Thursday, June 24, 2021
Home Authors Posts by David Green

David Green

2 ARTICLES
Crown logo

National regulation unlikely to occur despite Bergin recommendations

The report to the New South Wales Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority of the Bergin Inquiry into the suitability of Crown Resorts and its in-scope associates, in connection with its Barangaroo casino licence, has energised the discourse regarding the regulation of gaming in Australia.
Crown Resorts

The Crown has slipped, but will it fall?

There has rarely been a less edifying spectacle in 21st century corporate Australian history than the serial evisceration of the directors of Crown Resorts before the Bergin Inquiry into, among other things, the suitability of its subsidiary licensee of the Barangaroo casino.

TRENDING ARTICLES

Sihanoukville Covid resurgence

Sihanoukville under curfew, alcohol ban until June 6

The local government in Preah Sihanouk has imposed an overnight curfew, banned alcohol and prohibited gatherings outside of family groups in Sihanoukville due to a rise in Covid cases.

Macau Q1 MICE events down, but exhibitions up

The number of MICE events in Q1 in Macau declined by 56 year-on-year to 68, though the number of exhibitions rose by 4 to 7, according to the Statistics and Census Service.
resorts world las vegas

Resorts World Las Vegas opens Thurs, fake reviews removed

Resorts World Las Vegas, which will become the first from the ground up resort to open in Las Vegas in more than a decade on Thursday, found itself the subject of 144 fake Google reviews. 
The 13 Hotel

South Shore unit that owns The 13 applies for liquidation

South Shore Holdings said the Macau unit that owns indebted luxury hotel, The 13, has applied for voluntary liquidation. 

AAEC’s initial Macau bid went beyond tender scope, court hears

The initial bid for a Macau casino license submitted by Las Vegas Sands' former partner contained a proposal for a bank and went beyond what was desired in the tender, a witness told a court on Wednesday.