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Finance secretary optimistic for Macau’s future

Macau’s new Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lei Wai Nong, on Friday said the government was cautiously optimistic about Macau’s economic prospects, noting a...

Cockfighting bust nets 60 arrests in Phuket

Local media reports that 60 gamblers were arrested on Sunday as a police raid caught them in the middle of a cockfight on Thailand’s Phuket island.

Horse racing faces protests from animal rights movement

Horse racing in Australia and New Zealand is facing a growing protest movement which argues that the sport is inhumane and unnecessary, and that it should be banned.

Lawmaker Akimoto faces rearrest on additional casino bribery charges

As he reaches the 23-day limit of his detention over charges that he accepted 3 million yen (about US$28,000) in bribes from the Chinese lottery firm 500 Dot Com, prosecutors reportedly plan to rearrest former State Minister for the Cabinet Office Tsukasa Akimoto, now believing that the bribes were more than double what they initially suspected.

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DICJ asks operators to reinforce preventative measures

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has asked its local gaming operators to reinforce preventive measures in their casinos, amid the outbreak of...

Scientific Games adds to gaming leadership

Scientific Games Corp has announced several new additions to its Gaming leadership team, including Matt Wilson as executive vice president and group chief executive,...

Government urges gaming operators to hire Chinese security guards

The Macau government has quietly been urging gaming operators to avoid hiring non-Chinese security guards, according to a report by the Macau News Agency. “We...