Breaking News: China to ‘crack down’ on cross-border gambling; warns against online betting during CNY

Mainland Chinese authorities have urged Chinese nationals who are involved in cross-border gambling activities to turn themselves in, according to a notice co-drafted by the Supreme People’s Court, the Supreme

GEG brings CNY blessings to the elderly of Tung Sin Tong

Committed to promoting “a harmonious and inclusive community,” Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) has been organizing different activities “to spread love and care to different sectors of society,” a press release

Shopkeeper left confused over legalities after IAM fine

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has allegedly left a shop owner puzzled with regard to the legal procedures with which residents must abide while cleaning the exterior of their properties. The

Briefs | Qingmao port expected to open in 2h of 2021

Qingmao Port, another immigration facility located next to the Border Gate, is expected to be operational in the second half of this year, according to Secretary for Security Wong Sio

Control mechanism for property acquisition in the mainland created

The government has created a control mechanism for property acquisition in the mainland aiming to prevent the deception of local residents when buying property across the border, the Economic and

Stranded migrants | Advisor urges gov’t to subsidize dismissed workers to return home

The deputy-coordinator of the advisory body of the central district, Jacky Chui Ming Man, has urged the local government to fund flights for stranded blue card workers who want to

SARs-CoV-2 | Two Tokyo returnees tested positive for antibodies

Two local residents who returned to Macau on a flight from Tokyo have tested positive for SARs-CoV-2 antibodies, according to a statement released yesterday by the Novel Coronavirus Response and

Gov’t urges civil servants to avoid travel

The government is urging civil servants to avoid traveling during the upcoming Chinese New Year due to the new outbreak in the neighboring regions. In an announcement, the Novel Coronavirus Response and

Hotel operation law | Properties on non-hotel-zoned land allowed to continue operation

The local government has proposed new changes to the rules governing hotel operations. The new rules specifically concern hotels situated on land that is not designated for hotel operation, according

A slice of London on Cotai Strip expected to be a boon: experts

Much-anticipated resort The Londoner Macao is set to roll out the red carpet to commemorate its first phase opening on February 8, strategically scheduled in time for Lunar New Year.

Pereira Coutinho concerned about local internet service

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho is concerned about the quality of the Internet service in Macau, he noted in a written inquiry submitted earlier this month to the government. Under discussion is

Top court in favor of temporary residency cancelation of cross-border workers

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has ruled in favor of government authorities that had canceled the temporary residency permits of two people who were working in Macau but living

Sheldon G. Adelson | The man who successfully turned his vision for Cotai to reality

The passing last month of Sheldon Adelson, Las Vegas Sands’ and Sands China’s founder, chairman and CEO, provides an opportunity to reflect on his company’s impact on the development of

Covid 19 | WHO team in Wuhan says discussions open, meetings frank

World Health Organization investigators looking for clues into the origin of the coronavirus in the central Chinese city of Wuhan said that the Chinese side has provided a high level

Taiwan opens trade office in Guyana in diplomatic effort

Taiwan has established a trade office in the South American country of Guyana, a diplomatic win for the island that has continued to lose allies in an aggressive poaching campaign

Human rights, Covid at issue one year before Beijing Olympics

Building elaborate venues for Beijing’s 2022 Winter Olympics is the easy part for China, just as it was for the city’s Summer Olympics in 2008. The competition venues are ready,

This day in history | 1974 Newspaper heiress kidnapped

The daughter of the millionaire American publisher, Randolph Hearst, has been kidnapped. Patty Hearst, aged 19, was with her fiancé, Steven Weed, in her flat in Berkeley, California, at 2100 local

Diplomacy | Australian prime minister says he invited Biden Down Under

Australia’s prime minister said he invited President Joe Biden to visit in September during a “very warm and engaging” phone call between the two leaders yesterday. “He sees the Australia-U.S. relationship

Taste Of Edesia | Raising the bar 

Imbued with a New York heritage synonymous with the St. Regis brand, St. Regis Bar is well known to spoil guests with specially crafted artisan cocktails and beverages, a menu

Macau Racing Tips | The Buffalo 1050 Sand 2021-02-05 | Fri | 20:15

There is a sand freak in this race; he never performed well on turf but on the sand track he can put his best foot forward and fly Yes I

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