A report released today has found that The Star in Sydney is not suitable to operate a casino in NSW.

A report released today has found that The Star in Sydney is not suitable to operate a casino in NSW. This is a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group, which had plans to expand its casino operations in NSW. The report's findings could lead to The Star Entertainment Group losing its casino licence in Sydney.

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The Star Entertainment Group was found to be unsuitable to operate its casino in Sydney.

The report says the company's protections against money laundering were unsatisfactory.

The inquiry into The Star Entertainment Group's suitability to operate its casino in Sydney found that the company's protections against money laundering were unsatisfactory. The inquiry heard evidence that The Star had failed to properly investigate and report suspicious transactions, and had allowed customers to withdraw large amounts of cash without appropriate checks being carried out.

The inquiry also heard about links to organised crime and fraud.

The inquiry also heard evidence of links between The Star and organised crime, and of instances of fraud at the casino. One witness told the inquiry that he had been approached by a member of a criminal syndicate who had offered to help him launder money through The Star. Another witness said that he had been able to defraud The Star by using counterfeit chips at the casino.

The inquiry found that "a number of extremely serious governance, risk management and cultural failures of The Star Entities occurred."

The inquiry found that "a number of extremely serious governance, risk management and cultural failures of The Star Entities occurred." These failures included a lack of transparency and accountability in decision-making, a culture of secrecy and intimidation, and a failure to adequately address risks associated with problem gambling.

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The report's findings could have major implications for The Star Entertainment Group.

The report's findings could lead to The Star Entertainment Group losing its casino licence in Sydney.

The report's findings could also lead to The Star Entertainment Group being fined or banned from operating in NSW.

Subsection 2.3 The report's findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group's plans to expand its casino operations in NSW.

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The report's findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group.

The report's findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group's plans to expand its casino operations in NSW.

The report's findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group's plans to build a new casino in Brisbane.

The report's findings could have major implications for The Star Entertainment Group, including the possibility of losing its casino licence in Sydney and being fined or banned from operating in NSW. These findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group's plans to expand its casino operations in NSW and build a new casino in Brisbane.

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The report's findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group and could have major implications for the company. The report's findings could lead to The Star Entertainment Group losing its casino licence in Sydney and being fined or banned from operating in NSW. These findings are a major setback for The Star Entertainment Group's plans to expand its casino operations in NSW and build a new casino in Brisbane.

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