SJM suffering cash bleed, reports Q1 losses of HKD1.3b

SJM is suffering a continual cash bleed with brokerage firm Sanford C. Bernstein warning that the gaming operator is in “critical” need of boosting its

Confirmation with NAT booking links to be sent to entrants

Due to a new measure to be come into force on May 8 which requires quarantined visitors to pay for their own SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid tests (NATs), prospective

Arrivals on last day of holidays fall to 19,000

Macau's tourism arrivals have continued to decline on the last day of the May Golden Week holidays, recording a total of only 19,188 visitors as

Vaccine Transformation Center established in Guangzhou

  A vaccine technology transformation center has recently been established in Guangzhou, the provincial capital of the neighboring Guangdong Province, the city’s government announced. A statement posted

Domestic violence doubles to 81 cases in 2021

Macau has recorded 81 cases of suspected domestic violence in 2021, an increase of over 100% compared to data from 2020, when 38 cases were recorded.

Taiwan’s liberalized residency plan for Macau, HK still in limbo

Taiwanese politicians’ efforts to push forward a set of less stringent residency regulations for Macau and Hong Kong residents have not yet resulted in any agreement,

Woman extorts MOP150,000 in repeated sham marriages

A local man has allegedly “rented” out his partner on two occasions to attempt to obtain Macau residency for five mainland residents, the Public Security Police

Legality of casinos accepting deposits in doubt

The lawmakers of the Second Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) have expressed doubts about the legality of the gaming concessionaires accepting deposits from players in

Lawmakers alarmed at inspection powers

Inspection powers to be given to the Financial Services Bureau (DSF) by the new junket operations bill and the limits to the duty of concerned parties

Beijing closes 10% of subway stations to stem virus spread

Beijing yesterday closed around 10% of the stations in its vast subway system as an additional measure against the spread of coronavirus. The subway authority

Economy shrinks 4% under anti-virus controls

Hong Kong’s economy shrank by 4% compared with a year earlier in the quarter ending in March after the Chinese territory shut restaurants and other businesses to fight

North fires ballistic missile amid rising animosities

North Korea launched a ballistic missile toward its eastern waters yesterday, South Korean and Japanese officials said, days after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed

Foreign reserves at record low, politics in crisis

Sri Lanka’s economy is in dire straits with its usable foreign reserves down to less than $50 million, the country’s finance minister said yesterday. Ali

Israel lashes out at Russia over Lavrov’s Nazism remarks

Israel lashed out at Russia over “unforgivable” comments by its foreign minister about Nazism and antisemitism — including claims that Adolf Hitler was Jewish. Israel, which

1981 Bobby Sands dies in prison

Hunger striker Bobby Sands has died in prison 66 days after first refusing to eat. The 27-year-old republican spent the last days of his life on a water bed

Starbucks reports record Q2 sales, enhances worker benefits

Starbuck's sales climbed to record levels in its fiscal second quarter, but its profits took a hit from climbing labor costs. And those costs

Melco with MGTO for ‘Spring Rejoice’ drone show

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has supported the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO)’s Light up Macao Drone Gala 2022 as one of the event’s partner entities to help deepen cross-sector integration

Sands Resorts Macao launches Mother’s Day treats

This coming Mother’s Day, Sands Resorts Macao is offering an array of celebratory menus and exclusive spa promotion to spoil all mothers.  A total of 11 signature restaurants

Diaz’s dynamism, flair energizing Liverpool’s quadruple bid

Villarreal 2, Liverpool 3 The January transfer market has often been cast as a place where desperate clubs trade in a bid to salvage their seasons.

As US poised to restrict abortion, other nations ease access

As women in the United States find themselves on the verge of possibly losing the constitutional right to abortion, courts in many other parts of the world

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