Greyhound adoptions set to complete by end-March

The process that aims to provide a solution for all the greyhounds from the former Macau Canidrome, will likely conclude by the end of next month,

HK’s pro-democracy lawmakers fear proposed update on extradition law

HONG Kong’s Security Bureau has proposed to allow extraditions to Macau, Taiwan and mainland China on a case-by-case basis, following a high-profile murder in Taiwan. Hongkonger

Legislative Assembly | Ho Iat Seng ‘prudently considers’ CE candidacy

The president of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Ho Iat Seng,  acknowledged yesterday to be “actively considering” his candidacy to be the next Chief Executive when

Zhang Yimou’s ‘One Second’ dropped from Berlin film festival

The latest film from famed Chinese director Zhang Yimou has been dropped from the Berlin film festival for what the festival described as technical reasons.

Thailand | Party fighting for survival after gaffe with princess

The Thai political party that took the unprecedented and ultimately unsuccessful step of nominating a member of the royal family as its candidate for prime minister was

Lawyer’s assailants to stand trial after years of legal wrangling

The two men who assaulted a Macau lawyer in a shocking broad daylight attack in 2013 will stand trial on June 3, after a lengthy legal

Monetary Authority | China-US trade tensions to impact local economy

GROWING trade tensions between China and the U.S. are likely to affect Macau’s economic performance this year in a negative way. That is one of the conclusions

Groups say some migrants face ‘slavery-like conditions’

SEVERAL groups of migrant workers gathered yesterday at the Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) calling for a review of policies on domestic workers including an outdated housing allowance and

Experts divided about impact of proposed Zhuhai-Shenzhen bridge on HKZMB

Some economic commentators and experts have expressed fears that plans for a Zhuhai-Shenzhen bridge would impact traffic on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai- Macau Bridge, while others say

Pompeo warns eastern Europe on Chinese and Russian meddling

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo yesterday invoked the 30th anniversary of the demise of communism to implore countries in Central and Eastern Europe to resist Chinese

Cinematheque to kick off Almodóvar showcase

Cinematheque Passion is showcasing a series of films by Spanish Pedro Almodóvar as part of its first “Director-in-Focus” series this year. To be held from

Gaming | Casino stocks gain on strong holiday tourism

Macau casino shares jumped after China’s Lunar New Year holiday saw tourism growth double to the world’s biggest gaming hub. China mainland visitors to Macau

Crime | Taxi driver caught driving under the influence of drugs

The police caught a taxi driver who was driving his taxi under the influence of drugs on Saturday, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) spokesperson said yesterday

Judge Song Man Lei to chair CE election committee again

The judge from the Court of Final Appeal (TUI), Song Man Lei, has once again been chosen to chair the election committee that scrutinizes the election of

Trade War | US naval patrol prompts Chinese protest as talks start

China accused the U.S. of “tricks” as two American warships sailed through waters claimed by Beijing on the eve of high-level trade talks. China’s foreign ministry

CNY tourist numbers over MGTO’s expectations

The total number of visitor arrivals for the 2019 Chinese New Year holiday had already exceeded last year’s figures, with nearly 1.4 million tourists recorded

Gaming tycoon hospitalized | Relatives say Stanley Ho’s health condition is not serious

Ina Chan, Stanley Ho’s third wife, dismissed reports that the casino tycoon has been admitted to intensive care, as reported by several media outlets. According

Domestic violence | Recovering victim has MOP 1.8m in medical expenses

Authorities have issued an update on the condition of a 31-year-old woman who was the victim of a domestic violence case in July 2018. According to

Boxing | ‘The Macau Kid’ to fight in Hainan

Local boxer Ng Kuok Kun, most popularly known as KK or “The Macau Kid,” is set to fight in Hainan in February, with a sponsorship from

Local footballer signs with FC Girondins de Bordeaux

Macau’s young football player David Cardoso signed a contract last week to move from Portuguese team Boavista FC to French team FC Girondins de Bordeaux. Cardoso

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