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Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group helps people live it up at our leading portfolio of pubs across Australia. They offer a diverse hospitality experience including electronic gaming, sports bars, bistros, restaurants, cafes, retail liquor, accommodation, ...
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Casino Consoles provides quality poker machine bases and screening for your hotel or club. Examples of our work can be seen at Wetern Suburbs Leagues Clubs Campbelltown and Illawara, Hotel Bondi, Central Hotel in Sydney and Fihelly's Bar Central Hotel ...
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Bumper Action Amusements have a huge range of pinball machines, arcade games, jukeboxes, collectables, neon's, soccer and air hockey tables plus lots of entertainment products. We service and repair all types of arcade equipment.  Products are for ...
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Paladin Bases has over 15 years experience supplying gaming machines and fit outs for the club industry including GPT note validators, link systems, coin and note counting equipment, used gaming machines, in machine LCD monitors, signage, screens, gaming ...
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International Slot Machine Sales specialises in supplying fully refurbished and workshop tested slot machines as well as shipping services to casinos and gaming establishments.
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GTA is a not-for-profit industry association, established in 1990 as the Australasian Gaming Machine Manufacturers Association for the purpose of promoting the development of the manufacturing resources of Australia.
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The bluechip Neo model of poker machines from IGT
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17/08/12 - Now may be the perfect time for pub and club owners in Victoria to invest in poker machines from IGT, following recent changes to gambling licence laws.
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23/04/09 - Hotel operator, Australian Leisure and Hospitality (ALH) Group have again advised shareholders not to act on the takeover bid for the group by the Woolworths-backed Bruandwo syndicate.
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30/03/09 - Children suffering from serious illnesses will benefit after the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Australia and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW, each received $25,000 from the Australasian Gaming Machine Manufacturers Association (AGMMA).

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