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Nov 9, 2021 • 16m 20s

How Crown Casino became too big to fail

Earlier this year, a blistering Royal Commission report found that Crown Casino in Melbourne had links to organised crime and enabled money laundering. Despite that, Crown has managed to keep its licence. Today, senior fellow of the Centre for Public Christianity, Tim Costello, on the relationship between politics and gambling, and how Crown Casino became too big to fail.

Feb 17, 2021 • 17m 01s

James and the giant breach

A damning report has found Crown Resorts unfit to hold a casino licence in NSW. But what does that mean for James Packer’s operations in other states?

Oct 14, 2020 • 17m 04s

James Packer shows his hand

Over the past few weeks an inquiry into Crown Resorts, Australia’s largest gambling company, has laid bare a culture of risk taking and threats. It’s also embroiled one of the company’s biggest shareholders. Today, Mike Seccombe on James Packer’s extraordinary evidence, and what’s at stake for Crown.

Aug 13, 2019 • 15m50s

On politics and gambling

The refusal of the major parties to hold a parliamentary inquiry into Crown Casino speaks to a larger relationship between politics and the gambling lobby. It’s not just donations: Labor draws millions in profits from poker machines it owns.

Aug 2, 2019 • 14m15s

Betting against integrity

Amid claims of misconduct against Crown Casino, Labor and the Coalition voted down a parliamentary inquiry into the affair.

Jun 20, 2019 • 14m20s

Gaming the gaming industry

Australia records higher gambling losses than any country in the world, while the sector uses faulty research to avoid regulation.

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