MGM Brings Summer Mega Event Excitement to Barra District: Establishing A Walkable Lifestyle Destination in Trend

MGM has launched the Barra District “Summer Hype” Series Event this July, marking a new milestone in the area’s revitalization progress. This exciting series features not only an array

Macau anticipated to mirror Hong Kong’s steps in regulating ride-hailing services

The local community is expecting Macau to follow in Hong Kong’s footsteps by regulating online ride-hailing platforms through licensing – a move that has long been

Time capsule: Macau’s 25-year transformation captured in photos

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Macau’s return to Chinese sovereignty, the Macau Museum will host a special photography exhibition titled “Old Meets New: A Historical

Temporary housing in Areia Preta enters final stages

The temporary housing project on Lot P in Areia Preta is expected to be completed by the end of 2024, providing much-needed transitional accommodation for

Consumer confidence at an ‘all time high’

The consumer confidence index of the city has reached a record high during the second quarter, indicating a significant boost in consumer optimism regarding economic

Lack of visuals a challenge for senior residents in choosing apartments

Lawmaker Wong Kit Cheng has urged the government to provide senior residents with the option of viewing elderly housing units via video to set realistic expectations

Kyiv mourns as rescuers make last-ditch efforts at children’s hospital hit by Russian missile

Rescue operations stretched into a second day at a major Kyiv children’s hospital struck by a Russian missile, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said yesterday, adding that 38

Police apprehend nearly 300 individuals engaging in unlawful behavior

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has been carrying out its “Operation Thunder 2024”. The taskforce, coordinated by police authorities has been inspecting various establishments for

Yeung makes history for Macau’s Squash

Macau's squash player Gigi Yeung made history on finals day at the City of Greater Shepparton International Open (Australia), becoming the first-ever player from Macau to

Macau holds job fairs to fill over 140 vacancies

The Labour Affairs Bureau and the Macau Federation of Trade Unions are hosting job fairs from July 16 to July 19, offering 147 vacancies across various industries. The

Youths lose MOP178,000 in online job-hunting scam

Six local young people fell victim to an online job-hunting scam, losing a total of MOP178,000, the Judiciary Police reported. From June to July, the victims, two men

Gaming tax revenue at MOP45 billion

Gaming tax revenue for the first half of the year reached MOP44.7 billion with an execution rate of 53.6%, according to the latest data from the

DSAL, Melco launch hospitality employment opportunity

The Labour Affairs Bureau and Melco Resorts introduced the “Melco Resorts & Entertainment Basic Progression Plan - Hotel Operations” yesterday, providing 28 job openings. The plan, designed as

Gov’t calls for exhibitors for Investment Fair

The 29th Macau International Trade and Investment Fair (MIF) is scheduled to take place from October 16 to 19. The Commerce and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) is calling

Guangzhou relaxes measures for home buyers from Macau

Guangzhou has recently relaxed restrictions on home purchases for residents of Macau, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The authorities have stated that there are no limitations on the number

To counter China, NATO and its Asian partners are moving closer under US leadership

In the third year of the war in Ukraine, NATO is set to deepen relations with its four Indo-Pacific partners, which, although not part of the military

Rescuers search for dozens buried by a landslide that killed at least 23 people

Rescue workers dug through tons of mud and rubble yesterday as they searched for dozens of missing people after a landslide hit an unauthorized gold mining area

Australia appoints special envoy to confront a rise in antisemitism across the country

The Australian government named a special envoy yesterday to confront a rise in antisemitism across the country since the Israel-Hamas war began. A similar

Trump returns to campaign trail amid calls for Biden to withdraw

President Donald Trump is getting back on the campaign trail, rallying voters in his home state at his flagship golf resort in a celebratory mood as Democrats

1943 Western Allies invade Sicily

The armed forces of Britain, the United States and Canada have landed on the Mediterranean island of Sicily. It is the first major landing of British troops

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