2005 October 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A city councillor in Bundaberg, in south-east Queensland, has accused the local state Member, Nita Cunningham, of being socially irresponsible by supporting Government plans to increase poker machines in …
Dick Elfson of the North Dakota Council on Compulsive Gambling says North Dakota allocates no funds to educate young people about the risks of gambling. He says schools aren’t doing much to tell them about gambling either.
Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) — Most of Australia will come to a standstill for 3 1/2 minutes tomorrow when Makybe Diva attempts to become the first horse to win a third Melbourne Cup and the biggest paycheck in Australian sports.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - North Dakota’s new anti-smoking law has struck up more business at a bowling alley here but has snuffed out profits at a bingo parlor.
Pro basketball may be the toughest sport to handicap. But while there is an overabundance of football betting material available, there really isnt much to help the poor NBA handicapper. Jim Catello is hoping to change that. Hes written a bo…
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QUEENSLAND’S gambling boom - which has outpaced the rest of Australia in recent years — will continue unabated under Beattie Government plans to lift a cap on poker machines.
QUEENSLAND’S gambling boom - which has outpaced the rest of Australia in recent years - will continue unabated under Beattie Government plans to lift a cap on poker machines.