Casino watchdog testifies against proof of side bets

An audit official with the casino watchdog has testified to a court of law that there was no financial evidence proving Suncity has run side bets. At a recent

RAT to continue until Friday, new round of mass testing hinted

The measure comes alongside the ongoing citywide nucleic acid test (NAT) and, as Lo explained, is a temporary measure during the expected period of peak influence of typhoon

Authorities suggest postponing non-essential activities

  Health authorities are asking people to exercise caution and consider postponing non-essential activities planned for the upcoming days, the coordinator at the local Center for Disease Control and Prevention,

T8 chance ‘medium to relatively high’ tomorrow 

Macau’s typhoon signal no. 3 is expected to remain at least until tomorrow as Typhoon Nalgae is closer to Macau than expected. The Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) raised

October gaming revenues tally to MOP3.9b

Macau saw its gross gaming revenue (GGR) rise 31.6% month-to-month to nearly MOP3.90 billion, albeit from a low base as last month’s receipts stood at MOP2.96 billion, which was

Long lines at NAT stations following the announcement

The announcement of mass testing by health authorities as well as the exemption granted to those who did the test earlier on October 31 led many to rush to the

Beijing to resume issuing eVisas today, ‘great boon’ for Macau

The resumption of electronic visas for mainland travelers to Macau will commence November 1, a move that has long been awaited by the tourism sector since electronic visas were halted

Gov’t insists a health center suitable for Zone A

Despite many calling for a higher-tier healthcare facility in the New Urban Zone A, the planning entities have insisted a health center would be sufficient. At the first public consultation session

Gov’t: Impact on Hong Thai Macau branch closure still light

Macau branches of the Hong Kong-founded Hong Thai Travel Services agency have not be en directly impacted by the closure of the parent company for the time being, local media reports. On

China launches third and final space station component

China yesterday launched the third and final module to complete its permanent space station and realize a more than decade-long effort to maintain a constant crewed presence in orbit, as

Urgent NAT drive following uncertainty over positive case

Local health authorities have ordered a citywide nucleic acid test (NAT) for today following the discovery of a positive case in Zhuhai from a man who works in Macau as

T3 may be issued by dawn as city braces for Typhoon Nalgae

The weather bureau may issue typhoon Typhoon Signal No. 3 before dawn today as it expects local winds to grow stronger due to Typhoon Nalgae. In a statement, the Meteorological and

CE to deliver Policy Address Nov. 15

The Chief Executive,Ho Iat Seng, will deliverthe Policy Address for the Fiscal Year 2023, on November 15 at the Legislative Assembly(AL). The session will be held at 3 p.m

Testing in target zones identifies three new cases, two related to imported case

Testing conducted Sunday in the target zones, as well as buildings classified as red zones in Fai Chi Kei and Areia Preta, have returned three positive results. Of these, two

IC confirms Sun Yat-sen Memorial not on sale

President Leong Wai Man of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has confirmed Sun Yat-sen Memorial House is not up for sale, according to local media reports. Previously, Taiwanese media had reported

Sedition trial begins for closed Hong Kong news site editors

  A sedition trial opened in Hong Kong yesterday for two former top editors of a shuttered online media outlet who have been detained without bail for 10 months. Stand News editor-in-chief

Police probe Halloween crowd surge as nation mourns

South Korean police investigated yesterday what caused a crowd surge that killed more than 150 people including 26 foreigners during Halloween festivities in Seoul in the country's worst disaster in

‘Our phoenix’: Lula’s ups and downs in Brazil defy belief

Four years ago, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's reputation and political future were in tatters. After an unlikely rise from poverty to union leader to Brazil's presidency, the man universally

1990 Howe resigns over Europe policy

  The UK's deputy Prime Minister, Sir Geoffrey Howe, has resigned. He informed the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of his decision at around 1800 on Thursday. Sir Geoffrey said the reasons for his

Workers walk out of iPhone factory, highlighting virus woes

Workers who assemble Apple Inc.'s newest iPhone walked away from a factory in central China following virus outbreaks and complaints of unsafe working conditions, highlighting the clash between the disease's

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