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UK Councillors Want Casino Referendum

International News Brief: The Blackpool, Cleveleys and Fleetwood Liberal Democrats branch feels the public has not had enough say on the super-casino plans and has called for a postal ballot to determine the council's policy.

UK Online Gamblers Demand More Information from Gambling Sites

UK internet gamblers want the newly formed Gambling Commission to play a stronger role ahead of the adoption of the Gambling Act according to a recent survey.

Irish Official Looks to End Gambling Clubs Growth

International News Brief: Minister for Justice Michael McDowell has vowed to bring the country’s gambling clubs to their knees. For decades, Irish gambling clubs have operated in a legislative grey area because, unlike every other country in the EU, Ireland has no law specifically governing casinos.

Inside Gaming Column: Could MGM be Suitor for Hard Rock?

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

PBL to Manage Moscow Casino

International News Brief: Australia's Publishing and Broadcasting Ltd has signed an agreement with Russia's Crocus Group and is expected to manage a casino and a hotel in Moscow.

Blackpool Nightclub Proposed for Casino

International News Brief: Coral Island is planning to convert the former Palace nightclub into a three-storey gaming venue which would also include a restaurant and a show bar.

Tourist Missing After Gambling Binge

International News Brief: A British tourist is missing after apparently gambling away the money for her return flight to London at Australia’s Star City casino.

Empire Online Results Mixed

International News Brief: Online gaming group Empire Online watched revenues triple at its casino business during the first quarter, with overall growth in line with expectations, although total revenues slipped back.

World Poker Congress Planned for June

The World Poker Congress, scheduled for June 27-28, 2006 at the City Conference Center in Stockholm, Sweden, is the first conference to integrate the online and live aspects of the poker industry.

UK Conservatives Against Raising Super-Casino Numbers

International News Brief: The UK gaming industry's hopes for more Las Vegas-style super-casinos will be dashed tomorrow when the Conservatives rule out their support for plans to i

CI Traders Abandon Casino Idea

International News Brief: CI Traders has abandoned plans for a casino development at its St Pierre Park Hotel complex in Guernsey.

UK Private Lottery Proposed

International News Brief: Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans hopes a private lottery will ensure worthy causes do not lose out on cash grants.

World Cup Players, Referees Pledge to Not Bet

nternational News Brief: Players, coaches and referees at soccer's World Cup in Germany will for the first time have to sign a legal pledge preventing them or their families from betting on matches, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said today.

Public Consulted on UK Casino Ad Rules

International News Brief: UK Casinos and gambling websites could be allowed to advertise on television and radio under a relaxation of rules.

Stanley Leisure Granted Sheffield License

International News Brief: Punters bet on Stanley Leisure this afternoon after the gaming group revealed it has been granted a licence for a 30,000 square foot casino at St Paul's Place in Sheffield.

Money Casino Launches in Sweden

Money Casino continues to expand its multilingual content and announces the launch of its Swedish version PengarKasino.

Russian Casinos Re-opened

International News Brief: North Ossetia has been re-opening gambling houses earlier banned by a decree issued by the North Ossetian president after a series of terrorist acts staged at Vladikavkaz gambling clubs.

Portuguese Casino Revenues Up

International News Brief: Revenue at Portuguese casinos rose by 10.6 percent in the first quarter of 2006, against the same year-ago period, to 83 million euros, thus changing eth downward trend that had been felt over the last few quarters.

Researcher: Gambling Could Be Lucrative for Britain

nternational News Brief: Gambling could become one of the most lucrative industries in the British economy, researchers have claimed.

British Sports Launches Betting Code of Conduct

International News Brief: Britain's major sports signed a code of conduct on Wednesday to close the net on betting cheats.

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