Gaming | May Day GGR expected to be at 40-50% of pre-pandemic levels: JP Morgan

The gross gaming revenue (GGR) during the five-day May Day holiday from May 1 to 5 is expected to reach 40% to 50% of 2019 levels, also considered as pre-pandemic

May golden week | 167,000 travelers recorded with tourism sector upbeat for strong recovery

Macau had welcome a total of 167,000 visitors during the five-day May Day holiday — with the average daily tourist tally standing high at 33,000 — representing a promising rebound,

MGTO director confident in summer holiday performance

Considering the tourism heat during the past May 1 long holiday period, Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) expressed her confidence in tourism

IC defends initial green light for antique customs tear-down

With an antique customs facility described as representing high national education value saved from danger at the last minute, Mok Ian Ian, president of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) insisted

SSM targeted with cyberattacks over the weekend

Several cyberattacks to the Health Bureau (SSM) computer system were recorded last Friday and Saturday, the SSM acknowledged in several statements to the media. The attacks caused several disruptions to the

Briefs | SMG forecasts ‘very hot’ weather today

  The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) warned that it is expected to be “very hot” in the city today, and that the maximum temperature will be 33 degrees Celsius or

Third stimulus | Majority prefers consumption card option, 83,000 registered

A total of 83,000 Macau residents registered for the third round of government stimulus through electronic consumption on the first day. From those, approximately 43,000 residents preferred to register to

IC reports unauthorized car entry in St Paul’s Ruins churchyard to PSP

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has reported the unauthorized entry of a vehicle in the area of Ruins of St. Paul (Mother of God church) churchyard to the Public Security

Residential | 91% of Iao Hon residents in favor of rebuilding housing estates

Residents of old residential buildings in Iao Hon are in favor of rebuilding the housing blocks, a survey conducted by the Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR) shows. On supporting the redevelopment

Transmac suspends driver over unsafe driving

The Transportes Urbanos de Macau S.A.R.L (Transmac) has issued a statement noting the suspension of a driver involved in an incident widely spread on social media. In the statement released on

Woman found dead in Cotai resort, PJ suspects murder

A 50-year-old female resident from the mainland has been found dead in a hotel room of an integrated resort in Cotai on Friday afternoon, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported. The alert

Stronger GBA wealth tie via new scheme is on the horizon

The long-anticipated cross-border investment pilot scheme entitled “Wealth Management Connect” — enabling residents in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) to purchase cross-boundary wealth management products distributed by the region’s banks

Sinopharm vaccine Gets WHO backing, facilitating broader use

China’s Sinopharm Group Co. won World Health Organization backing for its Covid-19 vaccine, paving the way for a wider rollout of the shot in countries scrambling for immunizations. The WHO listed the vaccine

EU, India try again to clinch trade deal, sidelining China

The European Union and India agreed Saturday to restart negotiations on a bilateral free trade deal, eight years after their first attempt failed and as both sides seek alternatives to

Space | Agency says debris from long March rocket landed in Indian Ocean

Remains of a huge Chinese rocket have landed in the Indian Ocean amid global concern the country’s space program lost control of a giant chunk of debris. Pieces of the Long

This day in history | 1994 Mandela becomes SA’s first black president

Nelson Mandela has become South Africa’s first black president after more than three centuries of white rule. Mr Mandela’s African National Congress (ANC) party won 252 of the 400 seats in

Washington Post says US secretly obtained reporters’ records

The Trump Justice Department secretly seized the phone records of three Washington Post reporters who covered the federal investigation into ties between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, the

Politics | UK polls spark Scottish debate, hurt Johnson’s opposition

The battle for the future of Scotland has begun after a dramatic set of British election results left the U.K. starkly divided. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party cemented its grip

Nine Super League clubs accept UEFA fines, three rebels face bans

Only nine of the 12 European clubs who launched an ill-fated bid to form a Super League have agreed to a peace deal with UEFA and accepted being fined millions

The Buzz | Street parties celebrate end of Spain’s state of emergency

Impromptu street celebrations erupted across Spain as the clock struck midnight on Saturday, when a six-month-long national state of emergency to contain the spread of coronavirus ended and many nighttime

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