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- Submission to the Independent Review of the Impact of Liquor Law Reforms (NSW)
April 2016FARE's submission to the Independent Review of the Impact of Liquor Law Reforms examines the harm and costs associated with trends in alcohol consumption in Australian in order to provide evidence-based policy recommendations for the continued reduction in the burden of alcohol in NSW.
- 2016 Australian Capital Territory poll: Support for 3am last drinks and perceptions of safety
June 2016The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) commissioned ReachTEL to undertake polling of ACT residents to gain an understanding on attitudes towards alcohol, perceptions of safety and support for trading hour 'last drinks' policies.
- Former NT Chief Justice: Evidence of alcohol harm too great to ignore
15 July 2016Retiring Northern Territory (NT) Chief Justice Trevor Riley QC, who recently stepped down from the Supreme Court after 18 years, says that Australia needs to do more to prevent the harm caused by alcohol.
- The alcohol industry, health policy and conflicts of interest
23 March 2016The Queensland Coalition for Action on Alcohol (QCAA) invites you to a forum to discuss the key measures outlined in the Tackling Alcohol-Fuelled Violence Legislation (Amendment Bill) 2015.
- A ‘thriving’ night-time culture in Canberra comes with costs from alcohol use
24 June 2016ClubsACT acting chief executive Gwyn Rees was quick to the barricades to fight for the rights of Canberra's pubs and clubs to serve alcohol between 3am and 5am.
- Bulk of Canberrans support 3am last drinks for bars and clubs, poll shows
16 June 2016There is strong support in the Canberra community for a proposal to wind back liquor licensing to prevent bars and clubs from serving alcohol past 3:00am, according to new polling.
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