2 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
This rings true here as well.It was known that pokies were a risk, but the clubs needed to get back to pulling money out of local communities ASAP.
This person was present at the club "between September 26 and October 2 inclusive" - that's 7 days in a row, because these machines are designed to be addictive. A public health concern at every level. Close them NOW. ... See MoreSee Less
Gambling Recovery Service - Hawkes Bay is in Hastings, New Zealand.
1 month ago
Pokies, the silent thieves.....
Work out the Tax the Government takes.
Photos from The Development Hub - People Business Community's post ... See MoreSee Less
Pokies are deliberately deceptive by design. They are harmful to the individuals that play them, and have really negative impacts on families, friends and the community.
Protect yourself by banning yourself!!
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tika tau e te hoa
It's easy to end up spending too much ⏱️ & 💰 with online gambling! But did you know Lotto/TAB and other gambling sites let you set yourself limits? Go to your account settings and check it out!
For more tips on keeping your online gambling safe visit www.choicenotchance.org.nz/understand-gambling/online-gambling ... See MoreSee Less
It’s day four of #MHAWNZ! Today offers another chance to reimagine your wellbeing, and to show ourselves some aroha.
The theme for today is Tinana: Refuel your body / Whakamarohi i tō tinana. Taha tinana is about how your body feels and how you care for it. Refuelling your body helps you to feel mentally well. Sometimes your tinana might not be where you'd like it to be and this might be beyond your control, but what's important is that you do what you can to nurture it.
For today's photo challenge, we want to see how you refuel your body! There are so many different ways we can nourish our tinana, we would love to see yours. Today's winner will receive a prize from Sleep Heavy Weighted Blankets.
For tinana wellbeing tips, head here: mhaw.nz/#Tinana
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