Australia’s Crown Resorts 'not suitable' for Sydney gaming license: Inquiry Commission

Australia’s Crown Resorts 'not suitable' for Sydney gaming license: Inquiry Commission

Crown Resorts Limited, Australia’s largest casino & entertainment operator, has been found unsuitable to hold a gaming license in Sydney.

What Does Phasing Out Cheques Tell Us About Finance in New Zealand?

What Does Phasing Out Cheques Tell Us About Finance in New Zealand?

Keeping up with financial news can be difficult in today’s 24-hour culture, but one issue that has ignited opinion in New Zealand is the phasing out of cheques. It was announced in February 2020 that cheques would be phased out by Kiwibank as a move towards a semi-cashless economy.

South Korean casino operator GKL closes third casino amid soaring cases of COVID-19

South Korean casino operator GKL closes third casino amid soaring cases of COVID-19

Casino operator Grand Korea Leisure (GKL), a state-run subsidiary of the Korea Tourism Organization, has confirmed that it has suspended operations at one more casino after the government issued a nationwide alert against the latest wave of the potentially lethal COVID-19 pandemic.

Top Live Casinos in India and Pure Casino Signup Offer

Top Live Casinos in India and Pure Casino Signup Offer

Online betting and sports betting has been growing at a fast pace in Indian market and many operators registered in Europe have started offering reliable and legal betting services to Indian users.

Independent MP Justin Field making efforts to prevent NSW from compensating Crown Resorts

Independent MP Justin Field making efforts to prevent NSW from compensating Crown Resorts

New South Wales (NSW) Independent Member of Parliament (MP) Justin Field and others want to ensure that Crown Resorts Limited, Australia's largest gaming company which is being probed for its alleged links to alleged links to organized crime, shouldn’t get any sort of compensation if its casino l

President-elect Biden’s Climate Plan to provide big boost to EVs and green power

President-elect Biden’s Climate Plan to provide big boost to EVs and green power

Joe Biden, the president-elect of the United States, has long been known for his support for clean energy and climate plans, and those plans are expected to provide a big boost to electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energy with his entry into the White House.

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Tesla plans to open Superchargers to other automakers this year: Elon Musk

American entrepreneur Elon Musk has confirmed that Tesla Motors is mulling plans to open its Supercharger network (a network of 480-volt direct current fast-charging stations) to other automakers a

2022 Audi e-tron GT to hit US roads this summer, prices starting at $99,900

The 2022 Audi e-tron GT will be available in the United States starting this summer with a price tag of $99,900 before any state or federal tax incentives, the German luxury car brand announced.

South Korean EV battery manufacturers to invest $35 billion by 2030

With an aim to become a major global force in electric vehicle (EV) battery sector and better compete with the likes of Japan and China, South Korea has revealed plans to invest 40.6 trillion won (

Chinese smart EV maker XPeng to join Hang Seng Composite Index

XPeng, a smart electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer headquartered in Guangzhou Province of China, will be added to the Hong Kong-based Hang Seng Composite Index on 20th of July this year.

New South Wales announces new policy to boost EV adoption

New South Wales (NSW) has announced an ambitious plan to encourage people to switch from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles (EVs).

Tesla to recall nearly 300K units of Model 3 & Model Y in China

American electric car maker Tesla Motors has reportedly been ordered by Chinese regulators to recall a large number of Made-in-China (MIC) as well as imported Model 3 and Model Y EVs to fix a softw

Illegal gambling operation busted in Malaysian state of Penang; nine arrested

A recent gambling raid by police in the northwestern Malaysian state of Penang led to the apprehension of nine suspects and seizure of cash, chips, mobile phones, modems and much more.