The charitable arms of New Zealand’s casinos are under the spotlight, with some casinos reportedly giving away as little as 0.7 per cent of their profits to charity each year, Stuff reports. Gambling Commission is reviewing the charitable trust licence conditions of the country’s six casinos operating in Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown, to determine if they need to be amended. Consultation closes on June 11.
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