Melbourne Observer. 130227A. February 27, 2013. Part A

By ABC News 15 July, 2013. Victorian Police allege the owner of a jewellery store at Hastings, south of Melbourne, was killed over $200 worth of jewellery. Dermot O'Toole was fatally stabbed during an alleged armed robbery in Hastings on Friday. His wife was also injured. Gavin Perry, 26, of Crib Point has made a brief appearance in the Melbourne Magistrates Court charged with murder A $32 million heist at Melbourne's Crown casino has not been reported to police, with the gaming venue believing it can recover most of the cash. Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, the home of the Aussie Millions, is investigating a $33 million heist from one of its high rollers. Crown Casino, Melbourne, 2013 – A casino employee in charge of watching security cameras was accused of relaying information to a high-roller, which helped him take the casino for $32 million. Ocean’s Eleven Style Casino Robbery at the Crown Casino Posted on April 18, 2013 by Phoenix Lockmaster In a story seemingly taken from the screenplay of Ocean’s Eleven , Australia’s largest casino, the Crown Casino in Melbourne, was recently the victim of a $32 million robbery carried out by a foreign player, a casino employee and other possible accomplices. Melbourne Observer. 130227A. February 27, 2013. Part A. Pages 1-16 UPDATE at 5:00 PM AEST | MELBOURNE'S Crown Casino has been evacuated amid reports of a bomb threat. Hundreds of people were ushered out of the Southbank building around 3.30pm AEDT after a 55-year This was published 7 years ago. Unfavourable odds for the high-rolling gambler: Kakavas v Crown Casino Opinions on High, Melbourne Law School’s High Court blog, was launched in August this year Kakavas v Crown Melbourne Limited [2013] HCA 25 Case note 1998 by a “withdrawal of licence (WOL) to enter or remain in the casino or on Crown premises”, due to pending armed robbery charges (at [48]). Mr Kakavas made repeated attempts to have the order lifted between 1998-2001 and 2003, before ultimately being successful in January 2005 (at [68]). As a condition of having the WOL In the case of Kakavas v Crown Melbourne Ltd [2013] HCA 25 the respondent began in 1994, when the Crown first opened its casino in Melbourne. In addition to gambling at Crown, the appellant would also gamble at casinos on the Gold Coast and in Sydney. In 1998, Mr Kakavas was sentenced to two years imprisonment for fraud, 18 months of which was suspended.11 The appellant alleged that the

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