Court rules use of phone conversation recordings as exhibits needs prior approval

In a recent case, five suspects were convicted of conducting a relatively major fraud. An exhibit presented to the Court of First Instance was a clip

May casino revenues to reach new high post-Covid

Casino revenue is forecast to reach a new post-pandemic high of MOP15.5 billion in May, which translates to an average daily casino floor income of around

Galaxy eyes further recruitment as revenues up 72%

Galaxy's revenues during the first quarter (Q1) of 2023 surged up to 72% to HKD7.05 billion year-on-year amid the ongoing robust recovery of the casino

Security chief deems substitute driver service legal

The Secretary for Security Office has deemed that substitute driver services should not be seen as illegal car hiring. Earlier, lawmaker Ella Lei questioned the

Local youth have ‘little intention’ to seek employment in Zhuhai

While Macau has promoted several times work cooperation with mainland cities such as Zhuhai, a majority of local youth aged from 18 to 45 asserted

In the Amazon, Brazilian ecologists try new approach against deforestation and poverty

In a remote corner of the Amazon, Brazilian ecologists are trying to succeed where a lack of governance has proved disastrous. They’re managing a stretch of

TIS hosts robotics competition for students to facilitate theoretical knowledge

The International School of Macao (TIS) has concluded a robotics competition aimed at providing students with opportunities to test their theoretical knowledge. Held at the

SJM to co-host with gov’t four sporting events

Daisy Ho, executive director of SJM Resorts, S.A., revealed after a dragon boat religious ritual that the company will co-organize, with the government, four major sport events in

Work tax refund for 2021 to start this Thursday

The refund for Professional Tax collected in 2021 will start May 25. Each of the 164,000 eligible taxpayers will receive 60% or MOP14,000 of the tax amount that

Social affairs secretary attends World Health Assembly in Geneva

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Elsie Ao Ieong has departed for Geneva, Switzerland for the 76th World Health Assembly. She is attending as part of the Chinese

IFTM runs Macanese food buffet, merchandise sale every Saturday

The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) has announced that it will start operating a Macanese food lunch and dinner buffet at its Educational Restaurant every Saturday. At

Beijing’s top official in SARs on a four-day trip in Macau

The head of Beijing’s top office overseeing Hong Kong and Macau affairs, Xia Baolong, has commenced a four-day visit to the city today. The official will be in the city

Gov’t to hold sports carnival this weekend

The Sports Bureau will hold its “2023 Public Recreation Carnival” this weekend from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Tap Seac Square. In a press conference yesterday,

China approves vaccines for XBB variant: Zhong Nanshan

China has approved two Covid-19 vaccines to counter the country’s currently dominant XBB variant and the new vaccines will soon be released to the market, China’s top respiratory

IC calls for proposals for Macau City Fringe Festival

As the 22nd edition of the Macau City Fringe Festival will take place in January 2024, the Cultural Affairs Bureau, which organizes the event, has called for proposals

Finance sector earnings rise up to 10%

At the end of the first quarter of 2023, Financial Activities had 8,452 full-time employees; average earnings (excluding irregular remuneration) of full-time employees in March were MOP30,510, up

Domestic violence cases tally 39 in 2022

Suspected domestic violence cases in 2022 stood at 39, of which 19 were domestic violence spouse cases, 16 involved children and three involved elders.

Meta fined record $1.3 billion, ordered to stop sending European user data to US

The European Union slapped Meta with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine yesterday and ordered it to stop transferring users’ personal information across the Atlantic

The Londoner Macao to launch ‘Changing of the Guard’ show to promote British culture

The Londoner Macao will launch its “Changing of the Guard” entertainment extravaganza from May 26, recreating the display of British pageantry at the London-themed property’s Crystal Palace lobby atrium. The “Changing of

Studio City Water Park hosts ‘Splash in Pink 520 Water Park’ for second anniversary

To celebrate its second anniversary, the Studio City Water Park has hosted the “Splash in Pink 520 Water Park” party on May 20, which featured the attendance of

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