Courts | Chiang’s ‘re-trial’ a violation of right to defense, say lawyers

The lawyers for defendant Scott Chiang, who was this week found guilty of unlawful assembly a second time by the Court of First Appeal, have described his

Portugal PM praises bilateral relations during Chui visit

Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said yesterday (Macau time) that his country’s relationship with China is an important element of its national policy. During his meeting with

Fugitive Extradition Bill: Macau gov’t will wait for Hong Kong

The president of the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM), Jorge Neto Valente, thinks that is too early to debate the possibility of the Macau government preparing a bill

Lawyer’s Day to promote mediation and conciliation

This year’s celebration of Lawyer’s Day, an event organized by the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM), will for the first time feature free mediation sessions, wherein legal professionals

Briefs | UM, Imperial College London to offer collaborated PhD

The University of Macau (UM) has announced that they will be offering a “1+3” PhD program with Imperial College London (ICL). The plan was secured with the signing of

Art Macao | Grace Kelly exhibition opens at Galaxy Macau

Part of the Art Macao campaign debuting this year, the “Grace Kelly: From Hollywood to Monaco” exhibition opened yesterday at Galaxy Macau. Upon

Macau concealers | Decision to block media outlet from gov’t info revoked

A decision by the director of the Government Information Bureau (GCS) to prevent online media Macau Concealers from accessing a ‘media-only’ government information portal has been overturned by the

Macao Creative Pavilion to promote culinary culture in Shenzhen

The Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Cultural Industries Fund of the Macau SAR Government are jointly hosting the Macao Creative Pavilion at the 15th China (Shenzhen) International

Advertorial | Macau Daily Times presents: IT ALL STARTED WITH SANDS MACAO Part 4: Supporting local SME suppliers

The opening of Sands Macao on May 18, 2004, marked the beginning of an era of transformation for Macau’s tourism industry – a period that has witnessed enormous growth

Gaming | Analysts expect strong visitation won’t translate into growth

Analysts are not expecting much from gaming revenue growth this month after gloomy April disappointed amid soaring visitation in the special administration region. Bank

Tourism authority: no plan for visitor tax

The director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), Helena de Senna Fernandes, has said that there is no plan to implement a visitor arrival tax.

Daisy Ho to be keynote speaker at G2E Asia

Daisy Ho, chairman and executive director of SJM Holdings Ltd, is set to deliver a keynote speech at the G2E Asia 2019 Conference that will be held

A Hong Kong doctor’s ‘Nefarious Network’ sparks market inquiry

The Hong Kong billionaire known as the “King of Toys” says he was asleep at 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning two years ago when Roy

Rainwater infiltration ‘might’ have caused Guia landslide

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) said the cause of the landslide last Friday at the Guia Hill area which led to the fall of the protection

Briefs | City Fringe Festival open for proposals

The 19th Macao City Fringe Festival, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), will be held in January next year adopting the concept of “All around the city,

Melco offers half million for pit managers to resign as part of new program

Melco Resorts and Entertainment is offering pit managers working in its properties up to MOP500,000 to leave their jobs, as part of its newly launched

MGM | Central Provident fund plans in place, Bowie says

MGM China CEO Grant Bowie said yesterday the company had already presented the Central Provident Fund to its employees. Bowie predicted that in the future,

Chui meets Rebelo de Sousa in Lisbon to continue talk started in Macau

Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa yesterday met with Chief Executive Chui Sai On. Both sides agreed to further strengthen bilateral relations in various fields.

Court of First Instance | Scott Chiang found guilty again, files appeal

Pro-democracy activist Scott Chiang was found guilty yesterday by the Court of First Instance (TJB) in a retrial for the crime of illegal assembly. Chiang was fined

Police officers frequenting SARs raises concerns in Taiwan

Investigations into two police officers in Taiwan who had visited Hong Kong and Macau a multitude of times were initiated by the Taiwanese authority on suspicions

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