Property market shows signs of recovery following removal of cooling measures

Macau’s property market experienced a significant rebound in the second quarter of 2024 after the lifting of purchase and sale restrictions, according to a recent report by

Victim assaulted by husband in brutal domestic violence episode

Police have arrested a man accused of brutally assaulting his wife in a disturbing case of domestic violence that occurred on the night of June 28.

Casino revenue faces headwinds from China’s crackdown on money exchangers

Macau's June gross gaming revenue (GGR) fell 12.4% sequentially, impacted by a crackdown on illegal money exchange networks and the ongoing Euro 2024 soccer tournament, according

Supervisor accused of awarding jobs in exchange for kickbacks

The Commission Against Corruption of Macau (CCAC) has alleged corruption at an unnamed integrated resort involving a supervisor responsible for personnel recruitment in the stewarding

Korean Air launches daily Seoul-Macau route

Korean Air has launched a new daily flight service between Seoul Incheon and Macau International Airport, becoming the sole full-service carrier connecting the two cities. The

Ukraine is releasing thousands of prisoners so they can join the fight against Russia

At a rural penal colony in southeast Ukraine, several convicts stand assembled under barbed wire to hear an army recruiter offer them a shot

Advertising revenue recovers to 80% of pre-pandemic levels

The current revenue of the local advertising industry is estimated to have recovered to about 80% of 2019 levels, said Eric Ho, chairman of the Association of Advertising

Woman abandons newborn baby at apartment door

A non-resident worker was arrested for allegedly abandoning her newborn baby girl at an apartment in Patane. The Judiciary Police said the baby was wrapped in a cloth

CPPCC members discuss the SARs’ roles in China’s development of open economy

The National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) held a virtual consultation session last week to discuss the roles of Hong Kong and Macau in

PJ warns of phishing SMS scams

The Judiciary Police (PJ) is again urging the public to be cautious of phishing SMS messages that purport to be from local telecommunications companies. The messages said that

Koi Kei bakery raises employee pay despite economic downturn

Local souvenir chain Koi Kei Bakery is increasing basic salaries for employees by MOP1,000 starting in July, according to an internal memo, as the retail sector faces challenges

FDC to spend MOP25 million on projects to celebrate ‘Double Anniversary’

The Cultural Development Fund (FDC) has announced it intends to spend some MOP25 million subsidizing projects that celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Establishment of the

DSAT to evaluate taxi services

In a move to address the ongoing taxi shortage in Macau, the city’s Transport Bureau (DSAT) has announced plans to launch a comprehensive study this year,

Tap Seac tunnel to close overnight Thursday and Friday

The Tap Seac tunnel will close to traffic this Thursday (July 4) and Friday (July 5) between 2:30 a.m. and 6 a.m., the Transport Bureau

LRT passenger numbers continue to decline

The number of passengers transported by the Light Rapid Transit System (LRT) is continuing to decline, the company’s monthly statistical data release shows. According

Wanda Commercial moving to Hengqin

China’s largest commercial property developer, Dalian Wanda Commercial Management Group (Wanda Commercial), is set to move its office to the Guangdong-Macau In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin.

UN adopts Chinese resolution with US support on closing the gap in access to artificial intelligence

The United Nations General Assembly adopted a Chinese-sponsored resolution with U.S. support urging wealthy developed nations to close the widening gap with poorer developing countries and ensure

Gov’t advocates for AI cooperation to advance women’s rights

China spoke on behalf of a group of countries at the 56th session of the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council - on Monday, advocating for strengthened

N. Korea brags of new missile with ‘super-large warhead.’ Outsiders doubt the North’s claim

North Korea said yesterday it had test-fired a new tactical ballistic missile capable of carrying “a super-large warhead,” a claim quickly disputed by South Korean officials and

Police arrest 14-year-old boy suspected of stabbing a student at the University of Sydney

A 14-year-old boy dressed in military clothing was arrested after police alleged he stabbed a 22-year-old student in the neck yesterday at the University of Sydney.

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