Hong Kong court dismisses ‘inconsistent’ case

An attempt to claim ownership of shares in Stanley Ho’s gaming empire worth an “unimaginable sum” has failed, as the High Court of Hong Kong ruled that evidence presented by the claimant, billionaire

Wong Sio Chak: Uber stands no chance

The city’s security head vows the gov’t will continue to crack down on illegal taxi drivers.

With regard to a recent complaint by the public claiming police intercept drivers on the roads to find illegal taxi drivers in the city by checking their mobile devices, Secretary for Security Wong Si

‘Smart City’ concepts to transform Macau

The chairman of the Macau Science and Technology Fund says it hopes for an overall plan before the end of 2017 and will “call for proposals” on turning the MSAR into a Smart City.

The Macau Science and Technology Fund (FDCT) will “call for proposals” on creating the framework for the development of a Smart City, according to comments yesterday by Ma Chi Ngai, Chairman of the FD

Unnecessary move

The landlord of the First Public Notary Office claims the rent the government is charged is a fair market price.

President of the Macau Holy House of Mercy (Santa Casa da Misericordia), António José de Freitas, has criticized the government for its attempt to move the First Public Notary Office out of the non-pr

Alexis Tam: Macau needs diversity

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture emphasised the need for a central library and remarked that renovations should be the main focus of the Taipa-Houses project.

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam says that a developed city like Macau should have a multi-functional and comprehensive central library.

The long and winding road

By October at the earliest, or December by the latest, Macau-licensed vehicles can travel freely in Hengqin, according to the neighbouring city’s Customs.

The Zhuhai Gongbei Customs Chief says that single licence plate vehicles registered in Macau could travel in Hengqin freely as early as October, according to a report by public broadcaster TDM Chinese

High-rise casts pall on lighthouse

A concern group is criticising the height of a building located on the Guia Lighthouse hill, on the Calçada do Gaio, as expressed in a statement through All About Macau Media.

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