Ho Iat Seng to attend NPC opening session in Beijing

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng will attend the opening of the fourth session of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC) in Beijing tomorrow. In addition to Ho, many more Macau

Former SMG head wins court case against gov’t

Fong Soi Kun, the former director of the Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG), has had his successful challenge of his dismissal by the government upheld at the Court of Final

Covid-19 | Registered senior citizens for inactivated virus jab transfer requests to mRNA vaccine

  Half of approximately 100 senior individuals have transferred their vaccine requests to the mRNA vaccine, which rolled out yesterday, due to suitability concerns, Dr Tai Wah Hou, coordinator of the

Gaming | Gov’t records MOP3.2b in gaming tax revenue

Macau SAR’s tax revenue from the gaming industry stood at MOP3.21 billion for the first month of 2021, plunging an aggregate of 63.3% year-on-year. In the government’s current budget plan for

Briefs | Authorities find 50 suspected illegal workers

  A total of 50 suspected illegal workers were found last month on construction sites, in private flats, and within commercial and industrial establishments, according to a statement issued by the

Sports | Sands China title-sponsors city’s first-ever 10km run

Local gambling concessionaire Sands China Ltd. will be the title sponsor of the city’s debut 10km run contest, which is being jointly organized to take place on April 11 by

Zone A to have an automated water consumption metering system

Zone A of the new landfill sites will be the first area in Macau to have a new water metering system installed by Macao Water, the company’s executive director, Nacky

Gaming operators play pivotal role in suppressing organized crime: SVA

Gaming operators should be encouraged to eliminate triad and organized crime elements in order to assist the Macau SAR government in suppressing the violence arising from such crimes, according to

TSI: The Venetian’s ‘Gondola Ride’ subject to tourism tax

The famous gondola rides at The Venetian Macao are subject to the payment of 5% of tourism tax to the government, the judges of the Court of Second Instance (TSI)

Police: White powder found across city not responsible for dead cats

Public Security Police Force (PSP) has ruled out the suspicion that cats have been killed by white powder scattered across the city over the past two days. Such powder was seen

Breaking News: Las Vegas Sands sells its properties in USD6.25b deal

Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) today (Wednesday) announced that it has entered into definitive agreements to sell its Las Vegas real property and operations, including The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

Gov’t lifts NAT certificate requirement for casino entries

The requirement for patrons to present a nucleic acid test certificate proving they are negative for Covid-19 infection before they enter casinos was lifted at 12 a.m. today. The latest rules

Briefs | Calls for application for 2021 CIIE open

Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) is calling on local firms to participate in the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE), which will be held in Shanghai from November 5

China targets 40% vaccination rate by end-June, Zhong Nanshan says

The Chinese government strives to have 40% of its population vaccinated by the end of June, said Zhong Nanshan, China’s top coronavirus expert who helped formulate measures against the pandemic

‘Family reunion’ immigration applications mostly from the mainland

  In the past three years, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) received some 2,000 to 3,000 immigration applications motivated by “family reunions”, according to a report by TDM citing Lao

GBA | Gov’t committed to aligning closely with the nation’s cultural & tourism plan

The SAR government affirmed its commitment to closely align itself with the development directions stipulated in the Culture and Tourism Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (Plan),

IC verifying ages of two newly discovered old cannons

Yesterday morning, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) removed two old cannons from the construction site of the Galaxy resort project. Workers at the construction site reported the discovery of two cannons

Tour guides anticipate new tourism mode once pandemic is over

The city’s tour guides are anticipating a significant change in the mode of global tourism once the pandemic is over, Wu Wai Fong, chairman of the Macau Tourist Guide Association,

Crime | PJ inspector suspected of leaking confidential information

A 50-year-old investigator from the Judiciary Police (PJ) was arrested on Monday morning on suspicion of being connected to a case regarding the leaking of privileged information from the force

Immigration Law | Lawmakers concerned with apparent double-standard on penalties for crimes

Lawmakers of Third Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) have expressed concerns regarding the penal framework for the new crimes proposed to be introduced under the new immigration law

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