Macau

City of lights in the dark

A blackout near noontime yesterday as Typhoon Hato raged across the city may have a negative impact on GGR as CEM struggles to restore power supply

In spite of the violent Typhoon Hato that hit the city yesterday not all casinos in town shut down their operations, a note from Union Gaming said yesterday.

Diving from the skies

Typhoon Hato’s fury did not spare even sizeable structures in the city, with cranes falling off buildings like acrobatic divers

As Typhoon Hato wreaked havoc in Macau yesterday, several big structures and construction sites around the city have been destroyed or collapsed, while electricity and water supply have been cut off f

Eco concerns

A leading environmental researcher has raised questions regarding the possible negative impact of a A$650 million project to develop an eco-resort in the Australian rainforest area of Kuranda.

An Australian-American rainforest and environmental scientist has made claims that the A$650 million (MOP4.15 billion/US$515.6) KUR-World resort project currently being developed in the Australian sta

Wine Museum move on the agenda

The city’s Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) has rolled out a new round of public consultation for designating the use of 12 land plots, one of them for the relocation of the Wine Museu

Tourists increase spending and buying

Chinese tourists remained the biggest source of expenditure

During the period from April to June, visitors to Macau spent a total of MOP13.75 billion (US$1.71 billion) excluding gaming expenses, an increase of 17.5 per cent year-on-year and 2.2 per cent when c

Zone A sand filling 78 pct complete

The city’s Infrastructure Development Office (GDI) revealed that the city’s new urban reclaimed land Zone A has reached about 78 per cent of its total sand fill, according to Chinese language newspape

Coutinho: gov’t should withdraw the new transport fee regulations

Law maker José Pereira Coutinho has urged the local gov’t to withdraw the new transport fees adjustment, announcing that a protest will be initiated by several associations and the public this coming

In the wake of the implementation of the new transport fees adjustment on the first day of this year, legislator José Pereira Coutinho, together with legislator Leong Veng Chai and representatives of

Skyrocketing transport fees

The adjusted new transport fees and prices commenced on the first day of 2017

Fees relating to transport in the city have been raised, coming into effect on Sunday January 1, according to a press release posted by the city’s Transport Bureau (DSAT).

CE New Year’s Day message

MSAR striving for a diversified economy and the livelihood of local residents

In his New Year’s Day speech, the city’s Chief Executive (CE) Fernando Chui Sai On reiterated the MSAR Government’s continued promotion of the city’s economic development through diversification and t

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