Gov’t calls for strengthened casino security following brawl

The Judiciary Police (PJ), the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) and representatives of six comprehensive resort companies met to promote communication and cooperation, enhance

May Day holiday surpasses expectations

During the five days between April 29 and May 3 considered the “Labor Day Holidays” a total of 491,968 visitors entered Macau, a figure that

Community advisor suggests more action against sex offences

Macau should improve prevention and handling of sex offences, especially those concerning minors, Flavio Sam, Islands Community Affairs advisor, said. On April 21, the Judiciary Police (PJ)

New non-local talents regime to start applications by September

The new legal regime to regulate the attribution of Macau residency to non-locals who apply based on their special qualities and skills lacking in Macau, is

Pardon frees more than 2,100 political prisoners

Myanmar's ruling military council yesterday said it was releasing more than 2,100 political prisoners as a humanitarian gesture. Thousands more remain imprisoned on charges generally involving nonviolent

HKU scholar suggests streamlined Macau healthcare services

In the report for a research project commissioned by the Macau government, the former head of the medical faculty of the University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Contractor punished for delay of Macau prison project

The Macau unit of Shanghai Construction Group, the contractor responsible for the phase-three project of the new prison near Ka Ho Village, is facing penalties after failing to

Taipa LRT records highest daily passenger count

Since the beginning of this year and the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions for transport, the Taipa’s Light Rapid Transit (LRT) has been seeing an increase in the number

HK sets up organizing committee of 15th National Games

Hong Kong announced the setting up of the Hong Kong organizing committee of China’s 15th National Games, which will be jointly-hosted by Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau in

Talents committee launches internships in the mainland for key industries

The Talents Development Committee (SCDT) has launched an internship program directed at Macau youngsters to go to the mainland and experience work in key industries,

Transport advisor: HK vehicles to mainland should not hit Macau hard

Additional vehicles from Hong Kong to mainland China under a new travel scheme should not heavily impact Macau’s traffic, Government Transport Affairs advisor Wong Man Pan

Non-resident workers increasing

The number of non-resident workers have recovered in February and March, after reaching its lowest level since 2014 in January. According to data from the Public Security Police,

Sea passengers recover to 60% of 2019 volume

The Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) has said passenger volumes for sea passenger routes have returned to 60% of 2019 levels. The sailing frequency will be increased to

Association confident about future entertainment prospects

Income from pop concerts has returned to 2019 levels, implying a swift rebound, Che Fok Sang, executive director of Macau Federal Commercial Association of Convention

Long-unfinished blue Strip tower sets date for grand opening

A soaring blue-glass tower that has sat empty for close to two decades on the Las Vegas Strip — through the Great Recession and an unprecedented pandemic

Indian no-frills air carrier Go First files for bankruptcy

No-frills Indian air carrier Go First filed for bankruptcy and suspended its flights for three days starting yesterday, causing hardships for thousands of fliers. A

Galaxy Macau opens paper sculpture exhibition with Chinese artist

The Galaxy Macau resort has recently unveiled a paper sculpture exhibition created by Chinese artist Wen Qiuwen. The exhibition is staged across the entire property. An explorer of new

Pop Superstar Leon Lai kicks off concert series in Melco Residency

On May 1, Hong Kong singer Leon Lai, known as one of the “Four heavenly kings of Cantopop,” kicked off his concert series “Leon Lai Stage on 8,”

On board a Philippine patrol in contested, rich waters

When two Philippine coast guard vessels set out to patrol the volatile South China Sea recently, they had to face more than China’s growing territorial ambitions.

Favored candidate resumes campaign two days after giving birth

A popular candidate for prime minister of Thailand said yesterday she’s eager to get back on the campaign trail, just two days after giving birth. Speaking

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