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A list of recent articles featured across news media.

  • 7 News
    ‘Pretty damn good’: Gambling reform advocates respond to NSW premier’s pokie plan
    By Luke Costin
  • ABC Online
    What’s the future for gambling reform?
    By Katharine Gregory
  • The Sydney Morning Herald
    ‘Not going to be threatened’: Perrottet stares down Clubs NSW scare campaign
    By Natassia Chrysanthos and Tom Rabe
  • Daily Mail
    Daily pokies losses in NSW hit $23.7million
    By AAP Newswire
    Gambling reform: Treasurer attacks NSW Labor’s cashless gaming trial
    By Jessica Wang
  • Guardian Australia
    NSW Labor’s moves on poker machine reform renew pressure on Dominic Perrottet, experts say
    By Michael McGowan
  • ABC Online
    Religious leaders share messages of hope, sympathy of Ukraine, support for Voice to Parliament, after ‘darkest’ year
    By Maryanne Taouk
  • ABC Online
    NSW Labor edges closer to joining Perrottet’s push for pokie reform
    By Paige Cockburn
  • Eternity News
    Poker machine reform: Why Christians should care.
    From two church ministers leading the charge.
    by Rebecca Abbott
  • Sydney Morning Herald
    Heritage-listed homeless shelter gets $12m facelift.
    Wesley Mission’s 174-year-old heritage-listed crisis accommodation centre.
    by Anna Patty
  • The Pastor’s Heart
    We’ve failed the Great Commission and lost the Gospel
    Deep-end interviews with Aussie Pastors.
  • Eternity News
    The Uniting Church should release property to church planters, says new head of Wesley Mission.
    By John Sandeman
  • Guardian Australia
    NSW moves towards new voluntary gambling cards despite warnings a mandatory scheme is needed
    By Michael McGowan

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