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Crown deemed unsuitable for NSW licence

By ALLISON HORE Following a months-long public inquiry, Crown Resorts has been deemed unsuitable to operate a casino in its new Barangaroo location. The damning final report from the 18-month inquiry, written up by Commissioner Patricia Bergin, was tabled to NSW Parliament this afternoon. It said if the company wished to operate a casino in […]

Crown opening blocked over money laundering admission

By ALLISON HORE Following allegations of money laundering NSW’s gaming regulator has banned Crown from opening its $2.2 billion Barangaroo casino next month. NSW's Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) made the decision less than 24 hours after Crown admitted accounts it set up for VIP players may have been used to launder money.  The […]

Crown “unsuitable” for NSW licence, inquiry hears

By ALLISON HORE Crown Casino is “unsuitable” to hold a license to run a casino in Sydney, the ongoing inquiry into the appropriateness of the NSW licence heard on Wednesday. The lawyer running the inquiry into whether Crown should be allowed to operate the planned casino in their 75-floor Barangaroo tower, Counsel Assisting Adam Bell, […]