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Higher Fines Proposed for Underage Gambling

International News Brief: Fines have been proposed to stem a 600 per cent rise in the number of young people trying to gain entry to Adelaide's casino.

Casino Games Face Reclassification

International News Brief: The South Australian Government is being asked to reclassify games with gambling themes as adult-only products.

SkyCity Escapes Drug Penalty

International News Brief: SkyCity Casino will not be disciplined over its failure to report a man believed to have been doing drugs at a Port Adelaide Football Club function.

Scientific Games Awarded South Australian Contract

Scientific Games has been awarded a contract with Independent Gaming Corporation Limited of South Australia in Adelaide to upgrade to the their system for gaming machines.

South Australian Lottery Players are Unluckiest

International News Brief: Lottery players are South Australia's unluckiest gamblers, with just a 68 per cent rate of return from their tickets.

SkyCity Faces More Investigations

International News Brief: SkyCity Casino faces further investigations over its failure to report a man believed to have been ‘snorting drugs’ at a Port Adelaide Football Club function.

Gambling Inquiry Delay

International News Brief: An investigation into claims that a 17-year-old Chinese student gambled away $40,000 at Skycity Adelaide Casino has been stalled.

Australian Mayor Wants Pokie Ban

International News Brief: Salisbury Mayor Tony Zappia has called for a total phasing out of gaming machines in South Australia, after his vulnerable region again topped the list for the highest spending on gaming machines in the state.

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 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.

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.

Australian Problem Gambling Funding Increased

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

SkyCity Bets on Poker

International News Brief: After a four-year absence, poker will return to SkyCity Adelaide tomorrow, with a new guard of young players ready to take on the pros.

South Australia Reduce Pokies

International News Brief: More than 2,000 poker machines will be switched off in South Australia from midnight ACST as part of the State Government's effort to reduce problem gambling.

Adelaide Casino Expansion Opens

International News Brief: SkyCity Entertainment Group hopes to boost the relatively flat revenue and earnings at its Adelaide Casino when expansion project opens this week.

South Australia Considers Lifting Lottery Buying Age

International News Brief: The South Australian government will consider lifting the legal age to 18 for buying lottery products.

South Australian Government Rejects ATM Restrictions

International News Brief: The Australian Government again refused to consider the restrictions of ATM withdrawals at venues with pokie machines at a meeting of federal and South Australian gambling ministers.

More Than 250 Jobs Will Be Created by a Redevelopment at Skycity Adelaide

International News Brief: The $20 million North Terrace redevelopment project is due to open in June.

Laws Set to Cut Pokies Numbers

International News Brief: Laws to remove 3,000 poker machines from South Australian gaming venues are effective today.

Asian Student Gambling Plague Exposed

International News Brief: A 17-year-old school student from China lost more than $40,000 in five months at an Adelaide casino, exposing widespread but hidden gambling addictions among Asian students studying in Australia.

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