DSAT set to install parking meters in Hac Sa Beach car park

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has confirmed that it is installing parking meters in the Hac Sa Beach car park area. Coloane residents and beach-goers have been complaining of difficulties in

Cooperation | Forum Macau center temporarily located in Tap Seac

The new coordinator of Forum Macau’s secretariat, Echo Chan, revealed that there are plans for the center to be operational before the next ministerial meeting in 2016. She spoke to

Crime | Construction site brawl leaves 6 wounded

Six people have been injured - one of them suffering serious injuries- after taking part in a brawl yesterday morning. The incident involved a total of 13 people, with seven

Residents’ deposits decrease by 2.6 pct

Residents’ deposits decreased 2.6 percent month-on-month in February, reaching MOP469.6 billion, according to data released by the Monetary Authority of Macau (AMCM). MOP and USD deposits increased at respective rates

Review of Culture pays tribute to Charles Boxer

Michelin-starred Indian restaurant unveils exclusive set menus

The Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Golden Peacock, located in the Venetian Macau, will serve up cuisine from the Indian state of Kerala this coming April 10-20, with an exclusive edition of

Macanese hotelier awarded by global brand

  For many of us, ascending to a top position within a large-scale company might seem almost unattainable due to the unimaginable amounts of time and effort required to do so.

Education | Russian research center opens at the University of Macau

The University of Macau (UM) unveiled its newly established Russian Centre this week with an opening ceremony. Several scholars participated alongside the head of Regional Projects Department at the Russkiy

Macau English Press readership survey

Dear readers, friends, Please take a few minutes of your precious time to complete a survey about English Press readership in Macau: If you read Macau Daily Times, help us help you! MDT

April Fools

Ikea is not coming to Coloane – at least as far as we know. Our short piece titled “Ikea to open doors in Coloane,” published on yesterday’s back page, was

Gaming | Investors see Macau’s 40 pct gaming revenue drop as good news

This is what passes for good news in Macau these days: the city’s drop in casino revenue is stabilizing at about 40 percent. Gross gambling revenue in the world’s largest gambling

Amended budget passes, lawmakers advocate ‘cautious spending’

The Legislative Assembly (AL) has approved amendments to this year’s budget, including a 22.4 percent decrease on the government’s foreseen revenue, which has been reviewed from MOP154 billion to MOP119

On the lawmakers’ agenda

HEALTH MATTERS Health is the population’s greatest concern, according to lawmaker Si Ka Lon. At yesterday’s plenary meeting, the lawmaker focused on the lack of human resources in the public

Young musicians’ contest applications open in mid April

MGTO to cooperate with Angolan counterparts

  The Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) inked a collaborative memorandum with Angola’s Ministry of Hotels and Tourism Office of International Exchanges yesterday, seeking to strengthen inter-cooperation in tourism affairs between

Beijing urges MSAR to join manhunt for corrupt officials

A leading Beijing official has urged Macau’s anti-graft agency, the Commission Against Corruption, to cooperate in the central government’s attempt to hunt down corrupt fugitives from mainland, South China Morning

Chengdu pandas arrive in May

After three months of deliberation, on Tuesday two giant pandas were selected as gifts from the central government to Macau. According to Xinhua, a female panda, numbered 667, and a male,

Gaming | Analysts slash forecasts as downturn accelerates

Analysts are racing to slash their forecasts for Macau casino revenue this year after a lackluster Lunar New Year showed the pace of the downturn is accelerating. Gross gambling revenue is

Cooperation | Forum enters new phase with Echo Chan as coordinator

The tenth regular meeting of the Supporting Office to the Permanent Secretariat of the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Forum Macau) was held yesterday.

Health | Nurses oppose changes to registering scheme

The Medical Affairs Committee discussed changes to the nurse-registering scheme yesterday. Lei Chin Ion, the Health Bureau director, acknowledged that most of the local nurses were against the implementation of

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