Wynn leads stock rally after conclusion of bidding process that ‘lacks transparency’

Casino shares rallied yesterday following the announcement of the new licenses the incumbent big six will receive by the end of the year, with Wynn

Ao Ieong: Gov’t to boost platforms to attract talents for industry diversification

The government aims to attract highly-skilled workers to Macau in a bid to fulfill its goal of diversifying the city’s industries, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Elsie

Project at Patio da Eterna Felicidade wins UNESCO Award

A The award ceremony took place in Bangkok last weekend. The local project was awarded the prize for New Design in Heritage Contexts. The award considers

China recruits new reserve astronauts, open to those SARs

China is projected to recruit 12 to 14 new reserve astronauts, and the selection, which started in September, is open, for the first time, to payload

Four new positive cases, authorities say risk is under control

Local health authorities have detected four new and related cases of Covid-19 infection. Although the cases will demand the lockdown of some buildings and establishments

Omicron BF.7, major strain causing latest outbreak in Beijing: Medical expert

Omicron BF.7 has become the main strain in Beijing›s latest COVID-19 flare-up, with the virus possessing the strongest infection ability across the family of Omicron sub-variants in China and

Incumbent casinos win new licenses, Genting shut out

The six incumbent operators will retain their concessions and will be awarded a 10-year license, ending the major uncertainties surrounding the concessionaires who have long been

Security: DNA database to move forward

The creation of a Macau DNA database for criminal investigations is considered very important work by the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak, who says that

Former DSSOPT head points to former superintendents in court

Former Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) director Li Canfeng has called on a court of law to subpoena his two former supervisors to testify

AirAsia anticipates no Macau flight resumption soon

There are no immediate plans to resume flights to Macau, Celia Lao, Greater China Region general manager of AirAsia Digital, said yesterday. Before 2020, the

Tsai resigns as party leader after election loss

Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen resigned as head of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party following local election losses on Saturday in which voters chose the opposition Nationalist

Six incumbent gaming operators retain concessions

The six incumbent operators will retain their concessions and will be awarded a 10-year license, the government committee for the gaming concessions public tender announced this morning (Saturday). The

Anti-graft watchdog busts alleged breach of confidentiality

A The corruption watchdog said the proprietor had colluded with former colleagues to obtain such information, so he could attract customers by providing lower-priced quotes.

Hong Kong emigres crave taste of milk tea from home

In London, Wong Wai-yi misses the taste of home. A year ago, the 31-year-old musician was in Hong Kong, earning a good living composing for

Economy chief has no definite answer to high fuel prices

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong has no solution to the issue of soaring fuel prices but insists that “we need to do the math.”

A decade to ‘change the image of Macau,’ gov’t proposes

It has been confirmed that the local government is trying to reduce casino activities to irrelevance or something merely residual through diversification of the economy

Promising Spain brings back the ‘tiki-taka’

It was a World Cup win fit for a king. Literally. King Felipe VI was among those congratulating Spain in Qatar after its 7-0 rout

Freight plane forced to return due to engine failure

A freight plane set to depart Macau yesterday afternoon returned to ground after take-off due to engine failure, the Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) confirmed. Eyewitnesses notified

Lei sets out a two-step plan for the economic sector in 2023

Revitalizing the economy first so that it can then be developed is the plan of the Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lei Wai Nong, for 2023. Lei

Labor Over 5,700 residents hired through DSAL sessions amid high-unemployment rate

Data from the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) shows that it has assisted a total of 5,762 residents to be hired through their job-matching sessions since the

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