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Gambling companies target young male sports fans

New research from Monash University has found that internet gambling companies are increasingly targetting young male sports fans between the ages of 18 and 35 who have disposable incomes. Original article

Game On: Know Alcohol

A Griffith University research project designed to educate young people about alcohol has found that the majority (66%) of 14-16 year olds do not drink alcohol. Original article 

25 Nov 2014

White Ribbon Day – stand up against violence against women

Today is White Ribbon Day. More than 1,000 events are being held across Australia today to to publicise the need to stop violence against women. The White Ribbon website contains many resources to help stop this violence. Original article

25 Nov 2014

NRL players promoting social inclusion in Sydney schools

 Australian Federal Police have approached the NRL to run the social inclusion program ‘In League in Harmony’ at a Sydney high school. Original article

25 Nov 2014

Workplace policy for physical and mental wellbeing

Young and Well CRC have launched their Wellbeing policy: A Young and Well CRC guide to being safe, healthy and resilient in the workplace. Original article

25 Nov 2014

Youthy – mobile youth news

Like your news mobile? Check out ACYS's flipboard news service, Youthy, online and on your mobile, for engaging news stories about young Australians. Original article 

24 Nov 2014

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