WA gambling go-ahead

CRUISE ships can now open their gaming floors while travelling between Western Australian ports under changes to the Gaming and Wagering Commission Regulations 1988. Under the amendment, gaming is only banned when the ship is within 12 nautical miles of the port where it intends to berth or anchor, where previously the restriction applied while the ship was within 12 nautical miles of the WA coastline. A new provision has also been added which specifies that gaming must be an ancillary service, meaning cruises 'to nowhere' will remain banned. Tourism and Racing and ...
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