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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.

Tasmania Not Expected to Win License

International News Brief: Australian Racing Board chairman Andrew Ramsden believes Tasmanian Premier Paul Lennon will not grant a licence to betting exchange Betfair in September if he listens to what the ARB has to say about integrity issues.

Gambling Addicts Sue Tasmanian Government

International News Brief: The Tasmanian Government is being sued by gambling addicts as part of a national class action.

Tasmanian Government to Examine Problem Gambling Report

International News Brief: The Tasmanian State Government will examine the Anglicare report on problem gambling before deciding whether any action is necessary.

Tasmania Urged to Increase Problem Gambling Funding

International News Brief: According to Anglicare Tasmania, the State Government should increase its allocation from gambling-derived revenue to help prevent gambling problems and alleviate the impact.

Packer Meeting Fuels Online Gambling Deal Fears

International News Brief: The Tasmanian Government has broken ranks with its interstate counterparts on the controversial issue of online gambling.

Tasmania Gaming Areas Will Feel Pinch

International News Brief: Tighter smoking bans which became effective from yesterday will have the biggest financial impact on gaming venues.

Tasmanian Groups Alarmed by Report

International News Brief: Welfare groups in Tasmania have expressed alarm after the release of the Tasmanian Gaming Commission's annual report.

Tasmania Casino Workers Join Campaign

International News Brief: More than 800 Tasmanian casino workers took part in a campaign of industrial action that returned nine percent wage rises, this week.

Betfair Pushes for Tasmanian License

International News Brief: The British-based Internet betting company, Betfair, says 150 Tasmanian jobs would be created if the State Government grants its website gambling exchange a license.

Tasmania Casino Strike Closer to Resolution

International News Brief: An industrial dispute which erupted in Tasmania’s first-ever casino strike last weekend appears closer to resolution.

Tasmanians Lose $270 Million

International News Brief: According to the a new report, Tasmanians gambled away AUD$270 million last financial year.

Casino Workers May Strike Again

International News Brief: The union representing Tasmania's casino workers says their industrial action has exposed Federal Hotels's true colours.

Controversy Erupts Over Tasmanian Pokies

International News Brief: The Greens deliberately misled State Parliament over claims that Federal Hotels would gain $3.14 billion from a 20-year agreement to operate poker machines in Tasmania, according to Premier Paul Lennon.

Tasmanians Gambling More

International News Brief: Tasmanians gambled more than AUD$2 billion last financial year with gaming machines leading the way, the Tasmanian Gaming Commission annual report shows.

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