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Right2Bet discusses major Dutch decision

he Right2Bet blog is focusing this week on the development in the courtroom battle between the Dutch government and both Ladbrokes and Betfair.

Palais Stéphanie in Cannes reopens

Tucked between the Mediterranean Sea and the imposing Southern Alps, Palais Stéphanie reopens following the most extensive renovation of any hotel in Cannes in decades...

Court splits jackpot between rival gamblers

A French court ruled that a disputed slot machine jackpot should be shared between both parties.

Uefa suspends referee following 'irregular betting patterns'

Irregular betting patterns have prompted UEFA to suspend a Bulgarian referee.

Doncaster Racecourse in good shape after expansion

After finishing a multi-million pound development, the English racecourse now hosts some of the most celebrated fixtures in British racing history ...

Holland: 'State-owned Las Vegas' under fire

Dutch political parties are calling for the privatization of state-owned Holland Casino.

Ireland: Waterford casino granted planning permission

Planning permission granted for private members gaming club in Waterford.

Ireland: Ski, casino development planned

Plans unveiled Monday for a new €430 million ski, casino and all-weather tourism complex in Ireland.

Forty-two elderly women arrested for gambling after police raid their Cyprus den

Forty-two female poker playing seniors busted in a gambling den in Limassol, Cyprus.

Bookies urged to volunteer millions for reinvestment via grassroots fund

The British government has proposed a plan that would see bookmakers paying into a fund that would be reinvested in sport.

Premier League must not be complacent on match-fixing, warns expert

A match-fixing expert has warned UEFA not to be complacent about match fixing.

Europe hit by 'biggest-ever' match-fixing scandal

200 games may have been compromised in Europe’s biggest ever match-fixing scandal.

Gambling ban passes Polish parliament

Polish parliament passes gambling ban that limits gambling to casinos only.

Jersey gambling regulation plan stalled

Delay in the plan to establish a gambling commission in Jersey.

Napoleon Palace Casino Opens

The Napoleon Palace casino opens its doors in Chisinau, on November 17, 2009.

Cheltenham racecourse refunds money to punters

Tranquil sea victory gave 200 punters a refund of £30 each.

Banned card cheat is jailed for tricking his way back into casinos

Card cheat who used buried pinhead under thumbnail jailed in England.

Bulgaria: Gambling tax set to rise to 12%

Gambling tax in Bulgaria is set to rise from 10 to 12% when amendments to the corporate income tax act are introduced early next year.

Massive Irish leisure, casino, racing complex planned

Planning permission sought for a highly ambitious development that will include a casino and an all-weather horse track in North Tipperary.

Poland: Politicians united on proposed gambling war

Poland’s various political parties united on the government’s proposed “war on gambling”.

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