18 illegal workers face prosecution after police raid

A joint operation conducted by the Public Security Police and Judiciary Police last Friday identified 18 illegal female workers at a downtown nightclub. The sudden raid on casinos, karaoke parlors

Arts | Cultural exchange program ends with ‘Embraces’

The production stages a series of monologues, telling four unusual and intimate personal stories. The audience will hear Maggie Im’s experience growing up as the fat girl – hilarious and

Health authorities caution against illegal cosmetic treatments

According to the authorities’ statistics, last year only 21 medical centers out of 287 health care venues had registered with the government to provide cosmetology services as their major business

Ask the Vet | Antibiotics used for Dog Bites in Humans

Dog bites can often result in infections and using antibiotics can prevent these infections in many cases. Topical over the counter antibiotics can be applied immediately after cleaning the dog bite

More studies needed over Canidrome concession, CE says

The Chief Executive Chui Sai On urged for more patience with the government-commissioned studies to determine the fate of the controversial greyhound racing track, despite the fact that the concession

Education | Reshaping classrooms for success

The reshaping of classrooms is crucial to developing a new schooling model which can cater to a more diverse student community, said professor Ilídia Cabral from Porto’s Catholic University, on

Schools instructed to watch live show on victory against Japan

The show “The Time of the War: Memories of the War Against the Japanese Invasion” will be broadcast live from 9 a.m. this morning by free-to-air TDM channels aimed especially

Dore Group alienates itself from theft, investment proposals

The troubled junket operator Dore Group distanced itself from high-profile embezzlement yesterday following two consecutive days of protests by scammed investors at its headquarters. A half-page statement released yesterday in the

CRIME | Romanian man nabbed for withdrawing cash with doctored cards

The Judiciary Police (PJ) arrested a Romanian man on Tuesday for illegally withdrawing money through forged credit cards after bank surveillance footage captured the illicit act. The suspect, a 35-year-old car

Briefs | UM student wins award for best paper

The Civil Aviation Authority of Macau (AACM) plans to release a report aimed at improving aircraft landing. The report should be released by the end of this year and comes

‘Glass House’ to remain open for theatre and dance groups

Theatre and dance groups looking for rehearsal space can now apply for the temporary use of Tap Seac’s ‘Glass House’, as part of the latest round of applications opened by

Calendar illustrations displayed at the Museum of Art

The exhibition, ‘Guan Huinong’s Calendar Illustrations Donated by His Family’, features 40 original calendar illustrations by Guan Huinong. It is now on display at the ground floor gallery of the

Retail | Bossini seeks rent cuts amid declining sales

The apparel company Bossini International Holdings is planning to introduce measures to ease pressure from rental expenses in Hong Kong and Macau amid slowing sales, the Hong Kong Economic Journal

Global Tourism Economy Forum extends platform to Latin America

The Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF), will be held this year at the Venetian Macao from October 12 to 14  and will be centered on the theme “Belt and Road

Tourism | IFT graduates face good employment prospects

The school’s president, who is positive about the employment prospects to be found in the tourism industry, stated to the 443 graduates that the upcoming “world-class hotels and large resorts”

André Couto : Local motor racing driver | ‘I’m leading and I want to keep that position’

As the door opens on the sixth round of the Super GT – GT300 Championship, to be raced this weekend in Sugo Japan, we talked with Macau driver André Couto

Junket fraud case may amount to at least HKD330 million

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) is investigating complaints from several parties including a junket operator on funds they were cheated out of, amounting to HKD330 million (USD43 million), spokesmen confirmed when asked

Dore Group investors petition liaison office

Roughly 30 enraged Dore Group investors petitioned outside China’s liaison office in Macau yesterday afternoon following the protestors’ failed efforts to initiate a dialogue with the junket over possible losses. The

US trade union links mainland enterprises to junket groups

The International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE), based in the United States, says it has identified enterprises in mainland China that have been set up by individuals linked to Macau

MGTO attends UNWTO assembly in Columbia

The 21st Session of the UNWTO General Assembly is being held at Medellín, the second largest city in Colombia, from September 12-17. Macau is being represented by the deputy director

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