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- Submission in response to the Liquor licensing discussion paper (South Australia)
February 2016The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) provided a submission to the South Australian Government's review of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, which is an opportunity to introduce policies which improve the health, safety and wellbeing of all South Australians. FARE makes a total of 30 recommendations for the South Australian Government, outlining reforms that are proven solutions to reduce alcohol-related harms.
- “It fits the needs of the community”: Long-term evaluation of the Norseman Voluntary Liquor Agreement
February 2016This research report examines the long-term impact of the Voluntary Liquor Accord in the Norseman community in Western Australia’s Goldfields region.
- SA Government oversight – alcohol health impact absent from discussion
11 February 2016Australia’s leading alcohol policy and advocacy organisation has highlighted the South Australian Government’s failure to acknowledge the public health impact of alcohol in its current review of liquor licensing legislation.
- Queensland alcohol policy forum
17 February 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.
- Michael Thorn discusses successful trading hours measures in QLD & NSW
12 February 2016Steve Price is joined by the Chief Executive of the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education Michael Thorne to discuss lockout laws in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
- Alcohol and pregnancy: asking the tough questions
9 February 2016It's been over 6 years since the Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks from Drinking Alcohol reduced the safe level of drinking for pregnant women from seven standard drinks per week to zero, but the message is still not getting through to patients and frontline doctors, according to experts in fetal alcohol syndrome disorders (FASD).
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