Rob Goldstein: Macau ‘resurrecting strong’, group to further invest over USD3.9 billion

The Macau SAR will continue to record new post-pandemic highs as it is currently “resurrecting strong” – a comeback that came as a surprise and a

Harry Potter Exhibition to open at The Londoner

The Harry Potter Exhibition will be held at the resort this December, as announced yesterday at The Londoner Macao. The news was disclosed by sports

GDP up 38.8% year-on-year in Q1

Macau's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) saw growth of 38.8% in the first quarter (Q1) of this year compared to the same period of 2022, a

Ao Ieong begins Portugal visit with focus on Big Health

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Elsie Ao Ieong, yesterday began her visit to Portugal by meeting with the Chinese Ambassador to Portugal, Zhao

Unemployment rate drops to 3.6% from February-April

The local unemployment rate dropped 0.3% between February and April this year. The drop is from the previous four-month period from January to March this year,

After Typhoon Mawar battered the island, ‘what used to be a jungle looks like toothpicks’

Many residents of Guam remained without power and utilities yesterday after Typhoon Mawar tore through the remote U.S. Pacific territory the night before and ripped roofs

Two men in their 50s die by suicide

Two men in their fifties have reportedly died by suicide in Macau just a few hours apart. The cases, as reported by the Judiciary Police (PJ),

Local temple manuscripts registered as UNESCO World Memory

Archives and manuscripts of the local Kong Tac Lam Temple have been inscribed in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. Nestled in a narrow descending

Doctor ratio nearly three per 1,000 patients

There were 1,965 doctors and 2,863 nurses in Macau at the end of 2022, up 4.1% and 4.4% year-on-year respectively, according to Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) data.

41 suspected illegal workers detected in April

A total of 41 suspected illegal workers were detected across the city in April, according to data from the Public Security Police. Alongside the Labour Affairs Bureau’s operations,

Typhoon Mawar to bring weather up to 33 degrees next week

Typhoon Mawar is expected to affect the coastal areas of Guangdong at the beginning of next week and bring sustained hot weather of up to 33 degrees Celsius,

Gov’t to hold new themed workshops during cultural day

On “China Cultural and Natural Heritage Day” on June 10, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will organize numerous workshops in various cultural sites of Macau to promote the

DSI kiosks down for system update

The Identification Services Bureau (DSI) self-service kiosks for identification document applications will be not operating today due to system updates, the bureau announced in a statement. The work,

Labor bureau finds jobs for over 4,500 people so far

In the first five months of this year, over 4,500 jobseekers have been successfully matched with jobs through government initiatives, the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) announced

Elon Musk wants to build a digital town square – but his debut for DeSantis had a tech failure

Elon Musk wants to turn Twitter into a “digital town square,” but his much-publicized Twitter Spaces kickoff event, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announcing his run

SJM hosts work experience sessions for young adults

In line with its “from society, for society” principle, SJM organized a “Workplace Experience Series” earlier in May at the Grand Lisboa Palace, involving young adults from the

Hennessy partners with NBA for new limited edition

Hennessy and the National Basketball Association (NBA) expanded a global partnership, making Hennessy the first “Official Spirit of the NBA”. “Hennessy is thrilled to shine a light

Chinese basketball legend Yao Ming steps down as head of national league

Former Houston Rockets star Yao Ming has stepped down as head of China’s struggling national basketball league. An eight-time NBA All-Star, Yao had been leading

HK-flagged vessel briefly runs aground in Suez Canal, later refloated

A Hong Kong-flagged ship briefly ran aground yesterday in Egypt’s vital Suez Canal, though authorities said they were able to refloat it after it momentarily disrupted the waterway.

21-year-old sentenced to 5 years for thwarted bomb plot

A Hong Kong man was sentenced to more than five years in prison for participating in a thwarted bomb plot that aimed to build resistance forces, in

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