In the Irish casino news we welcome back All Irish Casino which was first launched last year as a great addition to the range of online casinos available to Irish casino players. All Irish casino recognised some technical problems on the administration side and rather than trying to work around the issues which may have caused problems to users the site was taken off line until all the problems had been addressed. All Irish casino also immediately refunded all deposits held in player accounts showing them to be a very honest and straightforward online casino which is why we, at the Irish casino news, welcome them back. All Irish casino operates with NetEnt casino software which has a huge range of casino games many of which are quite different from those that you can find elsewhere and this is particularly true in the casino slots section. It is very rare that there is a new online casino in the Irish casino news that casinos.ie thinks is good enough to be listed on our site but we were impressed with the graphics and game choices when it was first released and the way in which they have subsequently handled their players has simply enhanced their reputation in our eyes so we are adding All Irish Casino to our list immediately. Also in the Irish casino news recently was Ladbrokes releasing 2012 results which showed yet another increase in revenues and a near 50% increase in profits. Unusually Ladbrokes attributed this growth to activity in betting shops rather than online casino and other online gambling although the gaming machines which are available in betting shops in the UK but not in Ireland did contribute to the increase. Ladbrokes is recognised as lagging a little in the expansion of their online business behind rivals such as Paddy Power or William Hill but according to Irish casino news Chief Executive Richard Glynn is addressing the issue.