Edition #10: Working together to prevent harm
John Egan, a leader in the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS), talks about how connection to family and to the land are vital in addressing health problems, including addiction, among Aboriginal people.
By staying open late and offering interesting activities in a warm, safe and welcoming environment, a group of libraries in Melbourne’s north is seeking to turn a common tale of gambling harm on its head.
After leaving your homeland in traumatic circumstances, the stresses of settling in a new country can be acute. Gambling may seem a way to fit in and offer escape from grief. The Serbian Community Association of Australia is helping people understand the risks.
Self-confessed fantasy football obsessive Tony Wilson laments the gamblification of his favourite pastime, and asks what effect it will have on all the kids with dream teams.