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    <br>An independent investigation has been launched into the operations of the Adelaide Casino, after similar inquiries interstate revealing “significant failings”.<br> <br>South Australia’s Liquor and Gambling regulator has asked former Supreme Court judge Brian Martin to look into the operations of the SkyCity Casino.<br> <br>It comes after similar inquires in NSW, Victoria and Western Australia, and as a further inquiry is about to begin in Queensland.<br> <br>”Inquiries to date have highlighted significant failings on the part of Crown Resorts as operators of Crown Casinos,” SA Liquor and Gambling Commissioner Dini Soulio said.<br> <br>”In addition, Star Entertainment Group is the subject of a current inquiry in NSW where significant failings have been identified.<br> <br>”A number of the matters raised to date extend beyond any one organisation and point instead to broader systemic issues within the casino industry.”<br> <br>Mr Soulio said the SA investigation would ensure SkyCity was still suitable to hold a casino licence.<br> <br>Mr Martin is due to report back to the commissioner by February next year.<br> <br>SA-BEST upper house MP Connie Bonaros welcomed the investigation, but said nothing short of a royal commission would do.<br> <br>”SA-BEST has been fiercely outspoken about the operations of the casino for 홈카지노 years, including calling for a royal commission into its operations last year,” she said.”Every South Australian should be deeply concerned by the reasons given for the independent investigation and Mr Soulio’s concern<br>/p>

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