Gov’t commits to allocating idle land for creation of additional public facilities

The government has affirmed yesterday that the utilization of land reclaimed by the administration in the past few years will strictly adhere to the Land

New hotel to potentially rise near Ruins of St. Paul’s

A new hotel will potentially soon be built in an area close to the Ruins of Saint Paul’s. The urban conditions plan (PCU) for the project was

Suncity’s Chau, co-defendants to pay HKD25 billion to gov’t

The Court of Final Appeal has dismissed appeals of the Suncity co-defendants, including former junket mogul Alvin Chau. Chau’s sentence of 18 years’ imprisonment

Court sells ex-junket manager’s assets in embezzlement case

The Court of First Instance has auctioned off the assets belonging to former junket manager Chan Yan Hung, who is accused of embezzling nearly

Domestic abuse case prompts call for greater support

The recent domestic violence case with serious criminal circumstances has sparked calls for increased efforts to combat and prevent such incidents. The director

Chinese firms eye Morocco as way to cash in on US electric vehicle subsidies

After the United States passed new subsidies designed to boost domestic electric vehicle production and cut into Beijing’s supply chain dominance, Chinese manufacturers began investing

Mainland man arrested for in-flight theft

A mainland Chinese man was arrested for stealing passengers’ belongings during a flight from Singapore to Macau, causing losses totaling MOP23,000. After preliminary investigations, the suspect was indicted

Monetary indicators show mixed trends in May

Macau’s broad money supply (M2) grew 1.4% in May, even as currency in circulation and demand deposits declined, according to the latest statistics from the Monetary Authority of

Gov’t recover parcel of land in Zone B

Yesterday, the SAR government initiated a collaborative clearance effort involving various departments to reclaim a parcel of state-owned land, spanning approximately 27,000 square meters in Zone B, that

Vacant land poses growing dengue fever, flooding risks

As Macau grapples with heavy rainfall and high humidity this summer, idle plots lacking proper management are raising concerns. These vacant, unmanaged plots

AMCM issues warning over fake social media bank loan ads

The Monetary Authority of Macau (AMCM) has issued a warning to the public regarding a series of fake, sponsored advertisements that appear to have been

Sniper Capital targets Taipa Village for six new projects

Sniper Capital, a real estate investment firm, has unveiled plans for six new property projects in the heart of Taipa Village. The latest ventures will

Casino projected for EBITDA decline in Q2

The earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for Macau’s gaming industry properties are expected to decline 4% in the second quarter of 2024.

MGM x RR1HK culinary masters concludes gastronomy journey

Over 400 guests from 10 countries gathered at MGM COTAI June 28-30 for the conclusion of Asia’s only MGM x RR1HK Culinary Masters event. Six internationally renowned chefs

Sands China awarded top training program honor

Sands China Ltd. has received the prestigious 2023 Excellence in Practice Award from the Association for Talent Development for its “The Knowledge – Be a Londoner Guide” training

China and the Philippines hold crucial talks to ease tensions after intense clash

China and the Philippines held a crucial meeting Tuesday to try to ease mounting tensions following their worst confrontation in the disputed South China Sea that sparked

Court tosses jailed ex-Prime Minister Najib’s bid to serve graft sentence in house arrest

A Malaysian court yesterday dismissed a bid by imprisoned former Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve his remaining corruption sentence under house arrest. In an April application,

Leaders of Russia and China meets in Central Asian summit in a show of deepening cooperation

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping is meeting for the second time in as many months as they visit Kazakhstan for a session

1995 Major wins Conservative leadership

The Prime Minister, John Major, has won his battle to remain leader of the Conservative Party. Mr Major received backing from 218 of the party’s MPs in the leadership

Much-improved Netherlands beats to reach first quarterfinal in 16 years

Netherlands 3, Romania 0 The Netherlands could be peaking at just the right time. The Dutch team reached its first European Championship quarterfinal in 16

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