Lawmakers call for comprehensive revision of labor laws to keep up with city’s changes

As Macau continues to undergo social and economic development, local legislators are calling for comprehensive revisions to the city’s labor laws to better safeguard the rights and


Professor Tang Lixing, the chair professor and doctoral supervisor of the Chinese Teacher Development Center at New York University, who recently visited Macau, strongly advocates for

MGM executes strong first quarter performance with record-breaking revenues

MGM China Holdings Limited has reported record-breaking financial results for the first quarter of 2024, outperforming the industry’s recovery in Macau. The casino operator saw

TUI denies appeals of MP and Ng Lap Seng, sends case back to TSI

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has decided on the appeals to the final court by the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) and Ng Lap Seng,

Casino revenue surpasses expectations in April

“The 1.7% sequential contraction per day was better than historical trends, as the average sequential decline in April, relative to March, over the 2013 to

Court asked to apply measures to young offenders in bullying case

The Public Prosecutor’s Office has requested the Family and Juvenile Court to implement measures under the general social protection regime and undertake educational guardianship actions for

Golden Week meets visitor number expectations

Thus far, the Worker’s Day Golden Week holiday has been meeting expectations in terms of visitor numbers. According to figures from the Public

Public tender for nursing home in Zone A now open

The Public Works Bureau (DSOP) has opened a public tender for the construction of a nursing home in Zone A. The project, to be executed on lot A8, will encompass

Ao Ieong appoints 11 workers to Cotai hospital

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Elsie Ao Ieong, appointed 11 Health Bureau workers to work at the Islands Healthcare Complex until April 30, 2025. According to

Tam Kung Festival to feature parade performances

The Tam Kung Festival will be held on May 15 in Coloane, with over 30 teams partaking in parade performances, alongside charity sales and beer carnivals. Organized by

Elderly drunk driver hits pedestrian in crosswalk

A 60-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly striking a pedestrian recently while driving under the influence of alcohol. The incident occurred around 8 a.m. at the intersection

IAS publishes list of children accepted in subsidized nurseries

The lists of children admitted to subsidized nurseries in Macau for the upcoming school year have been published by the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS). Registration for children listed

DSF to start refunding professional tax to some 158,000 taxpayers

Some 158,000 taxpayers will begin receiving a refund of a part of the professional tax paid in 2022 late this month, the Financial Services Bureau (DSF) informed. Refunds will commence

Melco to expand portfolio in Sri Lanka, gains recovery in Q1

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited is working with John Keells Group in Sri Lanka to develop a groundbreaking integrated resort in central Colombo, with an

Criminal group caught exploiting counterfeit chips in casino

The Judiciary Police (PJ) uncovered a large-scale fraud operation involving a criminal group using counterfeit casino chips. The case involves 14 suspects, all mainlanders. The

Microsoft will invest $2.2 billion in cloud and AI services in Malaysia

Microsoft is investing $2.2 billion over the next four years in Malaysia’s new cloud and artificial intelligence infrastructure as well as partnering with the government to establish

Sands China Organises Team Member Tour of 2024 National Security Education Exhibition

A delegation of Sands China’s management and other team members took a guided tour of the 2024 National Security Education Exhibition at the Macao Forum April 17, led

Programme exploring GBA calls for applications from UK undergraduate students

On the Agenda Touching the Greater Bay Area – A Journey of Discovery, the latest programme co-launched by Guangdong Radio and Television and People’s Daily

Death toll jumps to 48 as search continues in highway collapse

The death toll from a collapsed highway in southeastern China climbed to 48 yesterday as searchers dug for a second day through a treacherous and mountainous area.

Over 40% of Americans see China as ‘an enemy’: Pew report

More than 40% of Americans now label China as an enemy, up from a quarter two years ago and reaching the highest level in five years, according

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