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Tinian commission counsel settles suit

  Elliott A. Sattler, legal counsel to the Tinian Casino Gaming Commission, reached an undisclosed settlement over his lawsuit against the Tinian mayor's office over...

Saipan casino plan resurfaces

  The government of the Northern Marianas islands, a US Pacific territory, is revisiting a proposal to legalize casino gambling on Saipan, which has the...

Dynasty staff go without pay

  Many staff at the Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino have not been paid since January. "As soon as we catch up on our cash...

Samoa casinos an ‘experiment’

  Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi called the issuance of casino licenses to  locally owned Aggie Grey’s Reef Resort and to Chengdu Exhibition and...

Samoan mayor not consulted about casino plans

The mayor of Mulivaitoa Safata said that no one from Exhibition Tourism Group, the Chinese company proposing to build a casino and resort in...

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