1. Online gambling and should we be worried? Interview with Dr Matt Stevens

    Online gambling and should we be worried? Interview with Dr Matt Stevens

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    Dr Matt Stevens talks to Mel Little about how the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the potential for online gambling to be cause for concern amongst public health researchers around Australia.

  2. Researchers call for stronger regulation of online gambling industry in the NT

    Researchers call for stronger regulation of online gambling industry in the NT

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    Dear Minister Fyles - Please see the attached letter from a group of public health researchers concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on patterns of gambling, and in particular, online gambling.

  3. Demands Grow to Shut Down Pokies

    Demands Grow to Shut Down Pokies

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    Pressure is building for poker machine venues to be closed. A number of public health and gambling experts made the call almost a week ago and yet slot machine venues remain open across Tasmania.

  4. A fresh push to come to grips with online gambling

    A fresh push to come to grips with online gambling

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    Gambling Research Australia (GRA) is funding a team of eminent Australian and international researchers to identify the latest trends in online/interactive gambling, particularly sports and race betting participation, in the context of broader trends in gambling behaviour.

  5. Campus Morning Mail | The Alcohol and Drug Foundation 2019 research award goes to Menzies School of Health Research

    Campus Morning Mail | The Alcohol and Drug Foundation 2019 research award goes to Menzies School of Health Research

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    The Alcohol and Drug Foundation 2019 research award goes to the Alcohol, Other Drugs and Gambling Team at the Menzies School of Health Research, in Darwin

  6. MENZIES SCHOOL OF HEALTH RESEARCH RECOGNISED WITH NATIONAL AWARD

    MENZIES SCHOOL OF HEALTH RESEARCH RECOGNISED WITH NATIONAL AWARD

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    Menzies School of Health Research, has won the Research Award at the 2019 National Alcohol and Other Drugs Excellence and Innovation Awards in Melbourne.

  7. Gambling survey will measure gambling patterns and harms in the NT

    Gambling survey will measure gambling patterns and harms in the NT

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    Menzies and Roy Morgan Research will conduct a survey on behalf of the NT Government to research patterns of gambling, problem gambling risk, harms from gambling and the health and wellbeing of Territorians.

  8. Gambling study examines 'incredibly social' card games played in Indigenous communities

    Gambling study examines 'incredibly social' card games played in Indigenous communities

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    ANU's Centre for Gambling is leading the three-year project, which has made its initial findings, in partnership with Amity Community Services and the Menzies School of Health Research.

  9. NT Gambling Project - The Tiwi News | Issue #35

    NT Gambling Project - The Tiwi News | Issue #35

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    The NT Gambling Project has satrted in Wurrumiyanga on the Tiwi Islands.

  10. NT Government - Gambling Prevalence Survey Released

    NT Government - Gambling Prevalence Survey Released

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    A study from the Menzies School of Health Research, released by the Territory Government, shows gambling participation declined significantly.

  11. NT News editorial on Menzies gambling report

    NT News editorial on Menzies gambling report

    NT Government release Menzies report into gambling rates

  12. Researcher brings Indigenous gambling and smoking into focus with funding boost

    Researcher brings Indigenous gambling and smoking into focus with funding boost

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    The hundreds of communities nationwide that suffer the detrimental social and health effects of gambling and smoking will benefit from new research out of Menzies.

  13. CAAMA News: Gambling causing harm to Aboriginal Children’s Health

    CAAMA News: Gambling causing harm to Aboriginal Children’s Health

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    A study by the Menzies School of Health Research has confirmed that gambling problems in remote Aboriginal Communities are associated with poorer health outcomes for children.

  14. Gambling causing harm to Indigenous children's health

    Gambling causing harm to Indigenous children's health

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    A study by the Menzies School of Health Research has confirmed that gambling problems in remote Indigenous communities are associated with poorer health outcomes for children.