Alcohol makers have rejected an offer by a senior federal health bureaucrat for the industry to put forward experts to join a panel reviewing Australia's controversial safe drinking guidelines.
“All spin and no substance.” Alcohol Beverages Australia Executive Director Fergus Taylor responds to a poll released by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education.
Alcohol Beverages Australia Executive Director Fergus Taylor features in a panel discussion on the effectiveness of graphic advertisements in motivating changes to drinking habits, calls for warning labelling on alcohol packaging and the true level of cancer risk...
Never mind the hangover. The misuse of alcohol is costing us “a staggering” $36 billion a year. So proclaimed a straight-faced presenter on the ABC, a staggeringly gullible organisation with a tendency to pluck ludicrous claims from press releases and broadcast them as fact.
Alcohol Beverages Australia Submission to COAG Online Round Table on Behavioural Insights Alcohol Beverages Australia (ABA) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the COAG National Summit on Reducing Violence Against Women. ABA supports zero tolerance policies for...
Alcohol Beverages Australia (ABA) has welcomed the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) research on Australian drinking which highlights well known downward trends in problem drinking. Read more
PUTTING a minimum price on alcohol will “demonise and denormalise” drinking and raise prices on all products, peak body Alcohol Beverages Australia has warned. Read more
Moderation and flexibility are the best tools of any good government, which stands in sharp contrast to this one’s response to the greyhound industry inquiry.
The review was published yesterday and recommends that the 10pm restriction on take-away packaged alcohol sales be moved to 11pm, with the home delivery of alcohol to be allowed until midnight. Also that the 1.30am lock outs and 3am last drinks in the Sydney Central...
There are a lot more options than your go-to vodka soda.