New Macau to consult public on sex crimes

Casinos hit worst streak ever as graft fight persists

Macau’s casino revenue slumped an eighth straight month in January for the longest losing streak on record, and there are growing expectations the pain will persist another year as China’s

Cooperation with Guangdong over waste disposal enhanced

Chief Executive Chui Sai On met the Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party’s Guangdong Provincial Committee Hu Chunhua on Friday, and revealed that Macau will be working closely with the

Guangdong Free Trade Zone covers Hengqin

A part of Hengqin Island, around 28 square kilometers, will be included in the Guangdong Free Trade Zone. It was revealed in a Zhuhai government meeting last week that the

New Philippine Consul-General takes office in Macau

The fourth Philippine Consul-General, Ms Lilybeth Deapera, has been appointed to Macau and assumed her post from January 14. The diplomat attended a design workshop at the Center for Architecture and

Interview | Pawin Sriusvagool : Locals ‘appreciate the sense of luxury and they can afford to do so’

Last year, Mercedes Benz clinched the number one spot for overall sales in Macau, according to Pawin Sriusvagool, the general manager of Zung Fu Motors (Macau) and exclusive retailer of

Alexis Tam ‘shocked’ by alleged UM sexual harassment cases

“I am shocked because there is more than one case. There were three in the previous year, which means there were four cases in total. I believe that the

USJ new campus to open next year

“We should have the campus finished by June or July,” he told TDM News. Mr Stilwell added that students and academic staff should be able to move to the new

Altira condemns demonstration outside its premises

Altira Macau released a statement on Friday, expressing its regrets and condemning a demonstration organized by the Bar-Bending Labor Association at its entrance early that day. According to eyewitness accounts, the

Dr Dalila, Macau’s cosmetic beauty queen

  Imagine an ice cube on your forehead. Now imagine that the center of the ice heats up while the outside remains agreeably cold. This is the somewhat curious feeling experienced

Ask the Vet | 10 Causes of Canine and Feline Heart Murmurs

1) Sometimes a heart has some abnormality or defect with the heart wall itself or the valves within the heart due to genetics (hereditary). Often a puppy or kitten is

‘NO SMOKING’ | Gov’t to propose full ban in casinos, including VIP rooms

The Health Bureau (SSM) is aiming to introduce a full smoking ban in casinos. This would mean that that smoking would be prohibited not only on mass gaming floors, but

Health Bureau to launch 50 recruitment processes

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, has revealed that the Health Bureau (SSM) has been given the green light to hire at least 529 health professionals by

Las Vegas Sands beats profit forecasts, still keen on Macau

Macau couldn’t bring the Las Vegas Sands’ spirits down. As the Asian gambling hotspot cools off amid a government corruption crackdown that scared off VIP gamblers and efforts to make

Sands China earnings miss estimates as VIPs stay away

  Sands China Ltd reported earnings that missed analyst estimates after China’s clampdown on graft and illicit fund flows into the city deterred high-end gamblers. Profit fell 15 percent from a year

BRIEFS: Sydney – Nagasaki cruise with free stays in Macau, Hong Kong

Overnight tourists to South China’s Hainan Province exceeded 40 million in 2014, up 10.6 percent, the local statistics bureau said this week. The total included 39.9 million tourists from other

Labor rights | Lawmakers agree on typhoon insurance rate for employees

  Members of the Legislative Assembly (AL) First Standing Committee reached consensus with the Macau government yesterday regarding a mandatory additional typhoon insurance rate for employees. The rate would apply to

Alexis Tam stresses zero tolerance on sexual harassment in university

Tam said that he felt unhappy about the sexual harassment incidents coming to light in UM consecutively, and expected a rigorous investigation into the trend. He added that the university’s

TUI confirms gov’t not liable for swimming pool death

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has ruled that a contracted lifesaving company must compensate the family of a 26-year-old local who drowned in the Carmo Swimming Pool in June

Recycling company staff members sell wasted oil to lard factory

Two staff members from a recycling company are reported to have sold untreated waste oil to a lard production factory. Since March last year, the two suspects have sold the

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