Bernstein: Casino operators may follow closures of junket room operations

Junket operators have been instructed to cease offering credit to their customers and request that chip purchases can only made upfront and in cash, brokerage

Taxi company considers taking legal action on false online rumors

The right to take legal action against social media users spreading “untruthful” information will be considered, the Macau Radio Taxi Services Limited threatened in a

DSAL to hold information session for potential caregivers

The Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) continues to monitor the evolution of the employment market to support the labor integration of residents. In response to the increased demand for

MGTO well-prepared for HK border normalization

Speaking about her anticipation of the border normalization between Macau and Hong Kong, Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO),

Basketball Super League moves forward in 2022, Macau represented in GBA team

The basketball East Asia Super League (EASL) will proceed with its new format of home-and-away pan-regional games in 2022, the EASL has announced. The

One-year-old girl tests positive for Covid-19

A one-year-old Macau resident tested positive for Covid-19 this weekend, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre has informed. The infection is classified as a relapse case,

Influencer marketing a trend local businesses should put forward: Economic Union

Popular influencers and livestreamers should be invited to Macau to conduct exchange sessions so that local residents will understand the new marketing model put forward

Crime | Worker steals HKD800,000 from shop to gamble

An employee of a dried seafood store is being accused of stealing HKD800,000 from the shop’s safe deposit box, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed.

Several alleged similar suicide cases reported in a short period

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has been called to investigate a series of deaths by apparent suicide, all of which had the same cause, the PJ reported.

Wynn Champions Macao’s Developing Sports Culture

Wynn is dedicated to supporting a wide range of sports events and proactively works to uphold the policies of the Macao SAR Government that promote sports development in

Covid-19 | Hong Kong loses shine amid tough coronavirus restrictions

The bustling, cosmopolitan business hub of Hong Kong may be losing its shine among foreign companies and expatriates with its stringent anti-pandemic rules requiring up to

Japan | About 100 lawmakers visit controversial shrine

A group of about 100 Japanese lawmakers prayed at a Tokyo shrine viewed by China and the Koreas as a symbol of Japanese wartime aggression yesterday, 80

Cybersecurity | Report says Russian hackers haven’t eased spying efforts

The elite Russian state hackers behind last year’s massive SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign hardly eased up this year, managing plenty of infiltrations of U.S. and allied government agencies

This day in history | 1980 John Lennon shot dead

Former Beatle John Lennon has been shot dead by an unknown gunman who opened fire outside the musician’s New York apartment. The 40-year-old was shot several times

EXPLAINER | Chinese builder’s debt struggle rattles investors

Global investors are watching nervously as one of China’s biggest real estate developers tries to avoid a default on its $310 billion mountain of debt. Evergrande Group, which

MGM attains five awards at MORS

MGM Golden Lion Team attained a total of five Gold Pin Awards at the Macao Occupational Skills Recognition System (MORS) Gold Pin Competition. A professional honor recognized by the local

Sands Resorts Macao participates in ‘Macao Week in Chongqing’

Sands Resorts Macao participated in ‘Macao Week in Chongqing’ from Dec. 2 to 6, introducing The Londoner Macao to local residents about the British-themed integrated resort. The event

China says US diplomatic boycott violates Olympic spirit

China yesterday accused the United States of violating the Olympic spirit by announcing an American diplomatic boycott of February’s Beijing Winter Games, amid an increasingly bitter feud over the

No ‘doomsday,’ but malaria fight disrupted by pandemic: WHO

The World Health Organization said that the global response to the longtime threat of malaria has taken a hit as the coronavirus pandemic disrupted health services in

The Buzz | China’s November exports rise 21.4% but growth eases

China’s exports rose by double digits in November but growth declined, while imports accelerated in a sign of stronger domestic demand. Exports rose 21.4% over a year

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