Covid-19 | MGM debuts casino outreach Covid vaccination action

The Health Bureau (SSM) is operating a two-day outreach vaccination action at the MGM Cotai yesterday and today as part of the former’s Covid-19 vaccination program. The resort operator revealed that

MGM expects growth in tourist arrivals during Summer Holiday

There will likely be a further increase in the tourist arrival count from the average 30,000 to 40,000 daily arrivals during the Summer Holiday, Kenneth Feng, president-cum-Chief Strategic and Financial

Tourism | April’s visitors slightly rose to 795,000

There was a rise in April visitor arrivals of 5.3% month-to-month to 794,819, totaling 2,533,247 tourist arrivals in the first four months of the year. According to data from the Statistics

Covid-19 | SSM director urges the population to ‘raise the guard’ once again

The director of the Health Bureau (SSM), Dr. Alvis Lo, has urged the population to return to high alert mode and “raise the guard once more” against Covid-19. The appeal was

Briefs | Security secretary admits Health Code hack investigation ‘difficult’

  While discussing the cyberattack on the Macau Health Code, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak admitted yesterday that the investigation is facing difficulties, as most attacks were conducted using foreign

TDM rejects alteration to editorial guidelines

Public broadcaster TDM has clarified that it will not alter its editorial guidelines, which had earlier stirred public controversy. In a reply to lawmaker Sulu Sou, the TDM Executive Committee confirmed

Architecture exhibition in Italy showcases Macau’s urban life

The “17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia – Exhibits from Macau, China” has launched in Venice, presenting a picture of cross-border life in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area. In

Local resident found lifeless during mountain run

  The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is following up on the local resident who passed away while on the Kailas Mountain Training Running Competition in Zhuhai. The deceased man was reportedly

Crime | Man arrested for allegedly committing sexual assault in elevator

A nearly 40-year-old man from mainland China was recently apprehended on allegations of committing sexual assault on a woman in a hotel elevator, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) announced

Fewer job vacancies in financial sector in Q1, English and Mandarin languages crucial

At the end of the first quarter (Q1) of this year, the number of job vacancies in the financial sector decreased significantly (-27.7%) year-on-year, a survey held by the Statistics

PSP summons drivers who posed danger on Friendship Bridge

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has summoned two drivers from Transmac and TCM following a video circulating on the internet that showed dangerous driving on the Friendship Bridge. The authority

World’s supply of chips is in danger unless Taiwan gets vaccines

Back in February, as the world was beating a path to Taiwan’s door for help to tackle a shortage of semiconductors, the health minister got into a scrap with China over Covid-19

China to try Australian writer on espionage charges

Australia said its citizen Yang Hengjun will be tried by a Chinese court on espionage charges on Thursday amid deteriorating relations between the countries. Yang has been held since arriving in

This day in history | 1961 Kennedy pledges man on Moon

President John F Kennedy has called for millions of dollars to fund a space programme to get the first man on the Moon by 1970. In a speech to a joint

Samoa in crisis as elected leader locked out of Parliament

Samoa was plunged into a constitutional crisis yesterday when the woman who won an election last month was locked out of Parliament and the previous leader claimed he remained in

Wynn participates in recent Macao Week in Jiangsu

Wynn recently partnered with the SAR government for the “Macao Week in Jiangsu” roadshow at Nanjing Confucius Temple. Located along Nanjing’s famous Pedestrian Street at the Confucius Temple, the roadshow

Sands China leads delegation to Hengqin

Sands China Ltd. recently led a diverse delegation of team members to Zhuhai, as part of the company’s ongoing professionalism training initiatives in the Greater Bay Area. The gaming operator organised

Gaming | Genting woes lay bare Covid’s impact on travel and leisure

More signs of strain are showing at the Genting group after its Hong Kong-listed cruise ship operator reported a record loss and warned about its ability to continue as a

Euro 2020 | Injured Ramos not included in Spain’s list for finals

Sergio Ramos was left off Spain’s squad for the European Championship yesterday following a season plagued by injuries. Spain coach Luis Enrique said Ramos’ lack of play recently made it difficult

The Buzz | Blinken off to Mideast to push peace talks after Gaza truce

Secretary of State Antony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players to build on last week’s Gaza cease-fire by laying the groundwork for an

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