Gaming revenue slumps in April, lowest in 18 months

The Macau SAR’s gross gaming revenue dropped steeply to MOP2.68 billion in April, the lowest figure recorded since September 2020 as the city continues to endure

Golden Week arrivals ‘started very well’

In mainland China there is a public holiday period of five days’ duration for International Labor Day. The holidays commenced this year on April 30. On the

Yesterday coldest May day since 1952

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau  reported that the temperature dropped to 14.9 degrees Celsius at 7 a.m. yesterday, the coldest May temperature in 70 years. Sunday’s temperature was

Lawmakers call for better protection on food deliverers

Lawmakers have submitted written inquiries to the government asking for better protection and welfare for food couriers, following a deadly traffic collision in Cotai last Friday.

Number of unemployed increases to 13,300

The number of unemployed residents increased by 500 from the previous period to 13,300, according to data provided by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC).

Gov’t eases restrictions for entertainment venues, capacity up to 75%

Local health authorities have decided to ease the restrictions for entertainment and recreational venues, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center has informed. Entertainment

Gov’t unaware of hotel quarantine ads giving ‘incomplete information’

The government was unaware of an advertising campaign recently launched by one of the hotel quarantine venues in Macau that might be misleading residents abroad

Authorities hint at fully vaccinated new school year

Health authorities have said that they are still considering whether to require that only fully vaccinated students and teachers may start the 2022-2023 school year

New AIPIM board calls for more support to English, Portuguese media

The new board directors of the Macau Portuguese and English Press Association (AIPIM) has pledged to work with the SAR government to achieve goals including

Exhibition presents rich history of Chinese art and culture with charitable cause

Renowned Chinese artist, Water Poon, is showcasing his artworks at the Sands Gallery – an art exhibition space that is strategically positioned to attract art lovers and

LVS wins court claim case against AAEC, court source says

The local subsidiaries of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation (LVS) have, at first instance, won the court case against their former business partner Asian American

Car designer raises awareness on EVs’ advantages

Despite many components of electric vehicles (EV) not being biodegradable, a car designer suggests the public see the good side of the story. The

Shanghai outbreak shows signs of waning as cases fall

The COVID-19 outbreak that has shut down most of Shanghai appears to be waning, with the number of new cases falling below 10,000 a day over the

Two people rescued 50 hours after China building collapse

Two people were rescued Sunday from the rubble of a building in central China more than 50 hours after it collapsed, leaving dozens trapped or missing,

Evacuations under way in Mariupol; Pelosi visits Ukraine

A long-awaited evacuation of civilians from a besieged steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol was under way Sunday, as U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

1990 Latvia to declare independence

Members of the new parliament of the Soviet republic of Latvia have met to discuss independence from Moscow. Leaders of the Latvian Popular Front are confident they

Champions League matchups: Liverpool, Man City defend leads

The Champions League is heading toward a third all-English final in four seasons unless Spanish rivals can overturn first-leg losses. Here’s a look at second-leg matches

New Zealand welcomes back tourists as pandemic rules eased

New Zealand welcomed tourists from the U.S., Canada, Britain, Japan and more than 50 other countries for the first time in more than two years

Ukraine admits ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ fighter pilot is a myth

On social media, the “Ghost of Kyiv” was a military hero, an ace fighter pilot hailed for supposedly shooting down multiple Russian planes. The tales began just days

The financing of the BRI

The estimated overall cost of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is, by nature, ill-defined as there are still projects being discussed and several of those agreed upon may not

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