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Pokies player loses case in the Federal Court that a poker machine is misleading or deceptive
The impressions and expectations of a hypothetical person could be important to the success or failure of such a claim.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
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Trade promotion lotteries: permits no longer required for Victoria
Permits are no longer required for trade promotion lotteries, but businesses must still comply with mandatory conditions.
Australia
1 Jul 2015
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Australia to liberalise online gambling?
The IGA has only had an extremely small impact on meeting the primary objective of reducing harm to problem gamblers.
Australia
3 Jun 2012
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High Court upholds constitutional validity of race fields fees
The Full Bench of the High Court unanimously dismissed both the Sportsbet and Betfair case appeals with costs.
Australia
3 Apr 2012
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Should Australia legalise interactive gambling services, asks new review
Despite the Interactive Gambling Act, Australians are accessing a wide range of overseas interactive gambling services.
Australia
4 Mar 2012
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Final report on interactive and online gaming released
The three reviews of interactive and online gambling diverge markedly on amending the Interactive Gambling Act.
Australia
18 Jan 2012
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How well does the Interactive Gambling Act work, asks new review
Australia's interactive gambling laws are under review.
Australia
14 Sep 2011
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Betbox successfully challenges Victorian gambling legislation - where to now for retail exclusivity?
Victorian ban on online betting kiosks overturned by the Federal Court.
Australia
25 Aug 2011
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Race Fields - Racing NSW
The appeals in both the Sportsbet and Betfair matters have been heard, but the result is still pending.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Race Fields - Sportsbet / RVL Agreement
Sportsbet and Racing Victoria Limited have settled their Federal Court action.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Backing a different horse - the new Racing Queensland Limited
Queensland's three previous racing control bodies for thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing were amalgamated into one newly established control body, Racing Queensland Limited, on 1 July 2010.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Backing a different horse - Racing Queensland Limited
The Queensland Government has created a new racing control body, Racing Queensland Limited. This body, an amalgamation of the previous racing control bodies for thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing in Queensland, has been granted the powers to manage the three codes of racing.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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NSW Race fields - the Sportsbet and Betfair first instance "decisions"
The ongoing NSW race fields disputes (Sportsbet Pty Ltd v New South Wales [2010] FCA 604 and Betfair Pty Ltd v Racing New South Wales [2010] FCA 603) were concluded on 16 June 2010 (subject to appeals) with Justice Perram finding:
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Australian Jockey Club and Sydney Turf Club merger
The future of Sydney's new 'super club' is far from certain. In a move conditional upon the merger of the Australian Jockey Club (AJC) and Sydney Turf Club (STC), the NSW Government recently announced a package of potential reforms including $174 million in funding for the redevelopment of the Rosehill and Randwick race tracks. While both the AJC and STC Boards had given their unanimous endorsement of the proposed government package, it was up to AJC and STC members to vote on the merger of the
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Poker machine reform and gambling taxes
Limits on poker machine use, and no clear signals on tax reform, mean uncertainty for the poker machine industry.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Victoria's wagering and sports betting licence
Following a drawn out process by Victoria's Department of Justice, Tabcorp Wagering (Vic) Pty Ltd (Tabcorp registrant), Victoria Licence Bid Co Pty Ltd (Tatts Group registrant) and Ladbrokes plc (Ladbrokes registrant) have been short-listed and invited to apply for Victoria's multi-billion dollar wagering and sporting betting licence
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Selling Online Games Without Classification: Will Enforcement Agencies Continue To Turn A Blind Eye?
Game distributors, retailers and advertisers may be at risk of prosecution and heavy fines for selling popular online games such as “World of Warcraft”, “Warhammer Online” and “Age of Conan” without classification.
Australia
1 May 2009
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