Two vital Euro 2020 qualifiers see mixed fortunes for home nations as Wales and Ireland both bring the Group Stage to a close.
Ireland's government unveils modest tax break for small bookmakers in 2020 budget, while racing sector must do with the same bailout it got last year.
Ireland keeps pissing off its bookies and then taking steps to appease them. This time, taxes are the hot topic.
Ireland's bookmakers push back against a proposed amendment to the nation's gambling bill that would ban betting on lottery outcomes.
The Mansion Group have obtained their Irish betting licence for their sportsbook, MansionBet.
David Stanton spoke with the Justice Committee on his progress towards building a regulatory body, and he didn’t want to deal with many of the problems he will be facing.
Ireland's government approves formation of a new gambling regulatory body, but it might not start work for another 18 months.
Ireland's latest gambling prevalence survey shows teenagers have little difficulty accessing land-based gambling products but no such luck online.
The GCB remains stuck in the mud as lawmakers are still unable to reach a consensus on how to regulate the gambling industry in the country.
A 'mystery shopper' test of Irish National Lottery retailers found that 37% of them agreed to sell scratch cards to customers as young as 15.