Residents in favor of utilizing MJC land for recreational facilities, survey finds

The “People’s Alliance for the Construction of Macau” (Aliança de Povo de Instituição de Macau) has surveyed 587 locals on the future of the land plot

Xi calls on world powers to help Russia and Ukraine resume direct dialogue

Chinese President Xi Jinping called on world powers to help Russia and Ukraine resume direct dialogue during a meeting yesterday with Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán,

Beijing cracks down on city’s illicit ‘currency exchange gang’

China's Ministry of Public Security has launched a major crackdown on “money exchange gangs” operating in Macau, targeting illegal foreign exchange activities linked to a surge in

Rare 1955 footage of second Macau GP goes online

Rare footage of the second Macau Grand Prix in 1955 has been published online. Richard Delingpole, the son of racer Malcolm Delingpole who appears in the

MOP113 million price tag for Cotai’s new temporary arena

The government has extended invitations to six companies to take part in the tender process for the construction of Cotai’s new 50,000-seat temporary outdoor performance

Hong Kong racers dominate qualification races Macau GP

The Macau Touring Car Series (MTCS) ended yesterday afternoon at the Zhuzhou International Circuit. It consisted of two rounds of qualification races for this

Activist Joshua Wong asks for a lesser sentence in landmark security case

Prominent activist Joshua Wong asked for a lesser sentence in court Friday after he earlier pleaded guilty in Hong Kong’s biggest national security case. Wong was

Bamboo scaffolding industry complains to CE, claims lack of support

Representatives from the bamboo scaffolding industry delivered a letter yesterday morning to the Chief Executive (CE), complaining of a lack of support for their traditional

Residents slam gov’t over botched road renovations in Cotai

Macau residents have taken to social media to criticize the government’s handling of road work around the Cotai ecological reserve. The newly constructed

TSI extends Jackson Chang’s sentence to eight years

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has upheld the corruption convictions of two former leaders of the Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM). The

Losses from phone and online fraud at nearly MOP60 million

Phone and internet scams in Macau have resulted in losses of nearly MOP60 million in the first quarter of 2024, police said, with students comprising a

Industry optimistic about summer holidays

The local tourism industry is optimistic about the summer holiday season, the lawmaker and president of the Association of Macao Tourist Agents, Cheung Kin Chung, said

Leaders of China, Russia attend summit of regional security grouping

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday attended the summit of a security grouping created by Moscow and Beijing to counter Western alliances.

Gov’t commits to allocating idle land for creation of additional public facilities

The government has affirmed yesterday that the utilization of land reclaimed by the administration in the past few years will strictly adhere to the Land

New hotel to potentially rise near Ruins of St. Paul’s

A new hotel will potentially soon be built in an area close to the Ruins of Saint Paul’s. The urban conditions plan (PCU) for the project was

Suncity’s Chau, co-defendants to pay HKD25 billion to gov’t

The Court of Final Appeal has dismissed appeals of the Suncity co-defendants, including former junket mogul Alvin Chau. Chau’s sentence of 18 years’ imprisonment

Court sells ex-junket manager’s assets in embezzlement case

The Court of First Instance has auctioned off the assets belonging to former junket manager Chan Yan Hung, who is accused of embezzling nearly

Domestic abuse case prompts call for greater support

The recent domestic violence case with serious criminal circumstances has sparked calls for increased efforts to combat and prevent such incidents. The director

Chinese firms eye Morocco as way to cash in on US electric vehicle subsidies

After the United States passed new subsidies designed to boost domestic electric vehicle production and cut into Beijing’s supply chain dominance, Chinese manufacturers began investing

Property market shows signs of recovery following removal of cooling measures

Macau’s property market experienced a significant rebound in the second quarter of 2024 after the lifting of purchase and sale restrictions, according to a recent report by

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