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NSW awards $1.5m grant to problem gambling projects

The New South Wales Office of Responsible Gambling has supported local initiatives that focus on problem gambling prevention and harm minimisation by awarding grants  in excess of AU$1.5 million. The ‘Local Prevention Grants Program’ has distributed the funds across 14 different projects which target a diverse population including those with a focus on Aboriginal communities, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, …

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NSW supports additional gambling research with academic grants

The New South Wales (NSW) Office of Responsible Gambling has upped its commitment to gambling research after releasing the details for new academic research grants which will ‘help build capability and capacity in gambling research.’ The funding, which will come from the Australian state’s Responsible Gambling Fund, will help support PhD scholarships, post-doctoral fellowships and study grants. It is hoped …

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NSW invests in new responsible gambling initiatives

The New South Wales (NSW) Office of Responsible Gambling has taken a number of steps into developing new responsible gambling initiatives, after investing AU$1.3m (£715,712) into player protection measures. The initiatives will include a new website, developed by the University of Sydney Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic, which will give punters the chance to self-exclude from gambling venues across the state.  …

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NSW launches ‘lived experience project’ to support responsible gambling strategy

New South Wales’ The Gambling Impact Society (GIS) has launched a new ‘lived experience project,’ which aims to help support communities by providing responsible gambling initiatives to raise awareness of associated harms. Funded by the New South Wales Office of Responsible Gambling, the new initiative will bring first-hand stories from individuals who have experienced such issues, and aims to encourage people across …

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