Crown Resorts’ suitability to run Melbourne’s casino will be tested by a new royal commission in Victoria, after a damning NSW inquiry found the gambling giant was not suitable to hold a casino licence.
- Former judge Raymond Finkelstein will report back to the Victorian government by August 1
- The royal commission will determine if Crown Melbourne is suitable to hold a casino licence
- It follows a decision in New South Wales that Crown was unsuitable to hold a licence at Barangaroo
Former federal court judge and senior barrister Raymond Finkelstein QC has been appointed commissioner.
The royal commission must report back by August 1 this year.
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