The Prolongation of The Star’s License Suspension in Queensland till December 20th

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The Star Entertainment Group has announced that the Queensland government has authorized a further postponement of its license suspensions for The Star Gold Coast and Treasury Brisbane casinos, extending the period from May 31st to December 20th.

The entertainment conglomerate states that this decision ‘allows the Queensland Government to evaluate the results of the Second Bell Inquiry into The Star in New South Wales and to properly gauge The Star’s progress in rectification, prior to taking any other actions.’

Despite the extension up to the 20th of December, the tenure of the Special Manager for both properties, appointed by the courts, remains to conclude on December 8th.

The conglomerate emphasizes that this action ‘only pertains to The Star’s operations in Queensland’ and that it ‘continues to actively engage in the ongoing Second Bell Inquiry in New South Wales’.

In the midst of ongoing inquiries, The Star has experienced a series of significant executive departures and modifications to corporate culture. This includes the recent substitution of both the Chairman and CEO of the group.

The corporation is striving to demonstrate its adequacy to retain a casino license in both Queensland and New South Wales, following allegations of wrongdoing.