This whakatauākī tells us that during difficult times in our lives it is important to return home to our loved ones, those who care about us and can help us to heal.
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You may not wish to receive counselling for your gambling behaviour, but simply wish to ‘ban yourself’ from gambling venues you no longer want to spend time at.
We can help you with this process
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It's National Volunteer Week. This year's theme is Te Hua o te Mahi Tahi - the benefit of working together.National Volunteer Week starts this Sunday 21 June ❤️
This year’s theme is ‘Te Hua o te Mahi Tahi I The benefit of working together’.
Join us this National Volunteer Week (21-27 June) to celebrate the collective contribution of all volunteers who enrich Aotearoa, New Zealand. They grow our people, open minds, open hearts and create joy!
Learn more: nationalvolunteerweek.nz
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Awesome Brother Sonny Kotuhi
This whakataukī talks to those that are having a bad day or are going through difficult times to keep their spirits up because better days are to come 🌅🌱🌿 ... See MoreSee Less
Everyone knows about alcohol host responsibility, but did you know that pokie venues have a legal duty to reduce harm from gambling too? This means:
👉🏽 Approaching players showing signs of gambling harm
👉🏽 Providing information to players about gambling harm and how to access gambling harm services like us
👉🏽 Excluding players who are showing signs of gambling harm for up to two years
Venue staff should be checking their gaming rooms and players regularly making sure everybody is OK, and that nobody is spending an unhealthy amount of time or money on gambling.
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