Online gambling firms face probe over nuisance texts: Investigation over claims companies are using personal details … – Daily Mail

Concerns that hundreds of firms are using private numbers to encourage people to gamble Some firms accused of conning punters with misleading promotions Those that target people without permission face fines of £500,000 By Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor For The Daily Mail Published: 11:35 +11:00, 11 November 2016 | Updated: 11:35 +11:00, 11 November…

Husband and wife pawned customers’ watches, jewellery to keep shop ticking over – The Age

A Caulfield husband and wife stole jewellery from their customers to try to keep their struggling business afloat, a court has heard. Georgette and Roger Aznavorian ran Caulfield Jewellers a business that cleaned, repaired and sold clocks, watches and jewellery  in Caulfield North for more than 20 years. The Aznavorians would tell customers that the delay in getting their watches…

Coolamon Sport and Recreation Club pledged $16000 by community intent on keeping it afloat – Riverina Leader

The Coolamon community has rallied behind its embattled sport and recreation club, pitching in $16,000 to keep it afloat. On Tuesday The Daily Advertiser revealed the club was on the edge of falling into voluntary administration, after board members were told more than $360,000 was owed to creditors and police were investigating missing funds from the clubs Keno facilities.…