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Tatts is seeking special leave from the High Court to appeal a Victorian court decision that the company pay a $42.6 million health benefit levy to the government. Tatts is challenging a successful appeal by Treasurer Michael O'Brien of a ruling in
I will certainly be one of them that will be putting my hand up. Providing the commercial terms are reasonable, I will throw my hat in the ring for sure." Tabcorp's expiring four-year deal was the first exclusive wagering partnership brokered by the
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Vintage Crop, the first European-trained winner of the Melbourne Cup, has died at the age of 27. Trained by Dermot Weld and ridden Mick Kinane, Vintage Crop revolutionised the cup and broke open the race for international runners when he won in 1993.
Tabcorp on Thursday lodged an appeal against the judgment. "Tabcorp's claim is that the state of Victoria was obliged to make the payment to Tabcorp in August 2012, when Tabcorp's gaming and wagering licences expired and new licences were granted,"
But plenty of Kiwi punters place bets online with overseas bookies. How much is unknown but it's estimated as high as $300 million to $400m a year. Chris Bayliss resigned last week after two years in the job, but prior to his resignation Bayliss said
Tatts and Tabcorp say they should have been liable for levies closer to $7 million. Photo: Brendan Esposito The Supreme Court of Victoria will allow an appeal by the state government over a disputed payment of $84.6 million in levies from gaming
Tatts and rival Tabcorp lost their duopoly over the operation of poker machines outside of Melbourne's Crown casino in August 2012, following a decision in 2009 by the previous Labor government, with poker machines in Victoria now operated by clubs
Justice Hargrave dismissed Tabcorp's claim but awarded Tatts $451 million plus interest. Tabcorp had argued that when the government privatised the Victorian TAB and listed Tabcorp on the share market in 1994, it enacted a law that guaranteed Tabcorp
A NSW coal company is mounting a constitutional challenge in the High Court to a state law cancelling corruption-tainted exploration licences. The former boss of Southern Cross Media, Tony Bell, has resigned from the company's board. Possible