MIECF with a focus on gov’t policies, promotes EVs and eco-friendly tableware

This year’s Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum & Exhibition (MIECF), to take place this weekend from December 9 to 11, will be aligned with the most

Exhibition of quality consumption held for the first time

  An exhibition showcasing a wide range of fine products from hundreds of brands worldwide opened in the city Friday. A forum on global bay areas also

SSM: Survey shows Macau residents using less tobacco

The number of cigarette smokers has fallen significantly from 79,400 to 59,700 between 2011 and 2022, according to the “Macau Population Tobacco Use Survey.” The

Anytime Fitness allegedly closes Macau operations

International gym chain Anytime Fitness closed its operations in Macau yesterday, according to a notice posted by the company. The company was contacted for verification

Barra Transport Hub to open partially tomorrow

The ground floor and the underground floors of the Barra Transport Hub will open for public use tomorrow, the government announced yesterday. Public facilities

CE recaps lessons for Macau from 20th Congress at gov’t seminar

Chief Executive Ho Lat Seng called for everyone to “diligently acquire and accurately comprehend” the spirit of the 20th Congress at a government seminar yesterday.

Casino on track for worst year on record, with November revenues plunging 56% y-o-y

Casino revenues in November plunged 56% from the previous year to MOP3 billion patacas, another figure that is set to likely put Macau on its

Alvin Chau calls for Suncity workers to be acquitted

The Court of First Instance heard the final evidence in the case involving former junket mogul Alvin Chau and several other defendants concerning the former gaming

Marathon proceeding this Sunday, only pro top athletes invited

The 41st Macau International Marathon will be run on the streets of Macau this Sunday under pandemic restrictions that have turned the event into an almost

The Kat O 1050 Metres Sand

2022-12-03 | Sat | 14:50 Joy of Friendship did well to finish sixth first up in his first MJC outing, his first run looks

2023 will be a year of continuity in the Transport and Public Works sector

The upcoming year will mainly focus on continuing works that started in the last two years within the transport and public works sector, the Secretary for

Hotel guests dip 22% y-o-y by October

The average occupancy rate of guest rooms of hotel establishments from January to October this year decreased by 12.0 percentage points year-on-year to 37.9%, data

Gov’t reports 10 new cases

Authorities have reported a total of 10 new Covid-19 cases as of 8 p.m. last night, majority of which are directly connected to the 74-year-old

ZAPE-Barra coastal promenade to start construction next year

Planning for the ZAPE-Barra coastal promenade construction should conclude next year, with subsequent commencement of construction to occur within the year, Lo Chi Kin, vice

Mandated RATs until tomorrow

The government has mandated that the public must take rapid antigen tests (RAT) from yesterday until tomorrow, following the discovery of new cases over the last few days.

Traffic accidents surge 20% y-o-y

Traffic accidents in October increased by 21.5% year-on-year to 1,080, with 383 people injured, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). From January

Photo competition to support Regatta 2023

A The organizing committee, which comprises the Sports Bureau (ID), the Ursa Major Sailing Event Management Company, the Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA), and the

Glow for the Holiday at the Award-Winning Spa

Count down to the most wonderful time of the year, TRIA, the award-winning spa at MGM, has prepare an array of limited specials to help you get your

Alvin Chau’s defense questions rationale behind allegations

The defense in the landmark Suncity case has questioned why the company would breach the law when it already had billions in annual income, local media

Gov’t and lawmakers dispute definition of ‘key-industries’

According to Vong, several articles of the new law use the term “key industries,” referring to industries which will benefit from the new government program assisting

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