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Punters play it safe with one-time Cup favourite
How a year has changed the view on P.B. Lawrence Stakes favourite Puissance De Lune.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/08/2014     no charge     796 words

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Tabcorp wants in-play betting in pubs, clubs
Tabcorp is considering ways to get around laws that ban digital live betting for punters in retail venues.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/08/2014     no charge     517 words

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Tabcorp wants in-play betting in pubs, clubs
Tabcorp is considering ways to get around laws that ban digital live betting for punters in retail venues.
The Age 11/08/2014     no charge     517 words

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Packer takes full control of Betfair Australasia for $10m
James Packer's Crown Resorts will attempt to get the struggling online gambling company Betfair Australasia back in the black, after taking full control of the business in a deal that values it at $20 million.
The Age 14/08/2014     no charge     323 words

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Packer takes full control of Betfair Australasia for $10m
James Packer's Crown Resorts will attempt to get the struggling online gambling company Betfair Australasia back in the black, after taking full control of the business in a deal that values it at $20 million.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/08/2014     no charge     323 words

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Chris Roots' Randwick review
RACE 1
Sun Herald 10/08/2014     no charge     4791 words

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City loses but lockout is a winner for the Star
New drinking laws have made the casino the place to party all night, writes Michael Koziol.
Sydney Morning Herald 30/08/2014     no charge     936 words

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HEAD-TO-HEAD
VERDICT HOW IT DRIVES UNDER THE BONNET INSIDE VALUE KERB APPEAL JAGUAR BMW VALUE INSIDE UNDER THE BONNET HOW IT DRIVES KERB APPEAL
The Age 30/08/2014     no charge     673 words

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Boban heads Sydney assault on first group 1 of new season
The old gang is back together as Glyn Schofield follows Boban to Melbourne for Saturday's Memsie Stakes but the hoop will take more than a passing interest when Law lines up in The Run To The Rose at Rosehill.
Sydney Morning Herald 30/08/2014     no charge     535 words

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Gardens boss calls for a united front
GARDENS Greyhound Racing Club chief executive Alan Williamson wants group 1 racing back at the track and has asked participants to come together tonight to show what the region can achieve.
Newcastle Herald 29/08/2014     no charge     953 words

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Could it be anyone's medal?
This season might not be the year of the midfielder, writes Will Brodie. There are rules that usually apply when trying to identify the winner of the Brownlow Medal. The medal winner plays every round, polls in at least 10 games, plays for a team that makes the finals, and records three votes as best player on the ground at least six times. He is not necessarily the short favourite, but is well in the market. He has polled well before. And he is a midfielder. This season shapes as an exception, ...
The Age 22/08/2014     no charge     1495 words

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Chow down soul food
BENJALU and burgers will be on the menu at the Newy Burger Co's acoustic session on September 7.
Newcastle Herald 21/08/2014     no charge     723 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, August 14 A BLACK cloud has been hanging over Cronulla all season but finally a glimmer of hope emerges.
Newcastle Herald 21/08/2014     no charge     1295 words

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Got The Nod lifts trainer's spirits
After a very difficult week, Adelaide trainer Lloyd Kennewell finally had something to smile about after his promising colt Got The Nod outclassed his rivals with an impressive first-up win in the group 3 Vain Stakes (1100 metres) on Saturday.
The Sunday Age 17/08/2014     no charge     444 words

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Ghosts of Fine Cotton haunt racing
Pat Carey has experienced some extraordinary moments during his life in racing, but the Mornington trainer admits the Fine Cotton ring-in - 30 years ago on Monday - was one of the most amazing race days he ever experienced.
The Sunday Age 17/08/2014     no charge     454 words

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OzForex directors jump in to top up their stakes
Most of the OzForex board wasted little time topping up their stakes following the recent annual meeting.
The Age 16/08/2014     no charge     279 words

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San Domenico set to put a spring into Ryan's step
IF GERALD Ryan wins Saturday's San Domenico Stakes with one of his two runners, he will be thrilled.
Illawarra Mercury 16/08/2014     no charge     257 words

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sticky carpet
meredith mixes it up
The Age 15/08/2014     no charge     818 words

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LETTERS
Baird's distraction attempt won't work
Sydney Morning Herald 15/08/2014     no charge     890 words

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Let's get bums on seats
HERE'S the deal. Let's call it market research. For a month of the NRL season, make tickets $10 and see what happens.
Illawarra Mercury 15/08/2014     no charge     596 words

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NSW puts up $10m for series, will look at tax
Racing NSW chairman John Messara is delighted to have secured the $10 million in funding for next year's The Championships, and a commitment towards possible tax harmonisation with Victoria and Queensland is firmly on the table.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/08/2014     no charge     324 words

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Bet365 accused of misleading online gamblers
The consumer watchdog has launched court action against Bet365, accusing the online betting agency of misleading punters with "free" and "bonus" offers.
The Age 15/08/2014     no charge     351 words

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Bet365 accused of misleading online gamblers
The consumer watchdog has launched court action against Bet365, accusing the online betting agency of misleading punters with "free" and "bonus" offers.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/08/2014     no charge     351 words

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Echo casino earnings riding high, stealing Packer's high rollers
Echo Entertainment chief executive Matt Bekier says a strong second-half performance, which saw the casino operator steal high-roller punters from rival Crown Resorts and receive increased visits from local customers, is the new normal.
The Age 14/08/2014     no charge     512 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, August 7 SEVEN Days is reminded of the crucial role media managers play in modern-day rugby league as I watch Robbie Farah's exclusive interview with Phil Gould on the Footy Show.
Newcastle Herald 14/08/2014     no charge     1268 words

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Echo casino earnings riding high, stealing Packer's high rollers
Echo Entertainment chief executive Matt Bekier says a strong second-half performance, which saw the casino operator steal high-roller punters from rival Crown Resorts and receive increased visits from local customers, is the new normal.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/08/2014     no charge     512 words

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Pavoni coming for lunch
ACCLAIMED chef Alessandro Pavoni, of two-hatted restaurant Ormeggio at the Spit in the Sydney suburb of Mosman, is heading the bill for next month's Hunter Culinary Association (HCA) seasonal lunch.
Newcastle Herald 13/08/2014     no charge     515 words

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Dough show
The doughnut, that famed American sweet staple snack, is making its presence felt in Newcastle after a makeover, writes Kate Tarala.
Newcastle Herald 13/08/2014     no charge     776 words

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High time NSW racing had one awards night for all to enjoy
The folly of having two NSW racing awards nights should not happen again. The first was an awards night for the humans hosted by Racing NSW after a race meeting at Rosehill, then five days later the horse awards, the domain of the NSW Racehorse Owners' Association, was a more glamorous affair at the Star last Thursday.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/08/2014     no charge     547 words

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WEDNESDAY
Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb
Sydney Morning Herald 11/08/2014     no charge     218 words

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PSSST
Cant play baaaad in wool
The Sunday Age 10/08/2014     no charge     1136 words

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Crown chases millions in debts
Chinese high rollers are taking Crown Casino for a ride, blowing millions of dollars lent by the casino to fund high-stakes gambling sprees and then refusing to pay the tab.
The Sunday Age 10/08/2014     no charge     301 words

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Nati leaves code with a new future
Sam Nati walks away from Harness Racing NSW this month leaving the sport ready to tackle the future. It is cleaner and stronger and has the integrity and infrastructure required in the 21st century.
Sun Herald 10/08/2014     no charge     814 words

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Going underground
Let go of your Sydney sensibilities and walk down the darkest alley in Melbourne - then go down the stairs. Basement bars are where it's all at in this town at the moment, from hip jazz cafes to boutique wine bars. Half the fun is finding them (signs are for tourists), and the latest edition of Melbourne's Bars and Pubs is now free and spells out the dress code, the average price of a meal, happy hours and even the average age of punters. This is not a directory - expect a curated list that's ...
Sun Herald 10/08/2014     no charge     138 words

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Waller dips into pocket after mare's easy win
Chris Waller donated his slice of Saigon Tea's win in the Randwick opener to the 4Tracks4Kids foundation in preparation for the October walk that will honour late jockey Nathan Berry. Berry's twin Tommy piloted Saigon Tea, owned by Geoff Grimish, Nathan's biggest supporter, to a soft win over her four rivals in the 2400-metre staying test.
Sun Herald 10/08/2014     no charge     793 words

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food
YUM CHA
The Age 09/08/2014     no charge     196 words

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Embracing optimism: you know it works
Yes we can!
Sydney Morning Herald 09/08/2014     no charge     882 words

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Moody's high opinion the strongest Rosebud pointer
The unknown factor plays a big role for punters in The Rosebud at Randwick on Saturday. It is a race where opinions will count.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/08/2014     no charge     826 words

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Waller plans triple Missile strike
Chris Waller will go to Randwick to enjoy having stable stars in Boban, Weary and Hawkspur back at the races in the Missile Stakes on Saturday.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/08/2014     no charge     331 words

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Tabcorp pushes NSW racing
AT A GLANCE Revenue $2.04b -4% Profit $129.9m 3% Dividend 8?
The Age 08/08/2014     no charge     220 words

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Crown aims at Vegas luxury
James Packer's new Las Vegas partner, Andrew Pascal, says a Crown Resorts-backed development in the famous gambling city will draw new Asian punters and deliver a luxury experience that will not be matched by incumbent players - including his old employer.
The Age 08/08/2014     no charge     659 words

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Tabcorp pushes NSW racing
Tabcorp CEO David Attenborough says the company will consider pushing punters towards betting on sports and NSW racing, in an effort to maintain earnings and avoid higher fees charged by Racing Victoria.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/08/2014     no charge     220 words

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At the altar of the New Christs
Rob Younger had his tongue firmly in cheek when he named his post-Radio Birdman outfit, writes PATRICK EMERY.
The Age 08/08/2014     no charge     360 words

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Crown aims at Vegas luxury
James Packer's new Las Vegas partner, Andrew Pascal, says a Crown Resorts-backed development in the famous gambling city will draw new Asian punters and deliver a luxury experience that will not be matched by incumbent players - including his old employer.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/08/2014     no charge     659 words

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WEDNESDAY
Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb
The Age 07/08/2014     no charge     218 words

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Turning a profit warms the heart
It says something about the cost structure of "new school" listed investment companies that giving away 1 per cent of net assets each year works out at less than half the price of paying the usual manager.
The Age 07/08/2014     no charge     791 words

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Turning a profit warms the heart
It says something about the cost structure of "new school" listed investment companies that giving away 1 per cent of net assets each year works out at less than half the price of paying the usual manager.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/08/2014     no charge     778 words

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Indigenous art surprises
The spike in sales of Aboriginal or indigenous art at the beginning of the century was followed by an equally dramatic decline at the start of the global financial crisis.
The Age 06/08/2014     no charge     578 words

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Aromatic feast for senses
COFFEE and chocolate are just two of the temptations set to lure punters to this year's Maitland Aroma Festival, which will be held at the city's Riverside Car Park for the first time.
Newcastle Herald 06/08/2014     no charge     576 words

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East end treasure
The Great Northern Hotels new management team is looking to restore it to its former glory, writes Kate Tarala.
Newcastle Herald 06/08/2014     no charge     1092 words

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Budget nasties not worth fighting for
A big reason Joe Hockey isn't getting much support from independent observers like me in his battle to get the budget through the Senate is that so few of his contentious measures are worth fighting for.
Sydney Morning Herald 04/08/2014     no charge     766 words

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Few heavyweight stars on the skyline but watch this space
The new season dawned on Saturday with a protest and a predictable result. It was business as usual for the premier jockey and trainer, both celebrating doubles. However, there is less certainty as spring racing fires up.
Sydney Morning Herald 04/08/2014     no charge     557 words

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Magic keeper can't catch replay
BROADMEADOW Magic goalkeeper Chris Bowling's penalty save against Brisbane Strikers easily made the highlight reel from the FFA Cup opening round on Fox Sports last Tuesday night, but it didn't make his own.
Newcastle Herald 04/08/2014     no charge     1041 words

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Budget nasties not worth fighting for
A big reason Joe Hockey isn't getting much support from independent observers like me in his battle to get the budget through the Senate is that so few of his contentious measures are worth fighting for.
The Age 04/08/2014     no charge     766 words

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Shinn sees positives in Cantonese's wide draw
PUNTERS have deserted Cantonese in the Darwin Cup, but his jockey, Blake Shinn, is confident he can turn a wide barrier into a positive.
Newcastle Herald 04/08/2014     no charge     308 words

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The Mail
Oakfield Commands eases trainer's pain
Sun Herald 03/08/2014     no charge     812 words

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the heckler
Conga line of memoirs
The Sunday Age 03/08/2014     no charge     702 words

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BOOKMARKS
Flanagan the hot tip here, Mitchell the hot tip there; publishers pull their fingers out; a jump in sales; Henshaw and Clanchy keep close; and Gaita's Wednesdays return.
The Age 02/08/2014     no charge     916 words

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Let's be clear on donations
Let's be clear on donations IT seems incongruous and fundamentally undemocratic that there is a ban on political donations from some groups and not on others ("McCloy case 'credible"' Herald 1/8).
Newcastle Herald 02/08/2014     no charge     1232 words

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Waiting for tweet smell of success
Investors placed a $US6 billion ($6.4 billion) bet on shares in Twitter on Tuesday as the sharemarket punters responded to a better than expected quarterly result and pushed the share price up by 30 per cent. This is no ordinary analytical response to projected returns. The company did not make a profit - it actually increased the size of its loss to $US145 million, compared with a $US42 million loss a year ago.
The Age 01/08/2014     no charge     789 words

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Fallen riders to be honoured at Rosehill meeting
Fallen jockeys will be remembered at Rosehill on Saturday as part of National Jockeys Celebration Day.
Sydney Morning Herald 01/08/2014     no charge     97 words

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Crate moments in art history being milked for all they're worth
Who owns a milk crate? Everybody but the dairy industry it seems.
Sydney Morning Herald 01/08/2014     no charge     616 words

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Waiting for tweet smell of success
Investors placed a $US6 billion ($6.4 billion) bet on shares in Twitter on Tuesday as the sharemarket punters responded to a better than expected quarterly result and pushed the share price up by 30 per cent. This is no ordinary analytical response to projected returns. The company did not make a profit - it actually increased the size of its loss to $US145 million, compared with a $US42 million loss a year ago.
Sydney Morning Herald 01/08/2014     no charge     789 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, July 24 KNIGHTS siblings Sione and Chanel Mata'utia get the chance to make a name for themselves after being selected for their NRL debut against the Chooks.
Newcastle Herald 31/07/2014     no charge     1274 words

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Kiwi connection a winner
A RARE winner for leading trainer Chris Waller turned into a historic one for New Zealand jockey James McDonald at Warwick Farm yesterday.
Newcastle Herald 31/07/2014     no charge     556 words

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