Suspect of Cotai murder apprehended in Hunan

The male suspect in a murder case that took place in a resort in Cotai on May 7 was apprehended yesterday by the mainland police in

Inmate found dead at Coloane Prison

An inmate was found dead inside the lavatory of her cell at the Coloane Prison in the early hours of yesterday morning, the Correctional Services Bureau

Metaverse and crypto not on Rosário’s current legislation agenda

At this stage, the concepts of ‘metaverse’ and cryptocurrency will not be on the telecom-related legislation agenda, Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo do Rosário

Channel checks indicate visa denial of frequent gamblers: Bernstein

China's National Immigration Administration has recently reconfirmed strict Covid-19 border policy and restrictions on non-essential travel, a move that could further hamper arrivals, particularly of bettors, into

Gov’t U-turn on satellite casinos to particularly benefit SJM

SJM Holdings Ltd. shares rose to as much as 9.7% yesterday following the government reversing its decision on the gaming law amendment that all casinos would mandatorily

Proposed bill steps back to current law in force

The government has decided to abandon the idea to promote major changes to the new gaming law concerning the gaming concessionaires’ ownership, the amended version of the

ANM petition to parliament on old trees awaits gov’t responses

A parliamentary committee will invite responses from the government regarding a petition on the scrutiny of old tree protection submitted by a local community group.

Hengqin agencies considering permission for Macau teachers to teach

Convenient mechanisms to allow Macau teachers to teach in Hengqin are being investigated, Carmen Maria Chung, a legal official for the Guangdong-Macao Intensive Cooperation Zone in

Taiwan’s legislative report calls on law changes for Hong Kong and Macau

Taiwan's legislature is calling to protect its national security, citing a need to review its policy in categorizing Hong Kong and Macau as “foreign countries.”

Official: China’s economy reviving as anti-virus curbs ease

China's factory and consumer activity fell even more than expected in April under anti-virus controls, official data showed yesterday, but a Cabinet official said the economy is

Labor bureau assures supervision on non-local workforce size

Lawmaker Ron Lam was assured by the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) that it would closely monitor the size of non-local workforce and prioritize jobs for local

CE orders investigation on cultural fund

After the revelation of malpractices in the Cultural Industry Fund (FIC), Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng has ordered an investigation on the matter, the government

Gov’t drops casino venue ownership rule to save satellites

The government has amended the contentious rule that aimed to establish that all casinos would mandatorily be located in venues owned by the concessionaires. The amendment was

Health authorities allow quarantine hotel bookings until August

Taking into account the arrival of the summer season, the government is enforcing new rules for booking quarantine hotels in Macau, the representative of the

Group expects economy to run slow from May to July

Macau Economic Association (MEA) forecast the city’s economy to experience a low growth in the months from May to July, with the Prosperity Index expected to

Some Shanghai businesses to reopen today, officials say

Supermarkets, malls and restaurants in Shanghai will be allowed to open in a limited capacity starting today, officials said, even while it remained unclear whether

Macau waiting for neighbors’ experience before reducing quarantine period

Local health authorities are waiting to the see the outcome of lowered restrictions in neighboring regions before deciding on similar measures in Macau, as stats prove

Foreign teachers’ special entry scheme not extended to families

Questioned as to whether teachers may bring their families, Dr. Leong Iek Hou, coordinator at the local Center for Disease Control and Prevention said that “in principle,

Vilela says doubts remain on casino reversion in bill amendment

The UNLV Gaming Law Journal has this week published a study by a Macau-based gaming lawyer tackling the issue of casino reversion once concessions or sub-concessions expire.

Galaxy EBITDA down to HKD575m in Q1

Galaxy Entertainment Group’s (GEG) adjusted EBITDA in the first quarter was HKD575 million, down 33% year-on-year and down 45% from the previous quarter, according to an

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