Alliance for Gambling Reform lobbying hard in a state where people lost $2.7bn to pokies in 2017-18 financial year

Local policy-makers call it The Corridor – a 10km diagonal swathe of some of the most disadvantaged areas of Melbourne that starts in Kings Park, goes through St Albans, through to Albion, and ends in Sunshine, where median incomes are about $230 per week below the Victorian average.

Councillors say they see kids going without breakfast, books and uniforms there.

Continue reading…

Read More Pokies become Victorian election issue, but do the major parties care?

Facebook Comments