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'Questionable methods': newsagents set to take Lottoland to regulator

'Questionable methods': newsagents set to take Lottoland to regulator

The body which represents newsagents across the country is concerned that "Lottoland may confuse and potentially mislead Australian consumers".

  • by Kylar Loussikian

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ASIC eyes controversial wagering outfit Lottoland after complaint
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ASIC eyes controversial wagering outfit Lottoland after complaint

The Gibraltar-based service has shifted its products to get around a new federal ban on betting on international lotteries, raising concerns from regulators.

  • by Kylar Loussikian
Japanese speedboats tell us how women and men compete
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Opinion

Japanese speedboats tell us how women and men compete

This unusual sport offers insight on how different genders view competition says a new study.

  • by Ross Gittins
How Aussie casino company's $400m punt on Asia came unstuck
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How Aussie casino company's $400m punt on Asia came unstuck

In the wild west world of Asian casinos trouble is often not far away.

  • by Lucy Battersby & Nick Toscano
Casino sector heading for shake-up with Packer's Crown Sydney
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Casino sector heading for shake-up with Packer's Crown Sydney

Whether the opening of Crown's new casino can tip the scales in the battle for cashed-up Asian gamblers is emerging as the next big question for the sector.

  • by Nick Toscano
New online betting taxes to squeeze foreign bookies
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New online betting taxes to squeeze foreign bookies

The new taxes come in response to long-held concerns the nation’s largely foreign-owned online gambling services had not been contributing their “fair share”.

  • by Nick Toscano
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Pubs back Tabcorp in race for WA TAB
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Pubs back Tabcorp in race for WA TAB

The pubs industry is warning the state government that it must consider reputational as well as financial issues when assessing bidders for the WA TAB.

  • by Nick Toscano
Australia's most complained about ad breaks record
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Australia's most complained about ad breaks record

The gambling ad almost doubled the number of complaints received by Ad Standards about a single commercial in a year.

  • by Rachel Clun
Tabcorp dumps UBET to push the TAB into new states
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Tabcorp dumps UBET to push the TAB into new states

A multibillion-dollar tie-up of Australia’s two biggest gambling companies is gathering pace, as Tabcorp pulls the trigger on transitioning UBET to TAB.

  • by Nick Toscano
Residents launch assault on pokies at Brisbane shopping centre
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Residents launch assault on pokies at Brisbane shopping centre

Frustrated residents gathered in Indooroopilly on Tuesday night to plan a boycott of the Pig ‘N’ Whistle pub.

  • by Lydia Lynch
Accused baccarat scammers' lawyers seek access to Crown Casino tapes
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Accused baccarat scammers' lawyers seek access to Crown Casino tapes

Baccarat dealer is accused of being part of $431,000 scam but court hears that audio recordings from his interrogation at Crown do not exist any more.

  • by Nick Toscano