Campaign updates - Alliance for Gambling Reform

Campaign updates

The fight of a generation

Two months ago the Alliance was blown away when the Victorian Government called a Royal Commission into Crown Casino - something our Chief Advocate, Tim Costello has been calling on for decades. Since then we have been fighting for a thorough and inclusive investigation into Crown. Continue reading

The name has changed but the fight goes on

In January, we engaged our community of people with lived experience of gambling harm to gather their views on our advocacy program formerly known as ‘Champions for Change’. Continue reading

Cashless gambling is not the only reform needed

The Alliance met with a small (COVID safe) group of supporters on Tuesday, March 16, at NSW Parliament House, to continue our pressure campaign on all MPs to support genuine reform of the gambling industry in this state.  Continue reading

Women continue to lead change

This week we celebrate International Women’s Day. We also mark 100 years since the first woman was elected to any Australian Parliament. Continue reading

Old friends & new beginnings

It is with great sadness that we farewell Alliance Founding Executive Director Tony Mohr this week. After six years Tony has decided to move on, handing the baton to the next CEO to take the Alliance on the next leg of its journey. Continue reading

We won! Crown finally being held to account

After years of the Alliance calling for real investigations into the gambling industry, yesterday the Victorian Government finally announced a Royal Commission into Crown Casino.  Continue reading

A gambling card is the solution

Does $16.6billion sound a lot? It's the estimate of money laundered in NSW in 2017/2018. Some NSW MPs want the government to act fast to stop this. Continue reading

Bombshell: Crown unfit hold a NSW licence

Today, a report into the dodgy dealings of Australia’s most notorious casino was tabled in the NSW parliament, and the evidence was damning. Continue reading

Stop money laundering & gambling harm in one step

What do money laundering and gambling reform have in common? Poker machines. Continue reading

Vegas at Waverley Gardens. The signs, the lights, the easy access

As we begin our journey to a 'new normal', those hurt by gambling are rightly asking why poker machines are still allowed within Victorian shopping centres? Continue reading