Only one supermarket kept prices steady between April and May

A regular monthly price inspection of a series of products in local supermarkets has found that in general, only one store kept the prices stable since the

Employees suspected of colluding with criminal group to defraud casinos of MOP4.5 million

A criminal group is suspected of recruiting casino employees to help “tamper” with casino cards, resulting in the defrauding of Cotai casinos of a total of MOP4.54

China looks to secure Paris Olympics berth with return of star player Zhu Ting

The FIVB Women’s Volleyball Nations League is set to make its return to the city today until June 2 at the Galaxy Arena. Beginning today, the city

City sees surge in MICE events and revenues in Q1

Fresh government data shows that Macau experienced a significant increase in MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions) activities during the first quarter of 2024. The

Emperor Entertainment Hotel acquires HK serviced apartments building for HKD700m

Emperor Entertainment Hotel Ltd, which operates the Grand Emperor Hotel and casino in Macau, has agreed to acquire a 25-story serviced apartment building in Hong Kong for

Construction site fined for illegal sewage discharge

A construction site in Nam Van illegally discharged muddy wastewater into the public sewer, authorities say. The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) discovered unfiltered yellow mud entering the sewer

Drunk driver crash hospitalized

A suspected drunk driver was hospitalized after crashing his car into a rock wall in Zone A of the new landfills early Monday, according to police. The single-vehicle

Over 1,700 new UM grads

The University of Macau (UM) will see a total of 1,718 undergraduate students graduate from bachelor programs this coming Saturday. Among them, 66 outstanding students from different faculties

Wynn Macau to host snooker exhibition match

Wynn Macau Ltd has announced an upcoming “Snooker Legend and Rising Star Exhibition Game,” set to take place at Wynn Macau on May 31. The event will pit

Macau expects summer spike in IVS tourists from mainland China

Macau's travel industry is anticipating a summer spike in Individual Visit Scheme (IVS) tourists from mainland China, according to Andy Wu Keng Kuong, president of the

MGTO to promote Macau in Seoul

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will roll out the four-day “Experience Macao roadshow in Korea” this Thursday preceded by the “Macao Tourism + MICE Product Updates Seminar

DSAL records 10 deaths from work-related accidents

The Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) has disclosed that 10 individuals lost their lives in Macau last year due to work-related accidents, as stated in the “statistical analysis report

Subsidies for non-higher education teachers increase 3%

The allowance for professional development and the direct allowance for non-higher education teachers will see an increase of approximately 3% in the upcoming academic year, as cited in

Foreign employees suspected of theft at frozen meat company

Two male Filipino foreign employees of a frozen meat company have been arrested on suspicion of stealing goods from the warehouse and selling them to local

DSEDJ announces applications for student loans, scholarships for Portugal

Applications for study grants for tertiary education studies in Portugal as well as for loan grants, under the Higher Education Financing Plan from the Education

UNODC calls to treat drug addiction as public health challenge, advocating a more efficient judicial system

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) believes that the local government must look to “always adopt a balanced approach in treating drug

New DSEDJ campsite at Cheoc Van ready this year

A new government facility dedicated to the younger generation, which includes a campsite and a youth activity center, will be ready before this year’s end, the Education

Economy rebound surpasses expectations as GDP rises 26% in Q1

Macau's economy has shown remarkable signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2024 as the gross domestic product (GDP) surged 25.7% year-on-year in real terms,

Longest intercity railway in Greater Bay Area put into operation

Two sections of railway in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area were put into operation yesterday, marking the opening of the longest intercity railway route in the

Officials monitor virus mutations as cases rise nearby

The Health Bureau (SSM) is closely watching the mutations of influenza viruses and new coronaviruses due to a rise in cases in neighboring regions. Officials

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