Commercial spaces at Barra Transport Hub without prospective tenants

The commercial area of the Barra Transport Hub has not attracted any interest among business owners for potential rental agreements, the government stated in response

Gov’t lowers maximum income ceiling, assets for public housing applicants

The government has decided to reduce the maximum income ceiling for public housing applicants by about 7%. The decision was communicated through a Chief Executive order

Casino players not deterred amid stiff economic headwinds: Citi

According to Citigroup (Citi), casino players “are not going to be deterred by anything less than a direct-hit typhoon or a ‘black’ warning-level rainstorm.”

Covid-19 Centre discontinued after over three years

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre was closed yesterday, according to a Chief Executive Dispatch published on the same day. Pursuant to dispatch 156/2023,

Lawmaker Ron Lam blames ID for lack of communication on Lin Fong

Lawmaker Ron Lam has criticized the decision to discontinue public swimming lessons at Lin Fong Swimming Pool without prior consultation or communication with the public.

Wang Yi heads to Russia after meeting with US national security adviser

China’s top diplomat is heading to Russia for security talks after two days of meetings with U.S. President Joe Biden’s national security adviser over the weekend in

Malaysia holds first National Day in city to boost ties with GBA

Malaysia has held its National Day Reception in the SAR for the first time to show that Macau has a “significant role to play between Malaysia and

11th Yao Foundation Charity Game staged for the first time in Macau

The 11th annual charity basketball match organized by the Yao Foundation, founded by former NBA star Yao Ming, took place in Macau over the weekend.

Andaz opens doors as integral part of Galaxy MICE complex

The 700-plus room Andaz Macau, operated by Hyatt, opened last Friday as an integral part of the Galaxy International Convention Centre (GICC). With two towers

GP Museum soon to feature paintings from Joao Saldanha’s ‘GP Legends’ collection

A “dream come true” is the way that Portuguese artist João Saldanha described his reaction to the news that 12 of his “Macau GP Legends” collection paintings would

Ireland puts Tonga away, underdog Portugal harasses Wales and Samoa arrives

IRELAND 59, TONGA 16 Top-ranked Ireland gambled on fielding its first team against Tonga at the Rugby World Cup this weeked just a week out from

Economic group suggests vigilance despite smooth economy

Despite the city’s smoothly recovering economy, underlying factors may fluctuate, Macau Economic Association (MEA) warned yesterday in a statement. Amid its announcement on the latest Prosperity

CE reiterates national importance of GBA

The Greater Bay Area (GBA) is of national importance and is an engine for national development, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said yesterday at the opening

Local woman loses over MOP13.6 million in cryptocurrency scam

A local woman in her 60s is reported to have lost the equivalent of MOP13.64 million in a fraudulent cryptocurrency investment scheme, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed.

High rollers back on gaming table as junket agents return

The casino’s VIP sector is “surprisingly strong due to the return of the junket agents” under a new arrangement to lure high-rollers to the gaming

Chinese brands should go global but stay local

Financial and market power will always be the key business objective of any branded product or service. Yet brands need to pay greater attention to the branding

Lei: Casino ops to add 20% in non-gaming investment if revenues reach MOP180b

The Macau government’s contracts with the six gaming concessionaires stipulated that an additional 20% of its pledge in the non-gaming investment will be required if

Central gov’t to issue RMB5b of treasury bonds in Macau

China's Ministry of Finance said it will issue a sovereign bond of RMB5 billion yuan in Macau on September 20, a move considered to support

2023 Marathon to change route passing through Cotai

The 42nd edition of the Macau International Marathon to be run in December has heeded public opinion and will have new routes that will explore

PSP to monitor and prosecute bus overloading

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) will be paying attention to the growing cases of public buses overloading their passenger capacity and fine the perpetrators accordingly,

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