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Growing doubts Crown Sydney will open this year

As a result of its disastrous performance in the New South Wales probity hearings, there are growing doubts that Crown Resorts will receive the green light from regulators to open Crown Sydney in December as planned. It may also leave the firm’s more vulnerable to an ongoing class-action lawsuit.

Crown Resorts cuts off Packer’s access to confidential information

Crown Resorts has suspended its sharing of confidential information with former director and major shareholder James Packer and his private company in light of his damaging evidence given to the New South Wales casino inquiry.

NSW premier caught up in China casino inquiry

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian had a secret relationship with Australian politician Daryl Maguire, who is now under investigation for possible corruption for his alleged role in brokering deals and setting up government meetings for Chinese businessmen wanting to establish casinos in the Pacific islands.
Crown unlikely to lose Sydney license: J.P. Morgan

Crown unlikely to lose Sydney license: J.P. Morgan

Crown Resorts is unlikely to lose its license to run a new $2.2 billion property in Sydney following an inquiry into its suitability, J.P. Morgan says in a note.
NSW taxpayers may foot bill for Crown probe results

Crown ceasing junket ops pending review

Crown Resorts said it’s suspending junket operations until June of next year while it reviews its compliance and governance operations. 

Crown’s China activities not consistent with code of conduct, inquiry hears

Some of the activities of Crown Resorts’ team in China were not consistent with its code of conduct requiring all business to be done “legally, ethically and with the strict observance of the highest standards of integrity,” a regulatory inquiry was told.

NSW Crown probe set to resume with narrowed focus

The NSW government’s inquiry into Crown Resorts’ casino license in Sydney is set to resume after a three-month suspension due to covid-19, however, the...

Melco required to share privileged documents in NSW probe

The NSW government has won a legal battle that would see Melco Resorts be forced to share nine company documents that they wanted to...

Melco allowed to keep certain documents secret in Crown inquiry

Hong Kong-listed Melco Resorts has won a battle to keep its legally privileged documents secret from public inquiry after a decision was made by...

Crown sale of shares to Melco facing accusations of regulatory breach

As the inquiry before former Supreme Court Judge Paddy Bergin got underway on Tuesday, Crown Resorts faced accusations that its failure to alert authorities...

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