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Casino's Top Job for Mum

International News Brief: A mother of two is taking on the role of Jupiters Townsville Hotel and Casino's new general manager.

Australian Gaming Industry Going Global

The world’s best gaming companies and thousands of industry delegates have assembled in Sydney for the 15th annual Australasian Gaming Expo.

Burswood Hit in Sting

International News Brief: Burswood Casino has fallen victim to a multimillion-dollar international high-roller sting.

Smoking Ban Hits SkyCity's Profits

International News Brief: Smoking bans and refurbishing delays at its Adelaide Casino hit SkyCity's profits in the past financial year, the company said yesterday.

Australian Minister Warning on Pokies

International News Brief: Australia’s Gambling Minister Michael Wright has warned moves by a breakaway group of hoteliers to set up new poker machine venues would have to meet very strict licensing provisions.

Australian Gaming Operators Defend Sponsorship

International News Brief: Warrnambool gaming machine venue operators yesterday defended their level of community sponsorship.

Search Engines Under Investigation

International News Brief: Search engines with Australian domains, including Google, are being investigated by authorities for possible breach of interactive gambling laws.

Australian MP Warns of Pokie Loophole

International News Brief: No Pokies MP Nick Xenophon says a legal loophole is set to be exploited, allowing the number of South Australia's poker machines to be increased.

Tax Fraud Wins Australian Gambler 10 Years

International News Brief: A gambling addiction, blind ambition and a desire to flaunt his riches led Keith Jonathan Fernandez to play a central role in one of the biggest stamp duty frauds in Victorian history.

South Australian Group Loses Pokie Case

International News Brief: A group of prominent South Australian sporting and legal identities has lost a $1 million court case against a Government-appointed high flyer involving a city nightclub and its poker machines.

Tasmanians Losing More to Gambling

International News Brief: Figures for 2003-04 show Tasmanians, on average, each wagered $6750 and lost a total of $788. The year before they gambled $6447 and lost $759.

Jupiters Casino Cashes in on Poker

Jupiters Casino has moved to cash in on the international poker craze whipped up with the help of Aussie poker king Joe Hachem and celebrity card sharps such as Ben Affleck.

Australian Casino Tiger Probe Complete

International News Brief: The Department of Natural Resources has completed its investigation into a possible breach of permit conditions by a Gold Coast casino in relation to the death of three tiger cubs.

Australian Problem Gambling Funding Increased

International News Brief: The South Australian government will spend an extra $380,500 on tackling problem gambling.

Aussie Boss Blew $10m in Betting Spree

International News Brief: A company director stole more than $10 million in Victoria's biggest stamp duty fraud to fuel an insatiable appetite for gambling.

Casino May Face Penalties for Breeding Tigers

International News Brief: Queensland authorities are yet to decide whether to penalise a Gold Coast casino for allowing tigers to breed.

Disgruntled Gambler Behind Mars Threats

International News Brief: The extortionist behind the threats to chocolate manufacturer MasterFoods and Star City Casino is believed to be an upset gambler obsessed with a TV game show.

Another Tiger Cub Dies at Australian Casino

International News Brief: Of the three tigers cubs born at Conrad Jupiters casino on Queensland's Gold Coast last week, only one remains alive.

Australian Casino Accused of Illegal Tiger Breeding

International News Brief: Conrad Jupiters Casino is being accused of illegally breeding three tiger cubs and subsequently allowing one to die.

NSW Pubs, Clubs Can Add Pokies

International News Brief: Pubs and clubs in New South Wales can now install 10 extra poker machines without undertaking an exhaustive social impact assessment.

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