Temporarily loosened day care regulation raises concerns

The Macau government announced this week in the Official Gazette that it will allow day care centers to decrease the amount of floor area for every toddler under their care

First public bus service review report released

The report on the first review of the public bus service was announced by the Transport Bureau yesterday. Two of the current operators – Transmac and TCM – and the

PJ celebrates 54th anniversary

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has celebrated it 54th anniversary yesterday. During a speech in a awarding presentation ceremony, PJ Director Wong Sio Chak said that the rapid development and the

Man released on bail leaves Macau in private jet, resumes illegal gambling in Vegas

Eight people from Malaysia, China and Hong Kong were accused on Monday in Las Vegas of operating a temporary, illegal gambling ring that investigators said logged millions of dollars in

BOXING | Zou Shiming and Freddie Roach tour Macau

Zou Shiming has spoken to the media about his upcoming fight in the Champions of Gold on July 19, which he said would be proof of his ability if he

Hong Kong ranked world’s third most expensive city for expats

Hong Kong has been ranked the third most expensive city in the world for expatriates in this year’s survey conducted by Mercer. Macau, however, has not been included on the

Chui Sai On promises ‘relatively radical change’ in team of secretaries

if re-elected – Macau people may expect “a relatively radical change” in his team of secretaries, but refused to elaborate further on the matter. In a press conference held yesterday to

Non-resident workers blacklist proposed at the AL

The debate on domestic workers was triggered by an oral enquiry submitted by Melinda Chan. She pointed out that Macau does not have a specific law that governs non-resident domestic

TDM internal report denies repressing June 4 show hosts

The president of TDM’s Executive Council, Mr Manuel Pires, revealed yesterday that – according to an internal report launched by the broadcaster last month – the two hosts of the

Grand Prix related works to end before September

The committee of the Macau Grand Prix (MGP) has said that they will try to reduce the event’s impact on residents by completing major construction works before September, as well

Chinese celebrity Guo Meimei arrested for WCup illegal betting

Guo Meimei, a 23-year-old celebrity who became notorious on Chinese social media for showing off her luxurious lifestyle, has been arrested in Beijing after illegally betting on the World Cup. According

CE willing to present universal suffrage views to Beijing

Chief Executive Chui Sai On is willing to share Macau society’s views on universal suffrage with Beijing. Having unveiled his candidacy for the upcoming election yesterday morning, Chui Sai On


Sponsored by Cotai Strip Resorts Macao, the Cotai Ring Club and Macao Fitness, Macao’s first-ever white-collar boxing event, Mayhem in Macao, will debut at 7:30 p.m. at the Venetian Ballroom

FITCH RATINGS | Revenue growth estimate lowered due to VIP softness

“YTD though June, Macau revenues are up 12.6%, which is still above our initial full-year forecast of 12% in place since December 2013. While some weakness can be attributed to

Tourism master plan opens to int’l bidders this year

According to Helena de Senna Fernandes, MGTO director, the master plan will be open for bidding in the second half of the year. The bidding document is currently being drafted. Ms

Third Global Tourism Economy Forum to take place in October

A press conference was held at the Tourism Activities Center yesterday to present the initiative. The third edition features the “Maritime Silk Road” (MSR) as its theme, exploring strategic intercontinental

ACADEMIC FREEDOM | Sautede accuses the Catholic Foundation and GAES

In a farewell letter sent to all staff, students and alumni, the former lecturer of Asian Politics at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) gave his version of the facts

AL PLENARY | Gov’t slammed for lack of long-term plan on public housing

Although the government has recently announced a plan to build 28,000 public housing units in reclamation Zone A, lawmakers have still raised criticism over the lack of a calendar, as

HOUSING | Sore rental leads to further shortage supply

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) believes that the housing market will continue to experience a shortage in supply due to the increase in rental prices. It was also suggested that the

Gov’t ponders increase on tobacco tax to tackle youth smoking

Lawmakers have vowed for a more efficient smoking prevention amongst young people, claiming that the supervision over the selling of tobacco to minors and actions to raise awareness on the

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