Precautionary measures

The recent Las Vegas shooting led the Office for the Secretary of Security to enhance security measures during the Golden Week holiday period

The Office for the Secretary of Security told Business Daily that it had coordinated improved security measures during the Golden Week holiday period, after the recent Las Vegas shooting that left 59

Tender opened for Macau Master Plan

The pre-qualification tender for developing the Macau Master Plan was opened on Friday and received one fully-approved application, while four of the five total received applications were partially-ap

Raffle and deal

A new government proposal to revise administrative requirements for activities in public spaces proposes that raffles for profit purposes should be prohibited due to their gambling elements, while luc

A public consultation regarding a proposed change to the demonstrative requirements for commercial and leisure activities started last Saturday, set to run until December 5, with changes looking to up

PokerStars aims to break new records

A guaranteed prize pool of HK$25 million is set to lure in poker players both short-haul and long-haul this month for PokerStars’ Asia Championship of Poker, according to the group’s Department Head o

Unfair Fare Plan?

Migrant associations complain about discriminatory rise in bus fares. Deeply impacting the poorer inhabitants of the city. The gov’t says it is a positive measure to benefit locals.

The three representatives of the three bus operators stressed on TDM radio programme Macao Forum that the differences in bus fares would all have been subject to the MSAR Government’s wishes when bus

Drug money washed through Canadian wringer

A Canadian and Chinese police operation has uncovered a money laundering network based in British Columbia which diverted money from drug operations to underground Chinese banks, which would then be l

A large police operation conducted last week in the Canadian state of British Columbia (B.C.), uncovered an alleged money laundering and underground banking network connected to Macau VIP high rollers

Tourism forum shines sportlight on Central, Eastern European countries

For its 6th edition, GTEF invited 16 central and Eastern European countries, attracting the highest number of participants since its inception in 2012

Kicking off on October 16 and 17, the 6th edition of the Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF) is to feature 16 Central and Eastern European countries to emphasise the theme ‘Regional Collaboration towa

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