NJ gambling revenue matches all-time high, with online help

New Jersey’s gambling revenue matched its all-time high of $5.2 billion in 2022, but only half that amount was won by casinos from in-person gamblers.

China records first population fall in decades as births drop

For the first time in decades, China has fewer people than it did at the start of last year, according to official figures released yesterday.

More public parking lots to open by CNY

A new public parking lot in Coloane has recently been opened, alongside two existing lots that will be functionally transformed or expanded, the Transport Bureau (DSAT)

Hotels may reduce capacity during CNY due to manpower shortage

Local hotels may need to cap their maximum guest capacity to 70-80% during the Lunar New Year holidays (CNY), commencing this Sunday, due to a shortage

Former pawnshop worker being traced for property appropriation

Meanwhile, another suspect, a local man aged 35 years surnamed Lio, has been apprehended due to his connection to the case. The case was reported to

Lawmakers’ concerns with fees at the Islands hospital

Lawmakers have raised concerns about the medical fees residents will incur if they seek medical services at the Islands District Medical Complex (Islands Hospital).

China’s growth falls to 3%, gradually reviving

China’s economic growth fell to its second-lowest level in at least four decades last year under pressure from anti-virus controls and a real estate slump,

MGM COTAI Named “Best Integrated Resort” by China Voyage Magazine

China Voyage Magazine has listed MGM COTAI as one of the “Best Integrated Resort” in their 2022 Best Hotel & Resort Value Award. With its proud collection of cultural tourism

Trade Union Law passed in first reading despite heavy criticism

The bill that aims to legalize and regulate the creation of Trade Unions in Macau was passed yesterday at the Legislative Assembly (AL) in its first

Morgan Stanley raises Jan daily GGR estimate to MOP250M

Visitation numbers to Macau have picked up since China eased its zero-Covid policy on Jan. 8, although Chinese New Year’s (CNY) visitor numbers will be “the

Only 8% of licensed guns in Macau are in the possession of ‘common citizens’

Only 8.2% of all licensed guns for personal protection use are in the possession of “common citizens,” the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak said in

40 from HK tourism trade conclude Macau visit

A The delegates toured around the city, “experiencing Macau’s Tourism+ elements in person,” the MGTO noted. They were shown several World Heritage sites and facilities at

State Secrets are mostly top-secret

The law that regulates state secrets was passed yesterday at the Legislative Assembly (AL) in its first reading. Although several lawmakers questioned the “simplicity”

Business trusted most in a more polarized world, report says

People worldwide are more gloomy about their economic prospects than ever before and trust business far more than other institutions like governments, nonprofits and the media in

MGM Exclusively Presents “George Lam Keep Smiling Concert Macau”

MGM is delighted to welcome veteran singer, George Lam Tsz-Cheung, to sing through the celebration of the Year of the Rabbit. Hong Kong’s renowned singer George Lam, well-known as the

Record-breaking weekend in visitors’ number, 160,000 in three days

This weekend was a record-breaking one in what concern the number of visitors to Macau. In three days (Friday to Sunday) Macau registered according to the

68 confirmed dead after plane crashes in Pokhara

A Scores of rescue workers and onlookers crowded near a steep gorge yesterday afternoon, as rescuers combed the wreckage on the edge of the cliff and

Local documentary film contest calls for proposals

The “Local View Power” documentary film contest is returning once again in 2023 with the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), calling from proposals until March 8,

Tigerair Taiwan preparing for Macau route resumption

Tigerair Taiwan has said that it is preparing to resume flights between Macau and Taiwan, but no exact date has been given, in a response to

Group expects Prosperity Index to improve this month

The city’s Prosperity Index is estimated to increase by almost a whole point this month, the Macau Economic Association (MEA) announced in a statement. The index

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