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Daily Mail
Model Catherine McNeil flaunts a back full of tattoosTatts nice! Model Catherine McNeil shows off her FULL back of body art as she f
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Tatts nice! Model Catherine McNeil shows off her FULL back of body art as she flaunts her svelte figure in a tiny bikini She's the Australian model who boasts more than 100 tattoos on her svelte form. And Catherine McNeil has taken to social media... Read more
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Canberra Times
Joe Pride chases another Gosford Cup with Destiny's Kiss around 59.5 kilograms and really test these. He is in good form, but 61 kilogra
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
around 59.5 kilograms and really test these. He is in good form, but 61 kilograms might just pull him up as you saw last start [when third in the City Tatts Cup]." Singing is the Gosford Cup favourite at $3.30 after winning his past two at Doo... Read more
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The Age
Joe Pride chases another Gosford Cup with Destiny's Kiss around 59.5 kilograms and really test these. He is in good form, but 61 kilogra
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
around 59.5 kilograms and really test these. He is in good form, but 61 kilograms might just pull him up as you saw last start [when third in the City Tatts Cup]." Singing is the Gosford Cup favourite at $3.30 after winning his past two at Doo... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Joe Pride chases another Gosford Cup with Destiny's Kiss around 59.5 kilograms and really test these. He is in good form, but 61 kilogra
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
around 59.5 kilograms and really test these. He is in good form, but 61 kilograms might just pull him up as you saw last start [when third in the City Tatts Cup]." Singing is the Gosford Cup favourite at $3.30 after winning his past two at Doo... Read more
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Motley Fool
Four small cap stocks to beat the market in 2018after tax for the period is forecast to increase 20% and 43% respectively. Jum
Motley Fool / Posted 6 days ago
after tax for the period is forecast to increase 20% and 43% respectively. Jumbo’s chief risk is its reliance on the TattsLotto sales relationship, now with Tabcorp Holdings Limited(ASX: TAH) after the wagering firm recently acquired Tatts... Read more
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WA Today
William Hill flags sale of Tom Waterhouse-led Australian businesstaxes. The looming new taxes and the newly sealed merger of Australia's two bi
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
taxes. The looming new taxes and the newly sealed merger of Australia's two biggest gambling companies, Tabcorp and Tatts, have forced online wagering businesses to consider consolidating in a bid to remain sustainable.Originally published... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
William Hill flags sale of Tom Waterhouse-led Australian businessexpected to introduce similar taxes. The looming new taxes and the newly seale
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
expected to introduce similar taxes. The looming new taxes and the newly sealed merger of Australia's two biggest gambling companies, Tabcorp and Tatts, have forced online wagering businesses to consider consolidating in a bid to remain sustaina... Read more
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The Age
William Hill flags sale of Tom Waterhouse-led Australian businessexpected to introduce similar taxes. The looming new taxes and the newly seale
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
expected to introduce similar taxes. The looming new taxes and the newly sealed merger of Australia's two biggest gambling companies, Tabcorp and Tatts, have forced online wagering businesses to consider consolidating in a bid to remain sustaina... Read more
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6d
Northern Daily Leader
Narrabri set for rematch with Inverell for silverwareof the order before Steven Page (21) and Aronn Baker (24) kept things going in
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
of the order before Steven Page (21) and Aronn Baker (24) kept things going in the middle order. In Friday night’s game Tatts thumped RSL. After posting 5-105, Tatts routed RSL for just 38, Mick Dowdell (20) the only batsmen to make double... Read more
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7d
News.com.au
Lucky Hobart lotto winner remains at largewinners lose the lot in the first 12 months 90% of lottery winners lose the lo
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
winners lose the lot in the first 12 months 90% of lottery winners lose the lot in the first 12 months DID you buy a TattsLotto ticket in North Hobart for a draw at the weekend? If so, make sure you double check your numbers because it could... Read more
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Canberra Times
Search for winner of $55 million Powerball jackpot ticket sold in BrunswickBought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. Tatts has rev
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Bought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. Tatts has revealed the sole winning ticket in Thursday night's $55 million Powerball jackpot prize was sold from Barkly Square in the heart of Brunswick. Tatts have revealed the... Read more
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The Age
Search for winner of $55 million Powerball jackpot ticket sold in BrunswickBought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. Tatts has rev
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Bought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. Tatts has revealed the sole winning ticket in Thursday night's $55 million Powerball jackpot prize was sold from Barkly Square in the heart of Brunswick. The winner? Nobody... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Search for winner of $55 million Powerball jackpot ticket sold in BrunswickBought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. Tatts has rev
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Bought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. Tatts has revealed the sole winning ticket in Thursday night's $55 million Powerball jackpot prize was sold from Barkly Square in the heart of Brunswick. The winner? Nobody... Read more
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Weekly Times
One person wins $55m Powerball jackpotone winning entry in 2017. More than 140 Victorians shared more than $216 mill
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
one winning entry in 2017. More than 140 Victorians shared more than $216 million in division one prizes last year. Tatts spokeswoman Bronnie Spencer said she was eagerly waiting for Australia’s newest multi-millionaire to make contact and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Victorian ticket hits $55 million Tatts jackpotA VICTORIAN Tatts player is yet to realise their $55 million dream win after sn
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
A VICTORIAN Tatts player is yet to realise their $55 million dream win after snaring the division one major Powerball. The winning unregistered ticket was bought in Victoria and won the $55 million division one Powerball jackpot last night. The six... Read more
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News.com.au
Victorian Tatts winner $55 million richerMillions jackpots that together top $1 billion after going months without a win
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Millions jackpots that together top $1 billion after going months without a winner. Linda So reports. 17/06/1997 PIRATE: Tattslotto numbered balls. Lottery. Gambling. Lotto. Tatts.Source:Supplied A VICTORIAN Tatts player is yet to realise their... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why the Jumbo Interactive Ltd share price just hit a record highand ability to generate cash flow. The major risk with Jumbo is the company’s
Motley Fool / Posted 13 days ago
and ability to generate cash flow. The major risk with Jumbo is the company’s reliance on its business relationship with Tatts, the national lotteries business which recently merged with Tabcorp Holdings Limited(ASX: TAH). However, that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Not 'appy: Online bookies can't escape new betting taxtaxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst L
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
taxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst Larry Gandler claimed that merged Tabcorp and Tatts and the WA TAB "pay nearly 100 per cent of Australia's wagering taxes, while commanding 71 per cent market share.... Read more
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The North West Star
Not 'appy: Online bookies can't escape new betting taxtaxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst L
The North West Star / Posted 14 days ago
taxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst Larry Gandler claimed that merged Tabcorp and Tatts and the WA TAB "pay nearly 100 per cent of Australia's wagering taxes, while commanding 71 per cent market share.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Not 'appy: Online bookies can't escape new betting taxtaxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst L
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
taxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst Larry Gandler claimed that merged Tabcorp and Tatts and the WA TAB "pay nearly 100 per cent of Australia's wagering taxes, while commanding 71 per cent market share.... Read more
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The Age
Not 'appy: Online bookies can't escape new betting taxtaxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst L
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
taxes, so why not online wagering? A report by Credit Suisse wagering analyst Larry Gandler claimed that merged Tabcorp and Tatts and the WA TAB "pay nearly 100 per cent of Australia's wagering taxes, while commanding 71 per cent market share.... Read more
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The North West Star
Landmark Albion tower set for demolitionbuilding in Brisbane's inner north-east to be demolished to make way for a high
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
building in Brisbane's inner north-east to be demolished to make way for a high-density development. The 10-storey Tatts Group office tower at 240 Sandgate Road, Albion dates back to the mid-1970s, but the gaming company lodged a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Landmark Albion tower set for demolitionbuilding in Brisbane’s inner north-east to be demolished to make way for a high
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
building in Brisbane’s inner north-east to be demolished to make way for a high-density development. The 10-storey Tatts Group office tower at 240 Sandgate Road, Albion dates back to the mid-1970s, but the gaming company lodged a... Read more
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The Age
Landmark Albion tower set for demolitionbuilding in Brisbane’s inner north-east to be demolished to make way for a high
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
building in Brisbane’s inner north-east to be demolished to make way for a high-density development. The 10-storey Tatts Group office tower at 240 Sandgate Road, Albion dates back to the mid-1970s, but the gaming company lodged a... Read more
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WA Today
Lottoland disruption threat diminishing, analysts sayhigher-value overseas lotteries without buying a ticket in the draw. It came a
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
higher-value overseas lotteries without buying a ticket in the draw. It came after newsagency groups and lotteries giant Tatts waged a campaign throughout the year claiming Lottoland's "synthetic" lottery service was cutting into their... Read more
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The Age
Lottoland disruption threat diminishing, analysts sayhigher-value overseas lotteries without buying a ticket in the draw. It came a
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
higher-value overseas lotteries without buying a ticket in the draw. It came after newsagency groups and lotteries giant Tatts waged a campaign throughout the year claiming Lottoland's "synthetic" lottery service was cutting into their... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lottoland disruption threat diminishing, analysts sayhigher-value overseas lotteries without buying a ticket in the draw. It came a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
higher-value overseas lotteries without buying a ticket in the draw. It came after newsagency groups and lotteries giant Tatts waged a campaign throughout the year claiming Lottoland's "synthetic" lottery service was cutting into their... Read more
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report Thursdayand Oil Search (OSH) has slipped 0.3% and 1% respectively whereas Woodside (WPL
TheBull / Posted 25 days ago
and Oil Search (OSH) has slipped 0.3% and 1% respectively whereas Woodside (WPL) and Santos (STO) are rising 0.3% each. Tatts Group (TTS) was officially removed from quotation on the ASX at the close of market yesterday to finalise the merger... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Queensland’s $20m golden eggAFTER 13 months of negotiations, appeals and approval processes, the merged Tab
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 29 days ago
AFTER 13 months of negotiations, appeals and approval processes, the merged Tabcorp-Tatts entity came into being on Friday. Tabcorp chief executive David Attenborough has insisted since the outset of merger negotiations that the Queensland racing... Read more
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News.com.au
Queensland’s $20m golden eggEDITORIAL USE ONLYSource:AAP AFTER 13 months of negotiations, appeals and appr
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
EDITORIAL USE ONLYSource:AAP AFTER 13 months of negotiations, appeals and approval processes, the merged Tabcorp-Tatts entity came into being on Friday. Tabcorp chief executive David Attenborough has insisted since the outset of merger... Read more
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WA Today
Tabcorp flags global gambling expansion after $11b Tatts tie-upThe newly merged $11 billion Tabcorp-Tatts gambling giant will pursue overseas
WA Today / Posted a month ago
The newly merged $11 billion Tabcorp-Tatts gambling giant will pursue overseas lottery licences and seek opportunities to expand its wagering business into the United States if sports betting becomes legal there. Ahead of Friday's implementation of... Read more
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The Age
Tabcorp flags global gambling expansion after $11b Tatts tie-upThe newly merged $11 billion Tabcorp-Tatts gambling giant will pursue overseas
The Age / Posted a month ago
The newly merged $11 billion Tabcorp-Tatts gambling giant will pursue overseas lottery licences and seek opportunities to expand its wagering business into the United States if sports betting becomes legal there. Ahead of Friday's implementation of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tabcorp flags global gambling expansion after $11b Tatts tie-upThe newly merged $11 billion Tabcorp-Tatts gambling giant will pursue overseas
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
The newly merged $11 billion Tabcorp-Tatts gambling giant will pursue overseas lottery licences and seek opportunities to expand its wagering business into the United States if sports betting becomes legal there. Ahead of Friday's implementation of... Read more
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