Lawmakers: ‘City of Sports and Shows’ needs better planning

Several lawmakers have raised concerns about the recent bid to transform Macau into a city renowned for hosting sports events and performances. Several lawmakers used

Protests over the construction of waste landfill south of Coloane arrive at AL

Lawmaker Lo Choi In has joined protests against the government’s plan to build a new waste landfill in the sea off the southern coast of

Hotel occupancy up to 90% for upcoming Lunar New Year

Tourism authorities are anticipating 120,000 daily visitors during the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday period, which could mean almost 1 million tourists visiting the city

Bus passengers exceed pre-pandemic levels in January

The average daily bus passenger volume in January this year has exceeded 626,000, which is a slight increase of 0.5% compared with the same period

Former GP racer dies after HKD100m drug bust

A renowned Hong Kong racing driver, who frequently participated in Macau’s Grand Prix, has died after his alleged involvement in a drug trafficking scheme. Local reports

Grammys are Swift’s world on a night when women like Cyrus, Mitchell also shine

It’s Taylor Swift’s world, and she just allows us to live in it. After weeks where she attracted endless attention for her football star boyfriend

Lawmakers force postponement of voting on public housing sale regime

The Legislative Assembly (AL) has forced the government to postpone voting on the first reading of the “Regime for the transfer of autonomous units of buildings

Bus hits man in San Ma Lo

A non-resident man from mainland China was hit by a bus near Sunsco Supermarket in San Ma Lo around 11:30 a.m. yesterday. The man, aged 30, suffered scratches

Flora Garden now opens all day

Flora Garden is now open 24 hours a day, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has announced. But certain facilities in the garden, such as the children’s playground and

DSF reminds taxpayers of key dates

The Financial Services Bureau (DSF) has reminded taxpayers that the first quarter of each year is a tax payment period, and has reiterated key dates. The end of

Non-residents deposits retreat

Non-resident deposits decreased 12.4% to MOP323.7 billion in December, while residents’ deposits slightly dropped 0.2% from the preceding month to MOP706.2 billion, data from the the Monetary Authority

CE waives Revenue Supplementary Tax for six ops

The Revenue Supplementary Tax levied on the six gambling concessionaires will be waived until the end of 2027, according to yesterday’s Official Gazette. The Chief

Gov’t appoints two SSM officers to vice director at Cotai hospital

Dr Lei Wai Seng and Dr Chou Kuok Hei, both from the Health Bureau (SSM), have been appointed deputy head or equivalent at the Cotai

Sudden smuggling spike

All goods were uncovered at either the Border Gate checkpoint or the Hengqin checkpoint, and have been confiscated. The Customs intercepted the six cases using

Melco advances the economic prosperity of local SMEs

Melco Resorts & Entertainment recognizes the importance of working hand in hand with its stakeholders to create lasting impact, and the Company’s long-term commitment to operating globally,

Court gives suspended death sentence to Chinese Australian democracy blogger

A Chinese court gave a suspended death sentence to a China-born Australian democracy blogger yesterday. The Australian government, which has repeatedly raised his case over the years,

Regulator promises to protect small investors as stocks hit 5 year lows

Chinese shares gyrated yesterday, sinking to 5-year lows, after stock market regulators sought to reassure jittery investors with a promise to crack down on stock price

Government asks for explanation and fans are angry about not seeing injured Messi play

Hong Kong’s sports minister yesterday reiterated the government’s call for an explanation from the organizer of a soccer match between Inter Miami and a local

Samsung chief Lee acquitted of financial crimes related to merger

A South Korean court yesterday acquitted Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Jae-yong of financial crimes involving a contentious merger between Samsung affiliates in 2015 that tightened his grip over

Biden warns of a ‘nightmare’ future for the country if Trump should win again

President Joe Biden yesterday ticked through a list of reasons he says a second Donald Trump presidency would be a “nightmare” for the country as he

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