The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) commissioned Galaxy Research to undertake polling of Queenslanders to gain an understanding of their perspectives on alcohol policies.
A majority of Queenslanders (64%) believe the State Government should honour its election commitment to introduce 1am lockouts on 1 February.
The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE)'s Pre-Budget submission 2017-18 to Treasury outlines broad support for alcohol tax reform, and proposes meaningful policy reforms, including better resourcing of interventions to reduce rates of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, eliminating harmful alcohol messaging in sport, and providing additional resources for better coordination between alcohol and other drug and family violence services.
Protecting the welfare and future prosperity of vulnerable Aussie kids exposed to unacceptable levels of alcohol harm is the central focus of an innovative Pre-Budget submission lodged with Treasury today.
Health experts are calling on Australian cricket team captain Steve Smith to demonstrate much-needed leadership and support efforts to phase out alcohol sponsors from professional cricket. As the Victoria Bitter One Day International series kicks off at the Gabba in Brisbane today, the open letter signatories – who represent Australia’s leading alcohol advocacy groups – warn that Cricket Australia is selling its young fans unhealthy and inappropriate messages by flooding the game with alcohol promotions.
Findings prove self-regulation by alcohol industry has failed, say coalition of health and community organisations
Children who are given alcohol by their parents are more likely to be drinking full serves of alcohol by the time they are 15 or 16, a study published in the journal Psychological Medicine found.
I'm having trooble righting this coz I've had too much to drunk. I can't talk ploply, I'm photocopying my privates and bumping into lampposts like a pin-ball. But I'm Australian, so that's funny, right?