Police ban June 4 vigil on grounds of libel, defamation

In his capacity as a member of the Macau Union of Democratic Development, lawmaker António Ng Kuok Cheong announced that the Public Security Police Force (PSP) has banned the group’s

Labor bureau investigator sentenced for corruption

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has decided to uphold the judgment made previously by the Court of First Instance (TJB) to sentence a then-investigator with the Labour Affairs Bureau

TSI amends decision on the attack upon lawyer Jorge Menezes

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has ruled on an appeal filed by the assault victim, lawyer Jorge Menezes, amending a previous decision by the Court of First Instance (TJB)

Third Stimulus | Gov’t reminds retailers to maintain price stability on e-voucher launch

The SAR government reminds the business sector to abide by the regulations of the consumption subsidy scheme set to roll out on June 1. Recently, the Economic and Technological Development Bureau

Retail sales almost MOP19b in Q1

The value of the SAR’s retail sales for the first quarter totaled MOP18.75 billion, up 68% year-on-year, the region’s statistics department revealed yesterday. The latest report from the Statistics and Census

PJ finds three dead bodies, two at home

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has been called to investigate the discovery of three dead bodies in Macau in just over 24 hours, the PJ reported. According to the reports, two bodies

Number of admitted hospital patients decrease

The number of in-patients in local hospitals fell by 13.0% year-on-year to 54,000, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). With an increase in the number of in-patient

Briefs | Gov’t to study allowing anchored yacht off from Hac-Sa coast

  The Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) has agreed to study the possibility of allowing yachts to anchor off Hac-Sa Beach for leisure purposes. Director of the bureau, Wong Soi Man,

IC to host China Cultural and Natural Heritage Day activities 

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will host a series of activities as part of the “China Cultural and Natural Heritage Day” which will be held on June 12. The highlight of

G2E Asia | AI can improve experience for gaming guests, expert says

The combination of facial recognition cameras and Edge Artificial Intelligence (Edge AI) applications can help Integrated Resorts (IRs) better understand their guests and help them provide a service that caters

Distribution of cash subsidy wraps up

  The distribution work of 2021 Wealth Partaking Scheme has concluded five weeks earlier than it did last year. The distribution of the annual cash handout started on April 12 and concluded

Factory boss defiant as sanctions bite in Xinjiang

A backlash against reports of forced labor and other abuses of the largely Muslim Uyghur ethnic group in Xinjiang is taking a toll on China’s cotton industry, but it’s unclear

China denounces people’s tribunal on alleged Xinjiang abuses

China yesterday denounced plans for a people’s tribunal in Britain on allegations of genocide against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslim people in Xinjiang region. The spokesman for the northwestern region’s government,

Hong Kong | ‘Life goes on:’ Lam says SAR still good for businesses

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam yesterday defended Hong Kong as an attractive place for businesses, after a recent survey found foreigners were considering leaving the longtime Asian business hub. Hong Kong

This day in history | 1998 Veterans reject Japanese ‘sorrow’

Emperor Akihito of Japan has spoken of his “deep sorrow and pain” over the suffering inflicted by his country during World War II, but did not apologise for the treatment

Myanmar | UN envoy warns of possible civil war, seeks talks

The U.N. special envoy for Myanmar warned yesterday of possible civil war in the country, saying people are arming themselves against the military junta and protesters have started shifting

Gaming | US Judge says Saipan casino builder must pay seven ex-workers USD5.4m

  A judge on the U.S. Pacific island of Saipan yesterday ordered a Hong Kong company to pay seven Chinese construction workers a total of $5.4 million for forcing them

Markets | China stocks jump most since July amid record foreign purchases

China’s equity benchmark rallied by the most since July as investors piled into stocks amid attempts by policymakers to contain commodity prices. The yuan also advanced to its strongest since 2018. The

Starbucks to launch summer menus

Starbucks Hong Kong and Macau will present its “Feel Good, Live Well!” vibe this summer as it launches a series of in-store and online activities and promotions to nurture body,

Galaxy launches fund to support Portuguese culture promotion

Galaxy Entertainment Group Foundation launched the “GEG Cultural & Academic Fund” early this year to support the Portuguese Institute of the Orient (IPOR) in organizing activities to promote Portuguese language

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