Two umpires have been banned and four others are under investigation for allegedly taking bribes to manipulate scores in tennis matches.
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Thousands of people have become the latest to find they were unlucky when they won the national lottery.
Proposals to introduce Ireland’s first-ever state lottery caused alarm among charity organisations that already ran similar schemes.
Higher prices and reduced chances of winning prizes have proven to be a turn-off for Lotto players as overall sales of all National Lottery games fell by 2.5 per cent last year. The new 47-ball format introduced last September reduced the odds of winning and an increase in the
A loophole that allows gambling websites to offer cut-price bets on the EuroMillions draw, taking money away from good causes, will be closed by the government.
A City trading entrepreneur who funded a lavish lifestyle with the criminal proceeds of insider dealing was handed a record four-year prison sentence yesterday.