New play a call to stop harms
$85.7m was lost to pokie machines in the Kingston Municipality in the 2019/20 financial year – that’s more than the council’s capital works budget. Kingston Council has a commissioned a new play called Enough is Enough to tell the stories of those most affected by gambling harm. Playwright Kieran Carroll spoke with Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds about the project.
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