New rules for Queensland casino operators to be introduced
Queensland government is planning to introduce new laws for local casino operators. The government of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk used an official Friday press release to declare that the measures will involve 'stricter oversight' for anyone looking to run a casino in the state of almost 5.3 million people.
Shannon Fentiman is the Attorney-General for Queensland. He announced the new laws that will improve integrity and deter illegal behaviour at casinos. The new law provides for a special manager who could be appointed to monitor and direct casino operations and report back to government.
New rules for Queensland casino operators to be introduced. Top disciplinary fine to rise to $63 million. Star Entertainment Group Limited may lodge a cause notice to continue running casinos in the northern state.
New rules for Queensland casino operators to be introduced. Palaszczuk administration wants to address money laundering concerns. The new rules will modernize Queensland’s gambling legislation. The Star Entertainment Group Limited will be issued a ‘show cause notice” to the Liquor and Gaming Regulation.