Neway outlet closes after MACA copyright complaint

The Neway Karaoke outlet near the Golden Lotus Plaza has reportedly ceased operations, following copyright violations filed by a local non-governmental copyright entity. A

Macau GP: Strange dates for this year’s FIA GT World Cup

It was already known that the 71st Macau Grand Prix would count with the presence of the seventh FIA GT World Cup, which returned to the

Macau Cruise to welcome new operator

A new ferry company will join the Macau Cruise local maritime tourism program in 2024, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has said in a reply to

Putin warns that sending Western troops to Ukraine risks a global nuclear conflict

Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed yesterday to fulfill Moscow’s goals in Ukraine and sternly warned the West against deeper involvement in the fighting, saying that

Crimes increase 38% in 2023, Security chief calls for vigilance to combat phone scams

Friends and families are advised to work together to prevent phone and internet scams, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said yesterday at a press conference

Galaxy revenues hit HKD36b in 2023, to open office in Bangkok

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) recorded a revenue surge in 2023, hitting HKD35.7 billion, up 211% compared to the year prior. The gaming operator’s

Non-local workers banned from forming trade unions

The Trade Union Bill, currently under examination at a parliamentary committee, has recommended excluding non-local workers from establishing their own trade unions. The proposal is

City sees recovery in MICE sector

The number of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) events rose by 138.8% compared to the previous year, albeit from a low base, reaching 1,139

Lawmakers seek improved tourism experience, beyond numbers

Eight lawmakers took the opportunity to express opinions and suggestions to develop local tourism before the agenda of yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) session. Zheng

New version of Taiwan history book published

Anew version of the “General History of Taiwan,” a history book first published more than 100 years ago, was revealed at a ceremony in Beijing this week, according

Horse owners urge MJC to apologize to all Macau residents

In an open letter, several horse owners are calling on the Macau Jockey Club’s (MJC) board of directors to issue reasonable compensation to horse owners and

Gov’t seeking large open space for performances after Taipa Stadium saga

The government is in the process of securing large open space for concerts and performances after criticisms over leasing the Taipa Stadium for performances of a

Unemployment rate returns to pre-pandemic levels, DSEC claims

Official statistics released from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) show that the unemployment rate of local residents in the three months spanning November 2023

Price increases on some bakeries with hikes up to 12.5%

The price of several bakery products in Macau has seen an increase from January to February this year, the regular price investigation report from the

Gov’t resorts to community efforts to address unnoticed deaths of single elderly residents

Neighborhood business operators are encouraged to monitor elderly residents living nearby to improve care for elderly people who live alone. Director for Social Welfare, Hon Wai,

Embattled former foreign minister steps down as member of the legislature

China's former foreign minister, Qin Gang, who has been missing from public view since last June, has resigned from the national legislature, state media reported yesterday.

Major arbitration in Macau-seated Tribunal awards $175 million to local gaming firm

In a landmark decision that has rippled through the international arbitration community, a Macau-seated Tribunal has awarded a significant victory to a local company in its dispute

Lei Wai Nong expects 90% pre-Covid GDP this year

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong expects this year’s GDP will reach 90% of the level back in 2019, or a 10.3% de-facto

1,600 signatures submitted opposing landfill off Coloane coast

In opposition to a proposed landfill off the coast of Coloane, the organizers of a petition have submitted 1,600 signatures to the government over the

Month-long ‘Winter Operation’ from police forces finds 1,288 crime suspects

The month-long joint operation from all security forces that took place between January 22 and February 18 resulted in finding 1,288 people suspected of committing crimes

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