Local marathon moves forward with last year’s format

The 41st Macao International Marathon will take to the streets of Macau on December 4 in a format practically transposed from last year’s event, the organizers

Side-betting system not owned by Suncity, defendant testifies

A former employee at the Suncity Group’s IT Department told the court the alleged side-betting computer system was not owned by the company. The fourth

NFT can help migrate loyalty programs, say industry speakers

Current loyalty programs can see great advances in NFT technology, including but not limited to unique and irreplicable membership cards, a panel of IT industry

Couple prosecuted on allegations of physically assaulting son, 7

Charges have been pressed against a couple for allegedly administering physical punishment on, and causing injuries to, their seven-year-old son, the Public Prosecutions Office (MP)

HKSAR may announce end to quarantine as Macau continues to adhere to policy

US-listed gaming operators’ casino stocks in the city climbed earlier this week following reports that Hong Kong could announce the end of mandatory quarantine this week,

IAS: Concealment of drug abuse still going on

In recent years, the drug abuse situation has been concealed while the number of registrations of drug addicts decreased, according to the Social Welfare Bureau

MGTO expresses hope for upcoming Golden week

For the upcoming Golden week, offline promotion will be paused to attract more visitors through online promotion, said the Macao Government Tourism Office director, Maria

Childcare worker arrested in nursery abuse case

The Judiciary Police (PJ) have arrested a non-local female employee in an alleged child abuse case in a childcare facility, in which a child’s left

110 graduate from MPU’s Seniors Academy

A total of 110 senior Macau residents graduated from the Seniors Academy of the Macao Polytechnic University (MPU) in a graduation ceremony held in early September.

Beijing dials down Taiwan rhetoric; US, Canada transit strait

China toned down its rhetoric on Taiwan yesterday, saying it is inevitable that the self-governing island will come under its control but that it would promote

China doesn’t object US, UK joining Pacific allies in Fijian military exercise

A military exercise in Fiji involving the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand ends this week as the traditional allies counter China’s growing influence in the

Dad pleads help for scam victims after son died

The parents of a Malaysian man who died after falling prey to a human trafficking scheme appealed yesterday to the government to rescue other scam victims trapped

Biden says Russia ‘shamelessly violated’ UN Charter in Ukraine

President Joe Biden declared at the United Nations last night that Russia has “shamelessly violated the core tenets” of the international body with its war in Ukraine

1980 War breaks out between Iran and Iraq

Three weeks of border clashes between Iran and Iraq appear to have finally erupted into all-out war. Iraq has bombed several Iranian air and military supply bases,

High inflation in sight, US Federal Reserve to signal more rate hikes ahead

Last month, when Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell spoke at an economic conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, he issued a blunt warning: The Fed’s drive to curb inflation

Top seeds Badosa and Garcia ousted at Pan Pacific Open

Top seed Paula Badosa, second seed Caroline Garcia and Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina were knocked out of the Pan Pacific Open yesterday. Badosa was overwhelmed by Qinwen Zheng, the

NY attorney general sues Donald Trump and his company

New York’s attorney general sued former President Donald Trump and his company yesterday, alleging business fraud involving some of their most prized assets, including properties in

Russia warns protests against reservists’ draft won’t be tolerated

The Moscow Prosecutor’s Office has said that participation in protests and unsanctioned “mass events” is a punishable offense which can result “imprisonment for up to 15 years,” BBC

Sino-Russian ties contribute to regional stability

As two of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, as well as two major pillars of the United Nations-centered international system, both China and

Thursday, September 22, 2022 – edition no. 4100

— One of the city’s largest sports events, the int’l marathon, will return on December 4 with 12,000 slots * Suncity Trial | Side-betting system not owned by Suncity: Defendant * FMCC

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