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Aussie lottery retailers rejected Lottoland’s proposal

Lottoland had offered to provide local retailers 10 percent of every bet made on its site but they rejected the proposal.

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MP targets Melbourne’s Crown Casino

Independent MP wants to launch an inquiry into Melbourne’s Crown Casino for allegedly tampering with poker machines.

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Tasmania prone to North-West casino

The Tasmanian government is reported to be willing to develop a casino hotel development in the North-West region.

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VIP services grow in Australia

Junket operators have boosted the Australian casino market, which could grow significantly next year.

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Queensland pushes for another casino

The government confirmed that it authorised a second casino to be built on the Gold Coast.

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Poker machine industry rejects spin limit in Canberra

The poker machine industry in Canberra rejected a proposed $5 spin limit as it is believed that it’s not a viable option.

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Companies to tender for Queen’s Wharf project

Construction firms are set to tender for the works at the Queen’s Wharf project in Brisbane’s riverfront.

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Tasmania to ban Lottoland’s operations

The Australian state is set to ban Lottoland’s operations in a move to prohibit synthetic lotteries.

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NSW to restrict Lottoland operations

The Australian state is set to impose restrictions on the operations of gambling giant Lottoland.

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Tasmania may ban gaming operations

The government of Tasmania is assessing a proposal to remove gaming machines from hotels and clubs.

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ASF negotiates with Queensland government

ASF is under negotiations with the Queensland government over a failed Gold Coast development and threatened to commence legal action against it.

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Tabcorp remains positive over merger issues

The Australian company believes that the merger with Tatts will still happen even if the Federal court ruled in favor of ACCC’s appeal.