Archive for September 16th, 2013

Illegal betting could top $500b each year – Sydney Morning Herald

Illegal betting could top $500b each year
Sydney Morning Herald
Asian gambling houses believed to be behind Victoria’s match-fixing scandal are generating huge profits from an illegal betting market estimated by Interpol to top $500 billion a year. One of the world’s top sports investigators, Chris Eaton, said the money 
Suspected match-fixing mastermind ran Australian syndicateABC Online

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Monday, September 16th, 2013

Rucci 360: Australia was once the ‘lucky country’ but has fallen from its pedestal – NEWS.com.au


Sky News Australia

Rucci 360: Australia was once the ‘lucky country’ but has fallen from its pedestal
NEWS.com.au
WE were, as Donald Horne once put it, the Lucky Country, particularly for sport. In a land of vast space, great weather and unbridled ambition, Australia was blessed by great athletes and great achievements on the world stage. While the rest of the world 
Sports minister Peter Dutton can’t have each-way bet fighting match-fixingThe Australian
Govt to seek match-fixing briefingSydney Morning Herald

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Monday, September 16th, 2013

Ablett bags record haul – Sydney Morning Herald

Brisbane TimesAblett bags record haulSydney Morning HeraldDownload the All-Australian team. Gary Ablett has broken new ground for All-Australian selection, further solidifying his reputation as one of the greatest players of all time. Fresh from clinch…

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Government to seek match-fixing briefing – Sky News Australia

Sky News AustraliaGovernment to seek match-fixing briefingSky News AustraliaGovernment to seek match-fixing briefing. Updated: 20:52, Monday September 16, 2013. Government to seek match-fixing briefing. Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott will ask the inc…

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Coalition won’t be asking for Indonesia’s permission on asylum seeker policies … – ABC Online


NEWS.com.au

Coalition won’t be asking for Indonesia’s permission on asylum seeker policies
ABC Online
Incoming foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop says she is confident the Coalition will be able to implement all of its asylum seeker policies regardless of how Indonesia views them. Indonesia’s foreign minister Marty Natelegawa recently rejected the Coalition’s 
Tony Abbott vows swift, ‘more forthright’ action on border security from day oneSydney Morning Herald
Abbott’s border crackdown starts WednesdayBrisbane Times
Indonesia’s challenge for Libs over boats and cattleThe Australian
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