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A Senate Committee is calling on the Federal Government to commit to re-opening a casino on Christmas Island. The tiny Indian Ocean territory is known for its immigration detention centre and decades old phosphate mine. But the committee warns the island is facing an uncertain economic future unless it develops sustainable private industries like tourism. Source: abc.net.au

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