Outer Harbour Terminal adjustments due to vessel ‘swap’

The changes to the layout of the berths at the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal in Macau are due to a commercial and operational decision from the

MUST predicts small-scale outbreak in Macau in May

The Large-scale Epidemic Intelligent Forecast and Early Warning System Research Center, an academic unit within the Faculty of Innovation Engineering of the Macau University of

AMCM raises the interest rate to 5%, highest rate since 2008

The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) has adjusted the benchmark interest rate to 5% (+0.25%), AMCM noted in a press statement. This is the highest

National secret vs public interest trade-off not discussed at parliamentary committee

A The First Standing Committee held a meeting yesterday to consider the Bill. Committee members raised questions about the Bill for the compilation of a

Hong Kong woos visitors with air tickets and vouchers

Hong Kong will give away air tickets and vouchers to woo tourists back to the international financial hub, racing to catch up with other popular

Gaming revenue jumps 82.5% as China, HK travel resumes

The city’s casinos saw gross gaming revenue (GGR) surge in January as China’s  The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) The recovery follows 10

Character witnesses highlight sense of responsibility and generosity of Tak Chun’s boss

The trial of the Tak Chun Group CEO and eight other defendants continued yesterday at the Court of First Instance (TJB). In a session dominated

Lawmaker Lei stresses mutual consent as basis for critical change

When critical employment principles are to be changed, mutual consent from both employer and employee is critical, lawmaker Ella Lei said yesterday. Lei is part of the Macao

New top lawyer relies on public opinion on his future stance

The new president of the Macau Lawyers’ Association (AAM) will rely on public opinion to decide if he will be progressive or conservative at this post.

Taiwan activates defenses in response to China incursions

Taiwan scrambled fighter jets, put its navy on alert and activated missile systems in response to nearby operations of 34 Chinese military aircraft and nine warships

Fernandez signing caps big-spending Chelsea’s latest spree

Chelsea completed another staggering spending spree by its new American ownership — more than $350 million this time — by signing Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez for a

IMF upgrades outlook for the global economy in 2023

The outlook for the global economy is growing slightly brighter as China eases its zero-COVID policies and the world shows surprising resilience in the face

IAM to renovate Seac Pai Van Park

Plans will be compiled to improve the environment and facilities of the Seac Pai Van Park in Coloane, a municipal officer announced yesterday. The

CE meets with HK investment representative

Chief Executive Ho Iat Sengthis week  held a meeting with a delegation led by Chairman Peter Lam Kin-ngok of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC)

Hotel occupancy in 2022 at just 38.4%, the second lowest rate ever

The hotel occupancy rate in Macau throughout 2022 was 38.4%, according to an official release from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). The figure represents

PJ records 30% fewer casino-related offenses last year

About 30% less crimes related to casinos were recorded year-on-year in 2022, the Judiciary Police (PJ) stated in its annual criminal report. To be exact,

China scoffs at new Czech president’s phone call with Taiwan

China yesterday accused Czech President-elect Petr Pavel of challenging its hard line on national sovereignty by affirming ties with self-ruled Taiwan in a phone call with the

Analysts expect mass GGR to recover to 60-70% of 2019 level

JP Morgan is satisfied with the pace and extent of the recovery of Macau’s gaming industry, expecting the Chinese New Year (CNY) mass GGR to recover to

Airport traffic expectations fell slightly short

The air traffic at the Macau International Airport (MIA) fell slightly short (-5.2%) in comparison with the expectations from the airport company (CAM) for the

Gov’t to improve Hengqin border post to boost use

Local government wants to improve the facilities of the Macau Port Area at the Hengqin Border to facilitate the use of this checkpoint by locals and visitors,

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