Tighter regulations for clubs with jackpot machines to guard against problem gambling

Clubs with jackpot machines will soon face tighter regulations as part of moves to protect patrons from the harms of gambling, said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday (July 20). The new measures, to be rolled out over the next two years, include more stringent criteria for jackpot machine permits, tighter quotas for the machines, and restricting access to rooms where they are housed.

Singapore Island Country Club raises $1.4million at their 46th May Day Charity Drive

The annual SICC May Day Charity on 1 May 2017 saw more than 700 golfers tee off from the Club’s golf courses, competing for the exciting Hole-In-One car and cash prizes. The full-day event ended off with a fund-raiser gala dinner graced by President Dr Tony Tan, who has been the Patron of the May Day … Continue reading Singapore Island Country Club raises $1.4million at their 46th May Day Charity Drive