Cape Verde gov’t to reclaim assets from Macau Legend as concessions halt

The government of Cape Verde has officially terminated the contract with the subsidiary companies of Macau Legend Development Ltd (MLD) in the country last September following

Oscar nominees head to Macau for Netflix shoot

Oscar-nominated director Edward Berger is set to take audiences on a high-stakes gambling saga in his latest project, “The Ballad of a Small Player,” which is

How the ‘probability revolution’ fueled the casino gambling craze in the 18th century

The first commercial gambling operations emerged, coincidentally or not, at the same time as the study of mathematical probability in the mid-1600s. By the early 1700s,

Las Vegas Sands CEO embraces smart gaming tables as the ‘future of gambling’

Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Robert Goldstein has described smart gaming tables as the “future of gambling,” stating that his company is “fully invested”

DSEDJ inspects EPM as controversy erupts as teachers’ contracts not renewed

  Two officials from the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) visited the Portuguese School of Macau (EPM) yesterday and conducted an inspection speaking to

Expanded jurisdiction facilitates light rail project

In a move to bolster its transportation infrastructure, the Macau government has received approval from the State Council to extend the city’s jurisdiction to a

Convicted thief arrested for shoplifting again

The Judiciary Police arrested a 34-year-old male suspect named Luk, a part time worker from Macau, for four shoplifting incidents that occurred between April 25 and

Non-resident worker dies in accident at Macau bridge

A construction worker has tragically died after falling from the Pac On Macau Bridge site in Taipa. The Fire Services Bureau said it received a report around noon

Macau residents defrauded in food ordering scam

Police are investigating after 17 Macau residents fell victim to an online food ordering scam this week, losing a total of 16,140 patacas. Macau residents came across a

N3 bus route to temporarily extend to Hac Sa beach

The Transport Bureau has announced that it will temporarily extend the N3 bus route to service residents going to Hac Sa Beach from June 1 to August 31.

Authorities organize job fair to fill 385 job vacancies

The Labour Affairs Bureau and the Federation of Workers’ Associations of Macau will be hosting a series of job matching sessions in early June, offering a total of

Melco’s signature initiative Simple Acts of Kindness delivers warmth to the community

Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s Simple Acts of Kindness program initially launched during the pandemic to focus the Company’s community support efforts. Now moving into its

IMF: Economic output expected to return to pre-pandemic levels in 2025

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) highlighted the strong recovery of city’s economy post-pandemic and agreed that the implementation of effective economic diversification policies would “strengthen the

MGM expands into Korean market

MGM Resorts International is working to strengthen its presence in the Korean tourism market. The company is participating in the “Experience Macao Roadshow in Korea” organized by the

Sands Resorts makes comeback at Macau roadshow

Sands Resorts Macao is once again participating in the Experience Macao roadshow series to promote Macao’s tourism and MICE offerings in the important Korean market. The MGTO event,

Xi pledges more Gaza aid and talks trade at summit with Arab leaders

Chinese President Xi Jinping reiterated calls for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state and promised more humanitarian aid for people in Gaza as he opened a

Beijing to impose controls on exports of some aviation, aerospace equipment

China’s Commerce Ministry said it will restrict exports of some aviation and aerospace-related equipment and technology beginning July 1. A notice seen yesterday on

14 activists convicted, two acquitted in major case

Fourteen activists were convicted in a major national security case on Thursday by a court that said their plan to effect change through an unofficial primary election

Lakes on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau growing rapidly, study finds

The research carried out by the institute’s environmental change and multisphere processes team, led by Zhang Guoqing, predicts that by the end of the 21st century, the

Provinces reject governance change, sparking fears of a civil war in rugby

Domestic provinces have overwhelmingly rejected a new governance plan for New Zealand Rugby in a move some observers fear will fracture the national sport along

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