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Ireland warned of underestimating real problem gambling rates 

SBC News Ireland warned of underestimating real problem gambling rates 

The government of Ireland has been warned “that there is far more problem gambling in the Republic than previously believed.”  The assessment comes from independent public policy research agency the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) which published its “Measures of Problem Gambling in Ireland” report. The ESRI study was commissioned by the Implementation Team supporting the establishment of the …

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Ireland told to improve research & understanding of problem gambling 

SBC News Ireland told to improve research & understanding of problem gambling 

The government of Ireland has been warned that it currently lacks the capacity to research problem gambling and its societal impacts, as dynamics that will be tested by the launch of a new Irish gambling market in 2023.  New research from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) reveals that this issue “could be larger than initial estimates” and should …

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Ireland approves launch & remit of Gambling Regulation Bill

SBC News Ireland approves launch & remit of Gambling Regulation Bill

Irish gambling stands at a new dawn, as the cabinet of the tri-party coalition government will today sign-off on the publication of the Gambling Regulation Bill.  Ireland’s new regulatory regime for gambling has been drafted by Minister of State, James Browne of the Department of Justice. The bill seeks to safeguard the Irish public with a modern legislative framework for land-based …

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Ireland appoints Anne Marie Caulfield as first gambling officer 

SBC News Ireland appoints Anne Marie Caulfield as first gambling officer 

The government of Ireland has confirmed the appointment of Anne Marie Caulfield as the first Chief Executive of The Gambling Regulatory Authority of Ireland.  A senior civil servant, Caulfield has served as the Director of the Residential Tenancies Board, which oversees standards for Irish home rents and disputes between landlords, tenants and third parties. Her appointment was settled following an …

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