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# Problem Gambling

This year
The regulation zone: Addiction experts are welcoming new gambling laws amid industry concerns
Last year
Tanaiste says horseracing industry’s fears over gambling bill ‘will not be realised’
One-in-30 people in Ireland have a gambling addiction - ten times higher than was found in 2019
Nearly 30% of Irish 16-year-olds say they gambled within the previous year
Regulator withheld €‎150,000 from National Lottery over handling of problem gambling accounts
There are at least 12,000 problem gamblers in Ireland but probably more, study suggests
The 'hidden victims' of the hidden addiction: Problem gambling and its impact on family members
Irish Lotto's new 'schedule play' feature described as 'concerning' by problem gambling experts
All time
There are an estimated 12,000 problem gamblers in Ireland, health report finds
Poll: Do you think sports gambling ads should be banned?
Michael D Higgins describes TV gambling ads as a 'scourge' as he urges debate around the issue
'Not fit for purpose': Problem gambling supports 'lumped in' with alcohol and drug addiction services
'We've reached a point of no return - it's an epidemic': Problem gambling fears raised as bookie revenues soar
Problem gambling charity faces threat of closure as government urged to fund services
Government resisted lobbying on betting duty but won't use the funds for problem gambling services
There are at least 40,000 problem gamblers in Ireland
'They're not your friend': Warning over bookmakers as Cheltenham festival begins
"I was feeling, isolated. I didn't know who to tell": Galway hurler urges action on gambling