Health Bureau records 10th imported case of dengue fever

The Health Bureau (SSM) has diagnosed a 10th imported case of dengue fever in a female resident who travelled to Pattaya and Bangkok earlier this month.

Greater convenience proposed for non-local arbitrators

The First Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) has proposed that the government ease restrictions to make it more convenient for non-local arbitrators to work in

Broadway Macau | Interactive multimedia on show at Hello Kitty exhibition

Galaxy Entertainment Group is presenting “Hello Kitty Hello Again” at Broadway Macau, with additional plans to bring the exhibition to nearby Greater Bay Area cities.

By-election Committee sworn in

The Electoral Affairs Committee for the by-election of the Legislative Assembly (AL) was inaugurated at a swearing-in ceremony held at the Government Headquarters. Chief

MEMORY LANE

Photo credit: Pedro Castro Silva, 1994 The first formal border crossing between Macau and China was built in 1573. After several modifications and repairs, it finally gave way to

Briefs | 58 illegal workers found in June

The Public Security Police (PSP) has identified 58 illegal workers in June, according to a statement released by PSP and the Labour Affairs Bureau. The two bureaus inspected

Court rules against stamp duty refund

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has ruled against an appeal made by a claimant for a stamp duty refund relating to a real estate transaction

Civil Protection develops app to ‘keep the population informed’

The Civil Protection Task Force yesterday presented a summary of the work done by its constituent departments and groups ahead of the start of Macau’s so-called

Environment | DSPA in regular contact with police on reusable bottle initiative

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) has told the Times it will remain in regular communication with the Public Security Police Force (PSP) on the effectiveness of

Analysis | The fringe players keeping a close eye as 2022 edges closer

The current gaming concessions are due to expire on June 2022, but little information has been disclosed by the government regarding how the process will

Gaming | US: Ex-governor to lead Sands’ push for casino in New York City

Former New York Gov. David Paterson is joining Las Vegas Sands to lead the casino and resort developer’s push for a casino in New York City.

Three casinos reportedly testing facial recognition system

Three casinos are reportedly testing facial recognition systems inside their premises, the director of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), Paulo Martins Chan, revealed yesterday.

Briefs | Minor injuries after roof collapse at California casino

Eleven people suffered mostly minor injuries when a roof collapsed Monday at a Los Angeles area casino, raining debris into the lobby area, authorities said. The Los Angeles

Martial Arts | Wushu tournament to return with kickboxing section

The Wushu Masters Challenge 2019 will be held from August 1 to 4, featuring a new competition called the Kickboxing Championship of the Greater Bay Area. In its

Lisboeta job fair looks to fill 1,500 vacancies for residents

Yesterday, Macau Theme Park and Resort Limited (MTPR) held a recruitment fair for its upcoming integrated resort project, Lisboeta, offering 1,500 vacancies for 180 non-gaming positions.

Heritage | UNESCO concerned about impact of land reclamation

The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has expressed concerns about the impact of Macau’s land reclamation projects on world heritage sites, according to a report by TDM Radio

Crime | Mainlander scammed out of 210,000 yuan by her friend

Scams, fraud and theft remain among the most common types of reported crime, according to the latest cases shared by the Public Security Police (PSP), racking

Gaming | Macau Slot says illegal sports betting is hurting the sector

The operation of unlicensed betting companies in Macau is hurting the development of the sports betting sector, says local operator Macau Lottery Co., Ltd. (Macau Slot). A

Lower charges keep tourist prices stable

In the second quarter of this year, the tourist price index (TPI) has held mostly stable, registering only a slight drop of 1.4% year-on-year, information from the Statistics and

Macao Smart Hotel Awards applications now open

Organized by the Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau in collaboration with the Macao Government Tourism Office and the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center, the 2019 Macao Smart Hotel

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