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  • The design elements of this house are stunning

    first_img93 Tweed Coast Rd, Cabarita is on the market for $3.795 million.IF ever a property was built to make the most of its surrounds, this sprawling five-level home perched on Cabarita Headland is it.Its elevated position provides 360 degree views of the beach, ocean and Hinterland from a glass gatehouse entry, through to geometric cut-out elements.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe home is palatial. The pool can be viewed underwater from the billiards room.The residence also has a rooftop entertaining terrace with views to Byron Bay and Coolangatta. Floor-to-ceiling glass showcases the stunning view.The parents’ retreat spans an entire level of this palatial oceanfront property, sharing the space with a private gym, balcony and lounge. Outside, the sparkling pool can be viewed either underwater from the billiards room, or from the alfresco dining area and spa and sunlounging terrace. last_img read more

  • Civil union splits match divorce rate

    first_imgNZ Herald 4 May 2012Civil unions have proved to be almost as durable as traditional marriages in the first seven years since the legal status was introduced. Statistics New Zealand figures provided to the Herald show that 4.4 per cent of civil unions registered in New Zealand from 2005 to the end of 2009 were dissolved by the end of last year, compared with 3.8 per cent of marriages in the same period. The actual numbers – 82 civil unions dissolved out of 1876 – were so small that Statistics NZ demographer Anne Howard said any differences with the rate of marriage breakdown were unreliable…..Massey University Associate Professor Mark Henrickson, who leads a research project on New Zealand’s gay, lesbian and bisexual communities, said the figures were no surprise. “The percentages look close enough to say I don’t think there is a difference between the civil union and marriage populations, which is not terribly surprising if people go to the effort [to formalise their relationships],” he said. Family First lobbyist Bob McCoskrie, who opposed legalising civil unions in 2005, (wrong – Family First established in 2006!) agreed. “Humans are humans and conflict happens no matter what the sexuality of the relationship,” he said. Figures released yesterday show that 377 couples entered civil unions last year – 168 female couples, 133 male couples and 76 heterosexual couples. Discounting couples who were living overseas, civil unions have held steady for the past five years at between 1.3 per cent and 1.5 per cent of all marriages and civil unions of New Zealand residents. Same-sex civil unions represented only 0.9 per cent to 1.2 per cent of all marriages and civil unions, lower than the 3.9 per cent of young males and 4.7 per cent of females who said they were attracted to the same or both sexes in a survey of 9100 secondary school students in 2007.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=10803393Same-sex marriage can last, say wivesNZ Herald 4 May 2012Grey Lynn couple Diana Rands and Anna Birkenhead are pleased to find that same-sex civil unions can last – but they also feel there is a social expectation that they will break up…. But they also see some reasons why same-sex unions may not last, especially for men. “It’s different for gay men. They tend to be less monogamous. Most of the boy couples we know have gentlemen’s agreements that they can have casual sex, with strict rules,” Ms Rands says.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=10803395last_img read more

  • The young women addicted to porn

    first_imgDaily Mail 9 June 2017Family First Comment: Disturbing research…“Professor Dines, author of Pornland, says: ‘If girls watch it from a young age, their whole concept of what constitutes a normal sexual relationship shifts. It grooms girls into accepting male sexual mistreatment as normal. “The result is that women don’t become more sexual or liberated. They get more open to porn sex in which they don’t get any pleasure in return. It becomes all about pleasing the man. For girls and young women, this can create an emotional hangover. There are fewer relationships, and more “hook-up sex” leaving them more prone to anxiety and depression.’ “ it seems women experience the same pattern of exposure and addiction to hard-core images as men, according to Gary Wilson, author of Your Brain On Porn. ‘The key thing is that both male and female reward systems can be activated by porn.‘Since sexual arousal releases the highest levels of (feel-good chemicals) dopamine and opioids — the potential for sexual conditioning, or even porn addiction, is possible for both sexes.’ And it’s increasingly being recognised that women may have a higher risk than men of addiction.This is because, as women who have shared their experiences with Wilson have pointed out, they don’t need as long a recovery period after climaxing as men. As a result, women have reported going on ‘porn binges’.But while some therapists hear young women say the violence of porn makes them too afraid to have sex, others like Emma found the constant exposure made her feel highly sexed.‘I had lost my virginity to a boyfriend before university but after I started watching a lot more porn it was all about hook-up sex and one-night stands. Sex became like starring in my own porn film in my mind and I thought I knew exactly what to do.’However, what at first seemed liberating, started to feel soulless, says Emma. ‘The men loved that I was up for all the things they’d seen too. For me, after a year or so, the novelty wore off.‘I realised that here I was, an educated young woman, volunteering to behave for free like porn stars who were paid, or forced, to pretend they were enjoying it.’Indeed, the main difference in the way men and women use porn seems to be how women feel afterwards.According to social worker and church pastor Karin Cooke, who has spoken to young women like Emma for her book, Dangerous Honesty: Stories Of Women Who Have Escaped The Destructive Power Of Pornography, many feel desperate because they think they are struggling with porn alone.Sociology professor Gail Dines, of Boston’s Wheelock College, says that the more porn girls watch, the more coercion becomes a feature of their relationships. Professor Dines, author of Pornland, says: ‘If girls watch it from a young age, their whole concept of what constitutes a normal sexual relationship shifts. It grooms girls into accepting male sexual mistreatment as normal.“The result is that women don’t become more sexual or liberated. They get more open to porn sex in which they don’t get any pleasure in return. It becomes all about pleasing the man.For girls and young women, this can create an emotional hangover. There are fewer relationships, and more “hook-up sex” leaving them more prone to anxiety and depression.’ Indeed, according to one NSPCC survey, led by researchers at the Universities of Bristol and Central Lancashire, as many as 40 per cent of 13 to 17-year-old girls in England said they’ve felt pressured into a sexual activity.READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4582216/The-young-women-addicted-porn.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

  • Bacolod SP to Baciwa: Explain high bills

    first_img“Consumers are advised to settle their March, April, and May bills through partial payments, in any of the collecting agents until Aug. 15,” it added./PN According to Baciwa, they are making the corrections in the billings and the corresponding adjustments will be reflected in the July bills. “On June reading has been estimated to have a 100 percent increase from the average water consumption reading,” he said. Gamboa pointed out that Baciwa is a government owned and controlled corporation created by law with the task to provide clean and potable water to Bacolod City constituents and the same is imbued with public interest.Gamboa also earlier authored a resolution requesting the management of Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco) to explain the increase in charges and rates during the quarantine period. Councilor Wilson Gamboa Jr., author of the resolution, cited that Baciwa’s April and May water billing where all based on a computed average water consumption reading.center_img BACOLOD City – Amid mounting consumer complaints, the Sangguniang Panlungsod here has ordered Bacolod City Water District (Baciwa) to explain the “hefty increase” in the water bills of their consumers for the past three months.This move came after the SP passed a resolution during its regular session on Wednesday. On June 30, Baciwa released an advisory apologizing to the consuming public for the erroneous billings issued for the month of June. “The errors were brought about by the adjustments made in the billing system, during the enhanced community quarantine,” Baciwa said.last_img read more

  • Traffic stop leads to multiple drug related charges

    first_imgBrookville, IN—Friday night, officers with the Brookville Police Department were conducting traffic enforcement on Main Street. Officers located a silver Buick passenger vehicle being operated by Willie Foster of Cleves, Ohio. Officers pulled the car over due to a traffic violation.  During the traffic stop,  officers identified two passengers as Bobby Marsh of Cincinnati and a 12-year-old juvenile. As the investigation progressed, officers located a crystalline substance believed to be methamphetamine as well as marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and controlled substances. Foster and Marsh were immediately arrested and lodged into the Franklin County Security Center in lieu of bond. The Department of Child Services assisted at the scene and the juvenile was placed with a family member.Foster was charged with allegations of Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Paraphernalia. Marsh was charged with an allegation of Possession of a Controlled Substance.last_img read more

  • Windies Women flattened for 48

    first_imgLEICESTER, England, (CMC) – West Indies Women were bundled out for their second lowest-ever total in One-Day Internationals as their already troubled World Cup campaign took a turn for the worst with a demoralising 10-wicket defeat to South Africa Women here Sunday.Asked to bat first at Grace Road, the Windies capitulated to 48 all out off just 25.2 overs – the sixth lowest total in a Women’s World Cup and the lowest in 20 years.Chedean Nation, batting at number four, was the only player to reach double figures with 26 as the Caribbean side’s long batting line-up inexplicably fell apart in ideal conditions.Leg-spinner Dane van Niekerk (4-0) and new ball seamer Marizanne Kapp (4-14) wrecked the innings with four wickets apiece while fast bowler Shabnim Ismail ended with two for 16.In reply, Lizelle Lee stroked a cameo unbeaten 29 from just 16 balls as South Africa coasted to their target off a mere 38 deliveries, to post their second win and remain unbeaten from their three matches.In contrast, West Indies have now lost all three games and are winless on tour after also losing all five of their warm-up fixtures.The defeat was their second to the Proteas in 10 days following a similar meltdown in their official warm-up in Oakham when they were knocked over for 63.Any hopes of making amends for that performance were quickly dashed as Kapp and Ismail produced a telling burst with the new ball to rip the heart out of the West Indies batting and leave the innings in strife at 16 for five in the eighth over.Hayley Matthews, the most consistent Windies batsman so far, perished for four in the third over when she played back to one from Ismail that nipped back off the seam and was lbw with just four runs on the board.Captain Stafanie Taylor lasted just 10 balls for her four before spectacularly losing her off-stump in the fifth over to one from Ismail that also came back.Kapp then turned the game on its head with three wickets in her fourth over, the eighth of the innings, when she sent back debutant opener Reniece Boyce (4), Kyshona Knight (0) and Deandra Dottin (0) in quick succession.The right-handed Boyce chipped a return catch to Kapp off the first ball over the over before Knight missed a straightish one on leg-stump and was lbw first ball.Dottin then played all around a full length delivery, the fifth of the over, and had her leg-stump uprooted.At this stage, West Indies were staring at an historic low but Nation and former skipper Merissa Aguilleira put on 22 for the sixth wicket to steer their side clear of that unwanted record.Nation faced 53 balls and struck five fours – most of them streaky shots behind the wicket – while Aguilleira spent 38 balls over her three.The partnership ended in the 20th over when Aguilleira missed an ill-advised sweep at van Niekerk and was bowled leg-stump and new batsman Shanel Daley followed without scoring in the leg-spinner’s next over, top-edging a sweep to short backward square.Tottering on 42 for seven, there was no resistance from the Windies tail as Afy Fletcher was trapped on her crease and bowled by Kapp without scoring, Nation gifted her wicket by clipping a simple catch to short mid-wicket off van Niekerk before debutant Qiana Joseph was trapped lbw to van Niekerk also without bothering the scorers.The Windies malaise extended into their fielding effort as Taylor then put down Lee at square leg and Anisa Mohammed let off Laura Wolvaardt (19 not out) at first slip off successive deliveries from Dottin in the third over.Lee went on to stroke six fours in her knock while Wolvaardt counted three – the last of which was a delightful cover-drive off Dottin which took South Africa to victory.West Indies will take on New Zealand on Thursday in Taunton.last_img read more

  • Brown, Smith carry Badgers to victory

    first_imgGo-to guysQuarterbacks are often lauded for spreading the ball outamong receivers, thus making the passing game harder to defend.While he had success throwing the ball (245 yards and onetouchdown), Donovan won’t be receiving that type of praise following Saturday’sgame.Donovan completed 14 passes against Michigan, but only tothree different receivers. Moreover, 13 of those 14 completions went to eithertight end Travis Beckum or wide receiver Paul Hubbard.Consequently, both players had huge games, each registeringmore than 100 yards receiving (Hubbard, 134 yards and one touchdown; Beckum,106 yards).”Those are two guys that are playmakers, guys that takeadvantage of their opportunities,” Donovan said. “When the ball comes theirway, they are going to make the most of it.”It’s a good feeling when you have those types of receivers.” JEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoP.J. Hill didn’t start the game at running back forWisconsin, and only gained 14 yards on five carries. The Badgers ground game didn’t miss him too much.Using a number of different options out of the backfield, Wisconsingrounded out 232 yards rushing in a 37-21 win over Michigan.”Zach Brown continues to make strides, Lance (Smith) isdoing some good things, P.J. … needed to get his opportunities as well,” UWhead coach Bret Bielema said of his many running backs.Brown led the way for the Badgers. A week after making hisfirst career start against top-ranked Ohio State, Brown got another startingnod against No. 13 Michigan and responded by rushing 27 times for 108 yards andtwo touchdowns.”I think I showed a statement that I can finish,” Brownsaid. “If we need a big play, I can come through.”Brown got stronger as the game wore on, and the Badgersleaned on him heavily in the second half as they tried to finish off the win.In the fourth quarter alone, Brown rushed 11 times for 55 yards, and his twolate-game scores helped ice the victory for the Badgers.”That comes with just getting a feel for the game,” Brownsaid of his late-game surge. “You run a play one time, you see a look, you comeback a second time you know what to do. … It’s all about adjusting, and that’swhat comes with getting in a rhythm in a game.”Brown was one of three Wisconsin players to finish the gamewith 49 or more yards rushing, and one of seven different Badgers to register acarry in the contest.Lance Smith ran 10 times for 52 yards and had several nicecuts and jukes, and quarterback Tyler Donovan escaped pressure in spectacularfashion on several occasions and finished with 49 yards and a touchdown. Donovan fineAll season long, Donovan stood in the pocket and absorbedbig hit after big hit while somehow staying healthy.That changed Saturday when Donovan hit his hand on Michiganlinebacker Obi Ezeh’s helmet on his follow through and lay on the fieldwrithing in pain and clutching his right hand to his chest.The senior signal caller was forced to leave the game andwas replaced by backup quarterback Allan Evridge.”It just got banged up; I’ll be ready to go on Monday,”Donovan said.Donovan left the field with ice on his right hand, and afterthe game the back of his throwing hand was swollen, bruised and scraped up.Despite that, Bielema said Donovan could have returned if itwas necessary.”Tyler took some snaps, could have finished out the game,”Bielema said, adding the quarterback was held out as a precaution.”It’sBig Ten football. You’re going to get dings and get your hits and stuff, butyou’ve just got to find a way to get up and persevere,” Donovan said.last_img read more

  • Young Wisconsin squad, head coach Paula Wilkins have high expectations for 2009

    first_imgIf the Badgers’ schedule is any indication, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team expects big things in the 2009 season.Wisconsin opened its season Aug. 21 against third-ranked and 2008 NCAA runner-up Notre Dame. Despite a 3-0 loss, the Badgers played well early, holding the Fighting Irish scoreless through the first half of play.“Facing Notre Dame was a great way to be introduced to the season,” head coach Paula Wilkins said. “Holding them until halftime and then giving up three goals that all could have been changed in different ways. … They say defense wins championships, so we want to keep building on that.”The Badgers finish out their nonconference slate over the next three weeks with six games against Northern Illinois, Tennessee, North Dakota State, DePaul, No. 22 Santa Clara and 2008 College Cup participant No. 2 Stanford. Six of UW’s opponents were ranked in the NSCAA preseason top 25.And with the lack of a postseason Big Ten Tournament this season, the Badgers’ have just two main goals.“I’m hoping we get in the top half of the Big Ten, and I hope we earn an NCAA berth,” junior defender Taryn Francel said. “That is a huge goal of ours and, if we make it, that would be amazing.”Following the season-opening loss at Notre Dame, Wisconsin has bounced back with a pair of strong double overtime performances at home with a 0-0 tie against UW-Milwaukee on Aug. 24 and a 1-0 victory Friday night over UW-Green Bay.Wisconsin’s defense was impressive in both games, and it is something that appears to be one of the Badgers’ strongest points this season. UW has more experience defensively than anywhere else on the field with senior Whitney Owusu and juniors Birdie Leibham and Francel leading the way.Behind those three will be a sophomore goaltender, either Michelle Dalton, who started against Notre Dame and UW-Milwaukee, or Lauren Gunderson, who got the start against UW-Green Bay.“Lauren’s been training very well and so has Michelle, so it’s going to be a very good competition,” Wilkins said. “I am very confident with both of them. I think both of them have established themselves as goalkeepers that the team trusts. They communicate well, they have a good presence and they both have done well to get shutouts.”Offensively, the Badgers return 2008 team MVP and leading scorer Laurie Nosbusch as well as fellow Big Ten All-Freshman Team honoree Erin Jacobsen, who combined to tally 11 goals and 11 assists for 33 points last season.However, Nosbusch will need to step into a bigger leadership role this season with the departure of 2008 co-captain Taylor Walsh. With the way she carries herself both on and off the field, Nosbusch appears ready to take on such a position despite being in just her second season.“I feel like after my freshman year, I’ve had a lot of experiences that kind of gave me some insight into the team,” Nosbusch said. “I learned a lot from other leaders on the team, and I think that on the field I can help the team get better. If I can get a goal and make them believe in ourselves, then it’s going to be great.”Nosbusch is not the only young player set to take a major role for the team in 2009. So far, the Badgers have started at least three freshmen in each game alongside several sophomores.Among the freshmen to have started are Alev Kelter, Monica Lam-Feist, Paige Adams and Lindsey Johnson. And with 13 freshman and nine sophomores to just six juniors and two seniors, the Badgers will need their underclassmen to contribute to be successful.“I expect them to keep getting better,” Wilkins said. “Being put into college soccer this fast is always a difficult thing, but I just expect them to get better each practice and each game and learn. What’s amazing is they sometimes actually get better during the game.”Wisconsin will need them to get better before it begins Big Ten play Sept. 25 against the Purdue Boilermakers if the Badgers expect to finish in the top half of the conference. The Big Ten features three teams in the top 25: No. 12 Penn State, No. 17 Illinois and No. 19 Minnesota.The Badgers are fortunate to play two of the three at home — Minnesota on Oct. 1 and Penn State on Oct. 18 –while having to travel to Champaign to face the Fighting Illini on Oct. 11.And while Wisconsin will face a tough opponent in Stanford on Sept. 20, the games against the Gophers, Nittany Lions and Fighting Illini will be the true tests of whether the Badgers are going to finish seventh — where they were picked to finish in the preseason coaches’ poll — or even higher in the conference.Nonetheless, the Badgers are confident in their ability to improve from a 9-9-1 record last season.“I have high expectations for the team, much higher than last year,” Francel said. “I expect to have a winning record. We just need to work on finishing, and I think I see a bright season. I think we have more depth than last year, which will help us tremendously.”last_img read more

  • Tuition hike near average among peer institutions

    first_imgWhen the USC administration raised next year’s tuition by $2,006, Emily Wan heard all the reasons for this change. Wan, a sophomore majoring in neuroscience, understood that the University needed to pay for increased student services and fund a large financial aid pool, all explanations Provost Michael Quick gave in a press release on March 1. But for Wan, the increase still caused financial difficulties.“There is a large portion of us who do not receive financial aid,” Wan said. “Of that large portion, a lot of us do not have the means of paying for it all [tuition]. A lot of us are not rich enough, wealthy enough to pay for the entire amount.”Although USC’s tuition increases are at a five-year average low, the anticipated 3.9 percent increase for the 2017-2018 school year is slightly higher than the average increases of 22 comparable universities across the nation. A Daily Trojan survey found that for the upcoming school year, the average increase in tuition at the universities will be 3.70 percent.These data indicate that USC’s increase is not unusual among its peer universities, and as a statement from the University pointed out, tuition only covers 78 percent of undergraduate education costs. But despite the use of this increase to fund student and academic services, in addition to instruction expenses, many students are still hit hard by higher costs and a lack of aid.Funding financial aidData from college websites Jenny Chung and Steven Kramer | Daily TrojanAccording to the College Board’s Annual Survey of Colleges, published in-state tuition and fees between 2006 and 2017 at public four-year institutions increased at an average rate of 3.5 percent per year beyond inflation. During the same time period, average published tuition and fees at private nonprofit four-year colleges rose by an average of 2.4 percent per year. USC’s increase is higher than the College Board’s findings and the average of the 22 universities surveyed. According to the University, this increase is due to rising costs for technology, salaries and academic services. “Along with most universities, our costs related to educating students increase every year,” the University said in a statement sent to the Daily Trojan on April 20. “Among those costs are instruction expenses — including faculty salaries and benefits — student services, and academic support. And even with the increases, undergraduate student tuition still does not cover the full costs of education.”In the March 1 press release, Quick stated that USC also hopes to mitigate costs for students through a large financial aid pool. The Financial Aid Office could not be reached to confirm whether increasing financial aid opportunities was the direct reason for the tuition hike. But although USC spent $528 million on financial aid in the last year, and over half of all students receive some form of financial assistance, many students still struggle to pay their expected family contribution every year. Struggling studentsSome students have even been forced to consider dropping out of school or taking a break from college because of USC’s steep price tag. That’s exactly what sophomore architecture major Steven Montoya had to do last semester after his family members realized they could not afford what the University expected them to pay. “After the financial aid package had been applied for my first year, I only had to pay about $2,000, but it turns out that amount is very hard to deal with for my family,” Montoya said. “It came to a point where having to pay that amount was too difficult, so I had to declare a leave of absence last semester.” Montoya declared the leave of absence as a last-resort option.“I didn’t [appeal the financial aid award] because I felt like I had done everything I could to help mitigate the costs,” Montoya said. “I feel like if I had asked them again, they would probably say something under the lines of, ‘You should consider private loans,’ which I definitely don’t want to do because of the interest rates being higher and because they don’t have the flexibility of paying them back like the federal loans do.” Montoya, who is switching from the five-year architecture program at USC to the four-year program, hopes that next year’s tuition increase does not put him in the position where he must take another leave of absence and further postpone his graduation. “With this recent financial aid increase, I guess it’s going to be a little harder for me,” Montoya said. “I really don’t want to have to  [take a leave of absence] again. It interrupts your whole academic path. Even though I am switching over to the four-year program, I know I am still going to graduate with the rest of the five-years. You have a certain pathway you’re going down, and with that leave of absence, you’re just like side-winded.” The absence of aidEven though Wan is in a different financial position than Montoya, she is also concerned about USC’s tuition increase for the 2017-2018 school year, because she has taken out loans to pay for her education. “I do not receive any financial aid from the school, nor do I receive any federal work-study or anything of the sort,” Wan said. “So the only money that I’m getting is loans that I’ve applied for and gotten and will be paying off for many years. Just because I do not receive any financial aid does not mean I can afford to pay the entirety of the tuition.” Wan represents the portion of students at USC who are not affected by the University’s goal of mitigating tuition costs with financial aid.“I am taking out a lot of loans, and by Nikias or the administration raising the tuition prices, they are basically just forcing me to pay more,” Wan said. Although Montoya and Wan are in different financial situations, they both agree that the University’s financial aid system can do more for students and their families. “The best thing for [financial aid] to do is to really be very sensitive to what families are going through,” Montoya said. “Every family, when they apply for financial aid, [is] going through hardships sometimes. You know, not everyone has the same income levels or the same degree of privilege.” Natalie Balladarsch contributed to this report.last_img read more

  • Intralot accelerates Nederlandse Loterij retail transformation

    first_img TOTO offers ‘sleeve support’ for distressed Eredivisie clubs  July 29, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Intralot strengthens U*BET offering with virtual sports addition August 6, 2020 SG ramps up digital expansion with Nederlandse Loterij deal August 24, 2020 Intralot has confirmed that its subsidiary in The Netherlands has inked a four-year contract with Nederlandse Loterij for the provision of its sports betting platform, Intralot Orion.The agreement, which also includes an extension option of three years, will enable the operations and management of TOTO’s retail sportsbook.“We are excited to continue our long-standing relationship with Nederlandse Loterij and celebrate today with our valued customer the successful inauguration and completion of various projects,” said Stergios Binopoulos, CEO of Intralot Benelux BV.“We have worked together to launch many innovative and engaging products over all these years that have enhanced the Nederlandse Loterij offering throughout the Dutch gaming market and increased the support for the good causes. We can proudly continue along this mutually beneficial path.”Bas van de Bunt, Director Business Transformation and Strategic Projects at Nederlandse Loterij, added: “Nederlandse Loterij is the largest provider of games of chance in The Netherlands. One of our fastest growing brands is TOTO, the only legal provider of sports betting in The Netherlands.“With Intralot Orion we are able to provide a seamless digital sports betting experience in retail, which meets the wishes of our TOTO customers and our retailers.”“This contract extends the successful and nearly 12-year partnership between INTRALOT and the leading operator in Τhe Netherlands,” concluded Intralot Group CEO, Dr. Chris Dimitriadis.“The success of Nederlandse Loterij over the last years has been particularly impressive and we are looking forward to continuing the delivery of our state-of-the-art technology and to contributing to the growth of Nederlandse Loterij and its yearly remittance to Dutch society.” Share Submitlast_img read more