New gaming law to be finally voted on Tuesday

The Legislative Assembly (AL) will finally vote on the new law that will govern the local gaming industry’s operations for the next decade, the president of the Second

Mong Ha green houses subject of experimental revival plans

The collection of green houses in Mong Ha District will be the subject of experimentation in a government revival project, the Cultural Development Advisory Committee (CCDC)

Stanley Ho’s second wife Lucina Laam passes away

The second wife of the late gambling mogul Stanley Ho passed away from cancer at age 79 on June 11, according to Hong Kong media reports.

Series of crypto investment scams reported to police

A mainland resident has been apprehended on allegations regarding a cryptocurrency investment scam amounting to HKD3 million, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced yesterday. The 35-year-old

Scholar: Elderly facilities need improvement as aging society grows

Former lawmaker Agnes Lam is suggesting that the government improve facilities for the elderly, given that the aging population has been increasing over the past

Xi talks with Putin over phone, insists on ‘proper settlement of the Ukraine crisis’

Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday held a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, where the two heads of state reiterated their views on the

Macau entrepreneurs’ ambitions in Greater Bay Area and beyond

At an exhibition on smart life held in Macau, a spray disinfecting robot with “antennas” caught the eyes of many. It is one of the

Wynn Macao to receive USD500 million facility loan 

Wynn Resorts will provide a facility loan of USD500 million with a maturity date of 14 months to subsidiary Wynn Macau Ltd (Wynn Macau). According to filing to

Spy agencies’ focus on China could snare Chinese Americans

As U.S. intelligence agencies ramp up their efforts against China, top officials acknowledge they may also end up collecting more phone calls and emails from Chinese Americans,

Last Australian government lost Chinese votes: strategist

The previous Australian government’s stance against a more aggressive China drove away many Chinese-Australian voters at recent elections who considered the administration’s language had licensed racism,

Six dead in mainland as rain triggers landslides, house collapse

Heavy rain in China has claimed six lives this week and forced the evacuation of some 200,000 people. Five people died in southeastern China, according

Factory activity rebounds as anti-virus curbs ease

China's factory output rebounded in May, adding to a recovery from the latest COVID-induced economic slump after controls that shut down Shanghai and other industrial centers eased.

In Ukraine, mines take lives even after fighting moves on

The truck driver had the radio on, his daughter’s stuffed toy keeping him company, and was bouncing his lumbering vehicle down one of the innumerable dirt

1963 Soviets launch first woman into space

A former textile worker from the Soviet Union has become the first woman in space. Lieutenant Valentina Tereshkova, 26, was the fifth Russian cosmonaut to go into

Russia’s economic forum to be far smaller but moves forward

With Russia under wide sanctions after sending troops into Ukraine, most foreign bank cards don’t work in the country. The advice for those at the

No bartender required: Premixed Jack and Coke going on sale

Coca-Cola Co. said this week it’s partnering with Brown-Forman Corp., the maker of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, to sell premixed cocktails. The canned Jack and Coke

Sands China bolsters disaster and pandemic prevention efforts  

Supported by the Social Affairs Bureau, Sands China Ltd. is further bolstering its disaster and pandemic prevention programme in collaboration with Macau Red Cross. The programme addresses the community’s needs amid

MGM attains nine awards in vocational skills competition 

MGM Golden Lion Team has attained nine distinguished honors, which are the highest in their categories, in the 4th Macao Integrated Tourism and Leisure Enterprises Vocational Skills Competition. A total of

Football With a record six teams, Asia resets goals for World Cup

Australia’s win over Peru in the intercontinental playoffs this week guaranteed an unprecedented six teams from the Asian confederation at the World Cup, giving the continent an

Japan, Australia to expand defense ties for regional order

Japan and Australia’s defense ministers yesterday vowed to step up their ties to support democratic values in the Indo-Pacific region and agreed to work more closely with Southeast Asia

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