May revenue soars by 366% amid city running second for fastest growing economy

May revenue from the casino sector has seen a surge of 366% from a year ago to total MOP15.6 billion in May, again hitting a three-year

‘Phygital’ artworks celebrate Van Gogh’s birth

The new Artech exhibition is now open at One Central Macau until July 31, aiming to integrate physical art and digital art, to create “phygital”

GP Museum gaining traction in visitation but still a lot of potential

Since its opening after the complete renovation, the Macau Grand Prix Museum has attracted some 120,000 visitors. According to the deputy director of the

CPU approves residential building with 46.7m at Nam Van

The Urban Planning Committee (CPU) approved on Wednesday the Urban Conditions Plan (PCU) for a residential building to be constructed at the Nam Van Lake

Stalls for Lai Chi Vun Shipyards open for submission

In order to enrich the cultural tourism and leisure experience of the public and tourists, the Cultural Affairs Bureau plans to set up a featured market in the

Clube Militar to kick off gastronomy festival Jun. 18

Clube Militar de Macau will carry out another Portuguese Gastronomy and Wine Festival headed by Chef António Loureiro, from June 18 to October 27. This is the 24th

June 4 vigil organizer admits to group’s dissolution

One of the founders and leaders of The Macau Union of Democratic Development (UMDD) has admitted to dissolving the group amid the promulgation of the amended

IPIM highlights Chinese firms’ investment in Lusophone countries

There were Lusophone elements in an infrastructure expo in the form of officiating guests and sponsored projects, a local official insisted yesterday. U U Sang,

DSAL to launch more job-matching sessions

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) said it will continue to cooperate with the big six and launch at least six job-matching sessions with a total of 1,457 job

May LRT passengers slightly drop

The average daily passenger volume of Taipa’s Light Rapid Transit (LRT) in May stood at 5,500, a drop of 1,000 compared to April. April’s was the highest figure

135 residential transactions in first half of May

The city has seen a total of 135 residential transactions in the first half of May, 38 fewer than the second half of April, a drop of nearly

City records less than 3% of youth addicted to gambling

Over the past five years, Macau has recorded data showing that less than 3% of youths suffer from gambling disorders, Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) President Hon

PJ warns again of SMS scams

As numerous people continue to fall victim to consumer bonus point expiry notification scams, the Judiciary Police (PJ) has once again reminded the public to check the authenticity

MUR holds several meetings with Iao Hon property owners

As the legal framework for urban renewal takes effect on June 1, Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR) has held numerous meetings to help Iao Hon Estate property owners

June: Month of Portugal but without Saint John’s Fest

June has commenced and, with it, the traditional celebrations of the Portuguese community in Macau. Named “June – Month of Portugal”, the series of events

Cool off your summer with German Rieslings

Savor a weekend of relaxed sophistication and immerse yourself in the world of German Rieslings at the upcoming MGM Riesling Uncorked event in June. This highly anticipated wine

Security branch ‘surprised’ not getting Malaysian request on Jho Low

The Office of the Secretary for Security yesterday expressed “surprise and shock” it had received no inquiry for policing cooperation from Malaysia. Yesterday, the Times

Land beside Jai Alai Hotel for gov’t facility

The land plot at the Avenida do Dr. Rodrigo Rodrigues, between the Jai Alai Hotel and the Hotel Casa Real in the Outer Harbour area,

Canto-opera ‘Floral Princess’ to mix modernity and tradition in July

As part of the “Sands China Performing Arts Program,” Sands China has joined with the Utopia Cantonese Opera Workshop to propose new performances from the

IC to invite Broadway, West End shows to Macau

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has revealed plans to invite Broadway and West End performers to stage shows in Macau. The IC was replying

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