Bendigo electronic gambling machine hauls down as campaigners lament 30 years of 'profound damage'

Tom O'Callaghan
By Tom O'Callaghan
Updated July 17 2022 - 8:14am, first published 4:50am
REFORM CALL: The Alliance for Gambling Reform's chief advocate Tim Costello says the damage 30 years of poker machines have been 'profound'. Picture: SUPPLIED

GREATER Bendigo's electronic gambling machines appear unlikely to reach their record breaking pre-pandemic highs after ending their first full financial year without COVID-19 shutdowns.

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Tom O'Callaghan

Tom O'Callaghan

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