Cease-fire: Hamas officials say hostage agreement could be reached soon

Senior Hamas officials said today (Tuesday) that an agreement could be reached soon in which the militant group would release hostages and Israel would free Palestinian prisoners.

Gov’t to launch new apps to expand e-governance

A minimum of two new apps will be launched next year to help expand the digital services provided by the government, Secretary for Administration and Justice André

Restaurant takings surge in September

The receipts of restaurants and similar establishments interviewed by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) went up 35.9% year-on-year in September 2023, the DSEC noted in

November’s premium mass revenues surge 37% over 2019 levels

The premium mass gambling segment is experiencing a 37% increase in the average bet per player, up to HKD22,251 this November, compared to the same month

Immigration followed law refusing entry of Portuguese national

The Immigration Services of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) have abided by the law in the case of the Portuguese national, resident in Shenzhen,

China welcomes Arab and Muslim diplomats for talks on ending the war in Gaza

China's top diplomat welcomed four Arab foreign ministers and the Indonesian one to Beijing yesterday, saying his country would work with “our brothers and sisters” in the

Improvements regarding off-plan properties law reviewed

Protections for off-plan property purchases will be refined through legal means, Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong told parliament yesterday. During his policy

Hengqin sees over 8.6 million visitors to September

Hengqin has seen over 8.6 million visitors in the first nine months of the year, surpassing pre-pandemic levels. The Cooperation Zone will strengthen the synergy of the

Gov’t pledges crackdown on scalpers

The Economic and Technological Development Bureau (DSEDT) stated that the SAR government is concerned about ticket scalping for concerts and large-scale performance events. The SAR government will also

Centennial Retrospective of Lok Cheong’s Art to open Friday

The exhibition “Centennial Retrospective of Lok Cheong’s Art” will be inaugurated Nov. 24 at the Macao Museum of Art, with 150 artworks. The exhibition will also feature some

UM holds competition on programming

The Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Macau (UM) recently held the 2023 International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) (Asia Macau Regional Contest), with the

DSAJ director cites equality provision to downplay alleged blacklists

All employees are under the protection of the principal of equality provisions in the Labour Relations Law, director Leong Weng In of Legal Affairs said yesterday,

Visitor arrivals in October down 16% y-o-y from pre-pandemic levels

The number of visitor arrivals to Macau continues to recover steadily with last month (October 2023) registering an increase of 19.8% month-to-month when compared with

Hong Kong’s Disneyland opens first Frozen-themed attraction, part of a $60b global expansion

Hong Kong Disneyland opened its first Frozen-themed attraction yesterday, with thousands of eager visitors turning up to experience the new rides, some lining up for hours

Vogt resigns as CEO of Cruise following safety questions, recalls of self-driving vehicles

Kyle Vogt has resigned as CEO of Cruise, General Motors’ autonomous vehicle unit, as questions build about the safety of self-driving cars. Vogt’s decision to

Sands China to sign MoU with MPU on smart tourism

Sands China and Macao Polytechnic University are joining forces in a bid to boost the development of smart tourism in Macau through a memorandum of understanding and the co-hosting of a smart tourism symposium on Nov. 24 at

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau announces Christmas F&B offerings

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau has announced its festive offerings for the upcoming merriest time of year. This season, The Ritz-Carlton Café has curated a variety of menus catering to all

Front-runner candidate picks former representative to US as running mate

The front-runner candidate in Taiwan’s top election has picked the long-term representative to the United States as his running mate. Government’s

Third release of treated water from damaged Fukushima plant ends safely, operator says

The release of a third batch of treated radioactive wastewater from Japan’s damaged Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean ended safely as planned, its operator

Yemen’s Houthi rebels hijack Israeli-linked ship in the Red Sea, take 25 hostages

Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized an Israeli-linked cargo ship in a crucial Red Sea shipping route yesterday and took its 25 crew members hostage, officials said, raising

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