Analysts predict April gambling revenue to reach up to MOP 18.7b

The growth trajectory of Macau’s gaming industry remains uncertain, with only modest growth observed in recent months, according to analysts from Jefferies. The sector is facing

CE Electoral Commission president acknowledges election process is late

The president of the Electoral Affairs Commission for the Chief Executive (CE) Election, Judge Song Man Lei, has admitted that the commencement of the upcoming

Portuguese consulate to expand services to accommodate demand

The Consulate General of Portugal in Macau and Hong Kong is increasing temporarily the number of daily time slots for the renewal of Portuguese identity

President Xi meets Lavrov, reaffirms China’s emphasis on ties with Russia

Chinese leader Xi Jinping met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov yesterday in a sign of mutual support and shared opposition to Western democracies amid Moscow’s invasion

Shortage of local caregivers strains elderly homes and families: Caritas

24-hour support for the elderly, particularly those who are bedridden and frail, is one of the most sought-after services offered by Caritas, which operates several

Symposium kicks off ambitious plans to transform Macau’s entertainment industry

MGM Resorts International has embarked on an audacious endeavour to revolutionize Macau’s cultural landscape with its production, MGM 2049. The symposium, featuring esteemed filmmaker

Sands China launches entrepreneurship program with up to MOP1 million subsidies

Sands China has announced the launch of an entrepreneurship recruitment program, offering a range of training opportunities and operational subsidies with an initial capital investment

AL committee acknowledges ambiguity in new illegal gambling law

Lawmaker Chan Chak Mo conceded yesterday that certain concepts and parameters of the new illegal gambling law under scrutiny remain ambiguous and lack a clear

Russia FM Lavrov visits Beijing to emphasize ties with strongest political ally

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov arrived in Beijing yesterday to display the strength of ties with close diplomatic ally China amid Moscow’s grinding war against Ukraine.

Macau tops Asia’s list of fastest growing economies in 2024

Macau has topped the list of Asia’s fastest growing economies in 2024, with a booming a real GDP growth rate of 27.2% and a GDP per

PSP locks ambulance for illegal parking and unpaid road tax

An image of the ambulance owned by the Macau Football Association (MFA) parked yesterday on a street in Macau, with one of its wheels locked by

Porpoise carcass in Cheoc Van raises transparency concerns

A local ecological group has slammed the government for failing to publicize the report of the dead finless porpoise found in Cheoc Van. In a statement,

Ethical solution needed for Macau Jockey Club horses

Macau authorities are seeking an ethical solution for three ceremonial horses currently housed at the Macau Jockey Club. The horses’ welfare came under scrutiny last

Macau billionaires prominent in latest Forbes list

Forbes last week unveiled its latest list of the world’s wealthiest individuals, with few notable names tied to Macau’s gaming industry retaining their spots.

Yellen says US-China relationship on ‘more stable footing’ but more can be done to improve ties

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen sent a message of mutual cooperation at a meeting yesterday with Chinese Premier Li Qiang, highlighting the improvement in relations since

Gov’t activates emergency mechanism for Macau students

An earthquake measuring 7.2 magnitude struck off Taiwan’s eastern coast during rush hour yesterday morning, sending tremors felt in the capital Taipei as well as in southern

Easter holidays attract fewer visitors than expected

The Easter holidays season saw fewer visitors than expected to Macau, according to figures from the Public Security Police Force (PSP) Immigration Department. A

Gaming results in March meet expectations

Revenues from local casinos last month have aligned precisely with forecasts by several consulting, financial and investment institutions. According to an official release by

Macau businesses struggle without local customer base: association

Businesses in Macau’s residential neighborhoods sat quietly over the recent Easter holiday, illustrating that more Macau local residents are choosing to spend their money across the

Macau horse racing ends after 40 years

Emotions ran high as attendees bade farewell to Macau’s iconic horse racing track, with many expressing sadness over its permanent closure. After more than 40 years, Macau’s hippodrome hosted its

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