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    Allowing the Canberra clubs sector to flourish while keeping gambling harm at a minimum is a difficult balancing act.

    But it’s one the ACT government says it’s committed to, announcing an advisory council tasked with deciding the best way forward.

    This comes as a NSW club gears up to start the first trial of cashless poker machines — a move that could be replicated in Canberra if successful.

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