Fuel and cash rumors cause long queues in town

Online rumors about cash and fuel withdrawal restrictions in the coming days led to long queues in town this week at banks and gas stations, as


The Chapel of São Miguel is found in São Miguel Arcanjo Cemetery, a Catholic cemetery located in the center of the city, close to Tap Seac Square. The

Aviation | Taiwan’s Starlux to run three daily flights to Macau in January

Six flights in and out of Macau will be added to the schedule from January 23, Taiwan’s Starlux Airlines announced yesterday at an event in Macau.

Gaming Mid-month checks show December GGR faring poorly

Mid-month channel checks indicate that pressure on Macau’s gambling sector will persist this December, with the data supporting predictions of a double-digit drop in gross gaming

Briefs | Three new judges step into office

Three new judges took oaths and stepped into office yesterday. José Maria Dias Azedo, who was previously a judge at the Court of Second Instance (TSI), will replace

Macau wins bronze at esports football tournament

Macau won a bronze medal at a high-profile international esports championship in Seoul last weekend, losing only one match to the eventual champion from Iran.

Rua da Barca kiosk to be replaced with automatic machine

The last operating post kiosk, which is located on Rua da Barca, will be replaced by an automatic postal machine after 2019, the Post and Communication Bureau has

CCTV Sports kicks off Macau television broadcasts

China television channel CCTV Sports was made available to viewers in Macau beginning yesterday. The launch of the new channel represents an increase in coverage of

HK insists detention of traveler to Macau ‘legal and justified’

Hong Kong’s acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung has urged the public not to read too much into the arrest of a Hong Kong man by Zhuhai police, arguing

Macau-bound visitors ditch ferry travel for HZMB

Six out of every 10 visitors from Hong Kong say they are dropping ferry travel to Macau in favor of the land route made possible by the delta-spanning

Briefs | Intercity railway connects Guangzhou, Dongguan, Shenzhen

The Guangzhou-Shenzhen Intercity Railway began its official operation on Sunday, joining the cities of Guangzhou, Dongguan and Shenzhen in a “one-hour economic circle”. Designed with a speed of

Matthew Cheung | Gov’t will not flinch in face of difficulties

Matthew Cheung, acting chief executive in Hong Kong, said yesterday that the local government will never flinch in the face of difficulties resulted from the months-long

HK economy limps into 2020 with fate tied to protests

Hong Kong’s economy ends the year wounded, with the chances for stabilization in 2020 hanging on whether future protests are peaceful or lapse back into violence.

Hong Kong | Protests led to $5 billion fund outflow, Bank of England says

Escalating protests this year have led to about $5 billion being pulled from investment funds in Hong Kong - raising the risk that strain in the

Hong Kong’s airlines face job cuts and even bankruptcies

Hong Kong’s airlines face the prospect of further job cuts and even bankruptcies as anti-Beijing protests continue to deter tourists from the city, adding to

GEG holds respectful workplace workshop with women’s association

Galaxy Entertainment Group and the Women’s General Association of Macau recently held a workshop for nearly 200 employees at Banyan Tree Macau, aiming to provide information on creating

Sands China takes trip to patriotic exhibition at Macau Forum

Over 40 Sands China employees enjoyed a guided tour of the Macau government’s new exhibition at the Macau Forum on Monday – “The Broad Waves of a Great

China and Russia urge UN to lift key North Korea sanctions

China and Russia are calling on the U.N. Security Council to terminate sanctions on key North Korean exports such as coal, iron, iron ore and textiles, “with the intent of

Woman gets 10 months for Chinese maternity tourism scheme

A Chinese woman was sentenced to 10 months in prison for running a business that helped pregnant women in China lie on visa forms and to immigration authorities so they

India | Students decry police as citizenship protests grow

Indian student protests that turned into violent clashes with police galvanized opposition nationwide yesterday to a new law that provides a path to citizenship for non-Muslim migrants who entered the

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