USD12 billion case | Experience considered ‘key factor’ in awarding gaming concession

Carlos Lobo, one of the legal consultants for the Macau Gaming Commission (Commission) responsible for selecting the winning bidders to be awarded gaming concessions in the early 2000s, told the

Melco to develop residential, entertainment complex in Zhongshan

  Melco International, in partnership with Agile Group, has won a bid for a mixed-use complex at Zhongshan, Guangdong province, the firm announced in a press release yesterday. The two companies plan

Travel Expo to further rely on online component

The Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) will continue to host its activities both onsite and online this year. Following the experience of last year, and due to continuing Covid

Lisboeta’s entertainment facilities to open on July 17

Several non-gaming entertainment and leisure facilities located at the Lisboeta Macau will open to the public on July 17, the Macau Theme Park and Resort (MTPR), the company that owns the

Elections 2021 | Ng Kuok Cheong, Si Ka Lon submit candidate lists

Yesterday, António Ng Kuok Cheong and Si Ka Lon, both incumbent lawmakers, submitted their lists of candidates. Both lawmakers had their nominations confirmed by the Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Committee (CAEAL). In

Covid-19 | Health authorities report fourth severe AEFI

A 29-year-old local man was diagnosed with thrombocytopenia also called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) days after being inoculated with a Covid-19 vaccine, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center has

Drug administration to be established in 2022

A public drug administration entity will be established in 2022 alongside the promulgation of the bill governing the regulation of traditional Chinese medicine, which is currently under discussion at a

Loan platform is operating in Macau illegally: AMCM

A loan brokerage platform that does not have authorization to operate in Macau has recently been observed operating on several social media platforms, the Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) revealed

Alien Invasion

An Alien Invasion occured at Starworld Hotel, Macau during the evening of Saturday 12th June, when the British Chamber of Commerce held its Sci Fi Ball, in celebration of the

Studies on airport expansion almost complete

The report on the proposed expansion of the Macau International Airport is almost complete, Chan Weng Hong, president of the Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) announced yesterday. The proposed expansion will be

CE encourages young people to visit exhibition to learn CPC history

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng yesterday encouraged young people to familiarize themselves with the history of the Communist Party of China (CPC) through the photo exhibition celebrating the centenary of

Gov’t prepares for Communist Party centenary in secret

Chinese authorities have closed Beijing’s central Tiananmen Square to the public, eight days ahead of a major celebration being planned to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the

Hong Kong | Embattled Apple Daily says it will close

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper will stop publishing today, following last week’s arrest of five editors and executives and the freezing of $2.3 million in assets under the city’s

This day in history | 1983 US astronaut Sally Ride returns

America’s first woman in space has returned safely to Earth in the Challenger space shuttle after a successful six-day flight. Sally Ride, aged 32, captured the media’s attention over the weeks

Rights group: Facebook amplified Myanmar military propaganda

Facebook’s recommendation algorithm amplifies military propaganda and other material that breaches the company’s own policies in Myanmar following a military takeover in February, a new report by the rights group

Sterling savior again: England beats Czechs 1-0 at Euro 2020

At least England now knows it can rely on Raheem Sterling for goals. The scoring touch missing at his last three tournaments has been rediscovered on home territory, and it gave

Wembley capacity increased for Euro 2020 semifinals, final

More than 60,000 fans will be allowed into the semifinals and final of the European Championship at Wembley Stadium after UEFA secured an agreement Tuesday with the British government on

The Buzz | COVID-19 vaccine creators win prestigious Spanish prize

Seven researchers whose work contributed to designing Covid-19 vaccines have won Spain’s prestigious Princess of Asturias award for scientific research. The award panel announced yesterday it had chosen Hungary’s Katalin Karikó,

Hungary | PM uses soccer to push vision of right-wing Europe

Populist Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has long used soccer to advance his right-wing politics, and now widespread international criticism of a new law seen as targeting the LGBT community

China Daily | EU should beware US leading it astray

Speaking at the European Parliament following the EU’s decision to put the brakes on ratifying its investment deal with China, Mick Wallace, a member of the European Parliament from Ireland,

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