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New Zealand will vote on a potential new flag in a country-wide referendum in November. On Tuesday, the Flag Consideration panel revealed the four designs that will appear on the ballot, to decidedly mixed reviews.
Here's the current flag:
Since New Zealand's flag looks so similar to Australia's, there has been a movement to adopt a new one:
How many billboards like this, all over the planet, would $26million have got us? #nzflag pic.twitter.com/9oypL7enaT — Tim Kong (@timoslimo) September 1, 2015
The four finalists were whittled down from 10,000 submissions. Three of the designs feature the silver fern — New Zealand's national symbol — while the fourth depicts a black and white Koru, a Maori symbol that represents an unfurling fern.
The four finalists:
2. Silver Fern (black, white, and blue)
3. Silver Fern (red, white, and blue)
4. Silver Fern (black and white)
Some New Zealanders are upset with the four finalists, which they say are boring and lack variety.
"It's nothing short of a national disgrace that the same flag clipart eats up half of the available final slots," wrote Karl Puschmann of the NZ Herald.
"If you're going to give a nation of four million people a choice you've got to give variety," designer Thomas Le Bas said on Radio New Zealand.
Voters will pick one of the four flag designs in a referendum in November. Whichever flag wins will go up against the current flag in a second vote in March to decide if New Zealand gets a new flag.
The NZ Herald reports that 53% of voters are against changing the flag. According to iPredict NZ, a market-based prediction model, the likelihood of the flag changing "plummeted" to 30% after the four finalists were announced. There's now a 67% chance the country keeps the old one, according to the model.
With the country spending a reported $26 million on the votes, people are in a tizzy over what they say is an uninspiring set of options.
Wow. What a sad and disappointing outcome. The best result I can see now is keeping the status quo. Such a lost opportunity.
Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino opening Sept. 28; Food outlets announced
Lars Jones World Casino News
Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel near Murphy, North Carolina is set to officially open their doors to patrons at 2pm on September 28th. The $110 million facility is owned by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation and will be managed by Caesar Entertainment.
The 50,000 square foot casino floor will offer 1,050 slots and video poker machines and 70 Las Vegas style gaming tables such as blackjack, roulette, and craps. Cherokee Valley River Casino hopes to draw visitors from the North Georgia as well as the Chattanooga, Tennessee area. A spokesperson for the property also says that the Murphy location provides a complete experience for visitors who just want to gamble, relax, and have a little fun compared to the more resort-style destination offered at Harrah’s in Cherokee.
Over 500 people were employed in the construction of the facility and around 900 are expected to have jobs in management and support positions. Several job fairs have been held and the company is still hiring leading up to the grand opening.
The 300 room hotel is expected to open in tandem with the casino next month. Preliminary booking inquiries are showing upscale prices at the remote location with the least expensive Friday night room rates priced at $599 and mid-week prices beginning at $399 for mid-November stays, although those prices could change as market forces come to bear.
The dining line-up was recently announced and most of the offerings are of the casual and “grab and go” variety, with no upscale steak and seafood venues available. The five options include Earl of Sandwich, Panda Express, Papa John’s Pizza, Nathan’s Famous, and Starbucks quick bites.
Readers can view the exterior of the hotel and casino on a live construction cam. The parking lot and landscaping are all completed and workers are putting the final touches on the interior while dealers and support staff are trained inside.
Guinness World Records: Resorts World Genting is world’s largest hotel
Kim Morrison World Casino News
The First World Hotel in Genting Highlands, the only casino resort in Malaysia, has regained the Guinness World Records title of Largest Hotel in the world, a title previously held by the Venetian Hotel Resort and Casino and The Palazzo in Las Vegas.
The Resorts World Genting property’s status which is determined by the number of rooms was confirmed by Guinness World Records, according to Genting.
When the Palazzo, an expansion of The Venetian in Las Vegas, opened in 2008 it knocked the then 6,118 room First World Hotel out of the top spot until the three-star Resorts World Genting hotel’s revamping which brought the total to 7,351. The new US$72 million hotel block addition, the Tower 2 Annex, began opening in phases this year.
Edward Holloway, senior vice president of hotel operations for Resorts World Genting said that Malaysia’s tourism industry would be enhanced further by the recognition which is a symbol of innovation excellence for the Southeast Asia hill resort. Holloway added, “We are very pleased to once again receive this recognition. The hotel has received over 35.5 million guests over the nine years since its first record in 2006,” and “The endorsement by the world’s authority on this record-breaking achievement is icing on the cake, and more. It spells further excitement for the iconic hill resort even as it helps strengthen Malaysia on the international map for excellence in tourism and hospitality.”
Genting Malaysia Bhd, which operates Resorts World Genting, is also expanding the property by adding more food and beverage outlets, shops and accommodations. In addition the conglomerate that invests in casinos globally will complete a theme park next year called Twentieth Century Fox World which is movie industry-based.
Atlantic City poker chip counterfeiter Christian Lusardi pleads guilty
Danielle Graham World Casino News
In a press release issued from the New Jersey Attorney General’s office, serial counterfeiter Christian Lusardi has plead guilty to second-degree trademark counterfeiting and third-degree criminal mischief. The plea agreement recommends that he be sentenced to five years for the counterfeiting charges and three years for criminal mischief, with both charges running concurrently.
In addition to the state prison term, Lusardi will also be required to pay $463,540 restitution to the Borgata to cover poker tournament revenue loss, and $9455 to Harrahs for plumbing damaged caused when he attempted to flush bootleg chips down a toilet. Formal sentencing is scheduled for October 22.
The official investigation into Lusardi’s counterfeit chip operation revealed that he was also involved in an international bootleg DVD counterfeiting scheme in his home state of North Carolina. Once discovered, the US District Court in New Jersey sent him back home to face the DVD bootlegging charges. US District Judge James Fox had already sentenced him to sixty months of prison plus almost $1.14 million U.S. in restitution of the copyright infringement charges prior to the Atlantic City grand jury indictment for the counterfeit poker chips earlier this year.
Rivers Casino found liable in sexual harassment suit
Kim Morrison World Casino News
A Pittsburgh Rivers Casino cocktail waitress was awarded more than $1 million by a federal jury when it found the casino liable for violating its own zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy.
After Wednesday’s verdict, cocktail waitress Allyson Pelesky was awarded $150,000, and after deliberating further an additional $999,000 was awarded in punitive damages on Thursday.
According to Pelesky, after a player at the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania casino sexually harassed her in April by putting a $1 chip in her bra and touching her breast while she was working, all she wanted was the casino to ban the high-roller from the establishment.
Pelesky said, “From the very beginning, all I asked was that this man did not come back to the casino. I didn’t want to have to see him every day,” and added “Whether you’re a waitress or a manager, it doesn’t matter. We just deserve respect wherever.” According to Pelesky, since the incident she has been ridiculed by co-workers.
The incident was investigated by the state police, but the waitress chose not to press charges after the casino banned the customer accused of assaulting her, but the casino rescinded the lifetime ban 40 days later.
According to Tim Barry, Pelesky’s attorney, evidence presented supported the jury’s ruling. The casino does not agree with the ruling and said “we will be considering our options.”
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The pompous " spending review” sets out a saving of 4.2 billion in 2012 to avoid increasing the sales tax by 2 points in October. Rather than call it "spending review”, with the usual bad practice of using English words to seem important, something that is typical of provincials, they should call it “taking us for a ride”. In fact, not much is needed to make cuts. It’s possible to save seven billion a year by levelling out the pensions to a monthly maximum of 3,000 euro, by clawing back the 98 billion of unpaid taxes from the slot machines companies, a billion by not paying out public financing to the parties, 400 million a year by cutting direct and indirect contributions to the newspapers, 600 million a year with the return of our soldiers from Afghanistan, 10 billion by not purchasing the F35 bomber planes, a few billion with the elimination of the provinces, about a hundred million a year of savings on the Quirinale Palace that costs four times as much as Buckingham Palace, 22 billion by doing without the useless TAV in the Val di Susa, 3/4 billion a year with the return of the State motorway concessions whose profits are going to private companies like Benetton. Other points like these were in the blog survey carried out a few months ago: “The citizens’ austerity package item by item” I’m omitting official blue cars, two-jobs-at-the-same-time, the elimination of parliamentary annuities, 60% reductions in the salaries of deputies, senators and regional councillors, body guards, a maximum of 200,000 euro for directors of state companies, etc.