macau is widening due to several strategies, said director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), Maria Helena de Senna

Ask the Vet | Right diet for Hedgehogs

More and more people in Macau are getting Hedgehogs as pets because they small and easy to keep, but I strongly suggest before buying a hedgehog you need to know

TrailHiker holds 10th edition with series of eco action initiatives

The 10th MGM Macau Eco TrailHiker was held this weekend with about 2,600 participants in 650 teams competing in three race categories including the 10km Fun Course, 20km and 30km

Gaming | GGR plunges 3.2% despite recording strongest month

  Macau’s gross gaming revenue recorded a 3.2% year-on-year decrease in October to MOP26.43 billion ($3.28 billion), according to official data released on Friday, recording its highest level in 12 months. Gross

Briefs | Academic encourages gov’t to publicize domestic violence review

  Cecilia Ho, scholar of social work, thinks the government should allow public access to the entire text of the review report on the implementation of the Domestic Violence Law. The

Crime | Police arrest 60 people

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) and the Judiciary Police (PJ) conducted two separate operations in Cotai over the past weekend and arrested more than 60 people. The operations were conducted

Two women trapped in casino investment scam, lost 4 million patacas

Two non-local women reported a total loss of more than 4 million patacas after falling victim to a casino VIP lounge investment scam, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported last Friday. One

CE in Beijing for GBA Development Leaders Group

Chief Executive (CE) Chui Sai On will this week be participating in a series of visits to the Mainland which includes participation in the third plenary meeting of the Guangdong-Hong

Macau Xi-Trump meeting buzz mounts

The Xi Jinping meeting with Donald Trump “will be held in Macau,” sources familiar with the matter told the Times yesterday, despite the Foreign Ministry of China insisting it is

Customs launches Easy Clearance for cargo

Macao Customs Service has introduced a smart clearance system across Macau’s borders hoping to promote modern and accessible customs clearance measures to all relevant parties. Aiming at efficiencies in the use

Central Book Stack relocates to Pac On, reservation services suspended

The Central Book Stack from the Macao Public Library is being relocated from its current location at the Avenida do Almirante Lacerda to the new Multifunctional Government Building at Pac

Urban planner thinks Pearl Horizon lot should be redone

Urban planner Lam Iek Chit criticized the draft of the Pearl Horizon substitute housing as “rudimentary” and should be redone. Lam, a member of the Lam Iek Chit Urban Planning Commission,

China vows bolstered legal measures over protests

China vowed to prevent foreign powers from interfering in Hong Kong’s affairs and carrying out acts of “separatism, subversion, infiltration and sabotage.” The latest broadside against alleged foreign backing of anti-government

Hong Kong | Riot police storm malls to thwart more protests

Riot police stormed several malls in Hong Kong yesterday in a move to thwart more pro-democracy protests, as the city’s leader prepares for talks in Beijing on deepening economic integration

Technology | Fitbit buy is Google’s latest step into gadgetry

Google’s acquisition of wearable pioneer Fitbit may be a bold plunge into health and fitness technology. But it’s also just the latest step in the internet giant’s often-halting effort to

GEG to hold ninth edition of youth program

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) collaborated with the Macau Management Association to organize the GEG Youth Achievement Program (YAP), providing training opportunities for nearly 3,000 participants. The gaming operator held the award

Sands China donates MOP200,000 to Caritas Macau

  A group of approximately 100 Sands Cares Ambassadors volunteered at the 50th Caritas Macau Charity Bazaar at Nam Van Lake Nautical Centre during the weekend by manning a game booth

Trump absent, ASEAN charts path for trade bloc led by China

Leaders from fast-growing Southeast Asian economies, China and other regional powers vowed yesterday to transcend conflicts over trade policies and territorial disputes for the sake of stronger economies and regional

Trade war | Economy struggles as consumers tighten belts

With home sales crashing, real estate agent Zhang Yonggang is tightening his belt, part of a plunge in Chinese consumer demand that is a bigger threat to economic growth than

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