2006 May 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
From Wednesday’s Globe and Mail The burgeoning U.S. on-line gambling industry must stop resorting to tactics aimed at evading government regulation, and prepare for a future in which it will have no choice but …
An interesting news item appeared in the Herald on Sunday (14/5/06) reporting that Wellington lobbyist firm Saunders Unsworth, in its skite-bag highlights that it facilitated.retaining the casino regulatory regime, in the face of several populist assaults launched by interest groups and politicians.
THE UK’s largest independent bingo operator, Scottish-based Carlton Bingo, has put all expansion plans on hold as it takes stock of the smoking ban.
Gambling among adolescents, especially poker, is on the rise, according to gambling addiction experts and psychiatrists, who cite a mountain of research on the phenomenon.
Congregation Beth El, 91 Jefferson Blvd., Edison, conducts weekly bingo games on Wednesday evenings at 7:15 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. All are welcome. Admission is $1 per person. Refreshments may be purchased. For details, call the synagogue at (732) 572-2766.
Sampling the sports smorgasbord while plodding through the mayhem that is May, where eventual sunny skies again threaten to submerge the sports desk in a sea of agate-sized scoreboard type . . .
Gambling-related crime can affect anyone, and any employer including government departments, says David Coom, South Island Regional Manager for the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF).
MONTREAL (CP) - Government regulation is coming to the Internet, and the $12 billion US online gambling industry shouldn’t bet on continuing unfettered into the future, says a leading expert on cyber law.
I continue today with my exploration of the ‘’indispensable onion'’ model that I discussed in my previous columns on May 3 and April 19. You will recall that the model has three components: the shell, the layers, and the core.