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- National FASD Clinic and Clinical Network proposal
November 2015FARE's proposal aims to address the lack of diagnostic opportunities, standardised screening, data collection, and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) awareness in Australia, calling on the Commonwealth Government to establish a much needed rural FASD Clinic and a National Clinical Network.
- 2016 Queensland poll: Perspectives on alcohol
February 2016The 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.
- Alcohol violence: most Queenslanders support reducing late night trading
2 February 2016New polling has found almost three quarters of Queenslanders support the late-night trading measures announced by the Queensland Government to reduce alcohol-related violence. The poll conducted by Galaxy Research has also highlighted increasing support for action to reduce alcohol harms, with 80 per cent of Queenslanders believing more needs to be done, up from 74 per cent in 2015.
- 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.
- Qld wants tougher lockout laws: poll
2 February 2016Most Queenslanders support tougher lockout laws to reduce alcohol-fuelled violence. That's according to a Galaxy poll of 350 Queenslanders that found 74 per cent of respondents supported a state government plan to call last drinks at 2 or 3am.
- Poll finds Queenslanders support Labor’s early last drinks laws
2 February 2016The battle over the state's nightlife continues, with a new Galaxy poll finding three-quarters of Queenslanders support reducing trading hours for licensed venues, while clubs and venue owners spent Monday pleading with a parliamentary committee to not let the "terrorists" win.
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