Catch up on past issues of our newsletter, Alcohol Action Station below.
Issue No. 189
31 Jan 2019
Video: action on alcohol in times of falling consumption, PHAIWA advocacy e-mentoring program: EOI now open, managing alcohol in our communities workshops, video: a conversation with Dr John Holmes about minimum alcohol pricing, the alcohol laws that protect young people, FASD conference highlights, don't let your mates drink and drown, Sydney's most dangerous day on the beach, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update, what's new on Drink Tank?
Issue No. 188
17 Jan 2019
A conversation with Dr John Holmes about minimum pricing for alcohol, new liquor restrictions for the Pilbara, your shout: share your action on alcohol, alcohol advertising linked to risky drinking among young people, no alcohol ads to kids. no exception: join the new campaign, take action on alcohol advertising.
Issue No. 187
19 Dec 2018
Children's health hit for six as industry fails to regulate alcohol ads, top tips for talking to your child about alcohol, your shout: share your action on alcohol, 1 in 7 ED patients affected by alcohol, alcohol tax the most cost-effective policy to reduce obesity, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update, happy holidays!
Issue No. 186
10 Dec 2018
Here's to a summer without booze ads, Alcohol Advertising Review Board activity report, alcohol and teenagers: I need you to say NO, new research: tougher regulations can help protect young people, political donations: 'If someone donates $1000, they support you. If they donate $100 000, they have bought you.", respect the river: alcohol-related drownings in inland waterways, parental drinking: does the age of children in the home matter?, take action on alcohol advertising!
Issue No. 185
22 Nov 2018
Seminar on preventing youth alcohol-related injuries, I need you to say NO: alcohol-related harm in teens, new research: alcohol ads on Facebook and desire to drink, invitation to NDRI seminar, supermarkets continue to dominate packaged liquor market, minimum pricing for alcohol: Dr John Holmes, #Don'tPinkMyDrink: new social media campaign, fewer drunk people in Brisbane after 'last drinks' laws, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update.
Issue No. 184
12 Nov 2018
Alcohol advertising rules fail to protect children, new Alcohol.Think Again campaign: I need you to say NO, last chance: seminar with Dr John Holmes on minimum pricing for alcohol, Mandurah mayor on board with minimum pricing, continuing our action on alcohol under a different name, AMA WA calls on cricket to prioritise health over profit, alcohol doing well by 'doing good', Australia's drinking culture shifting, take action on alcohol advertising.
Issue No. 183
25 Oct 2018
Invitation: seminar with Dr John Holmes on minimum pricing for alcohol, mandatory pregnancy warning labels to be introduced, take action on alcohol advertising, the real cost of alcohol: focus on ABC radio, seminar with Prof Kyp Kypri, take action on alcohol advertising, beer brands' use of social media influencers exposes young people to alcohol ads,
Issue No. 182
11 Oct 2018
Community and health groups support minimum pricing in WA, WA community support for minimum pricing, sporting greats call for an end to alcohol advertising in sport, final push for mandatory alcohol pregnancy warning labels, Ireland passes progressive alcohol legislation, take action on alcohol advertising, off-premise outlets and violent crime: new research.
Issue No. 181
27 Sep 2018
Alcohol is 'no ordinary commodity' and for good reason, trade magazines offer insight into alcohol industry tactics, Maylands' David and Goliath battle against the liquor giants, new global status report on alcohol and health, new research into alcohol and energy drinks, trouble brewing - making the case for alcohol policy, underage alcohol sales in community sporting clubs, take action on alcohol advertising, event invitation: how to win friends and influence policy, end alcohol advertising in sport campaign launch.
Issue No. 180
14 Sep 2018
Ambulance call-outs increase for intoxicated young people, continued funding for Alcohol.Think Again campaign, Senior UK health advisers to quit over govt partnership with industry, Maylands Dan Murphy's licence refused, liquor restrictions to stay in Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek, new national data shows Australians are drinking less, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update, event invitation: how to win friends and influence policy, end alcohol advertising in sport campaign launch, 2018 PHAA WA awards: one week left.