Catch up on past issues of our newsletter, Alcohol Action Station below.
Issue No. 179
30 Aug 2018
New research on proliferation of 'healthy' alcohol products in Australia, event invitation: how to win friends and influence policy, unhealthy sponsorship in the AFL, study shows there is no safe level of alcohol consumption, NT will introduce minimum pricing for alcohol, alcohol industry dependence on heavy drinkers revealed, End Alcohol Advertising in Sport campaign launch, nominations open for 2018 PHAA WA Branch awards, nominations open for WA Youth Awards.
Issue No. 178
16 Aug 2018
Alcohol industry resists prioritising health over profits, introduction to alcohol and other drugs prevention in communities workshop, exploring people's first experiences with alcohol, new report on alcohol and other drugs in Australia, WANADA alcohol and other drug prevention forum, action station: contract your Member of Parliament, addressing price, promotion and availability of alcohol still the "best buys", take action on alcohol advertising, what's new on Drink Tank?
Issue No. 177
02 Aug 2018
End of alcohol ads on public transport vehicles in WA, Talking Leavers: event for WA parents and carers, why alcohol marketing regulation needs to change, insight into alcohol industry priorities, analysis of alcohol industry submissions to the National Alcohol Strategy, parents who disapprove of their child drinking: new research, children wearing cameras highlight exposure to alcohol marketing, "all night long": alcohol marketing on social media in the UK, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update
Issue No. 176
19 Jul 2018
Preventive Health Summit report now available, renewed calls for minimum pricing, why alcohol marketing regulation in the UK needs to change, compliance testing operation in Mandurah, community leadership drives further restrictions in Pilbara, reducing Australia's cancer rate, large sporting events linked with increase in domestic violence, take action on alcohol advertising!
Issue No. 175
05 Jul 2018
WA Government to remove alcohol ads from buses and trains, questioning the independence of ABAC's "Independent Chair", the case for removing alcohol ads from public transport, counting drinks most likely to help cut down on alcohol use, State of Origin linked to domestic violence and assault, update on alcohol labelling, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update.
Issue No. 174
21 Jun 2018
Australia's alcohol policies rate poorly, meeting of the Ministerial Drug and Alcohol Forum, Calls for National Alcohol Strategy to take health experts' advice, experiences of Perth custodial officers with FASD, systematic review of alcohol involvement in drownings, interaction with social media advertising and alcohol use, take action on alcohol advertising.
Issue No. 173
07 Jun 2018
New research on the association between parents' and young adults' drinking, Prof Mike Daube AO: Western Australian of the Year, your shout: take action on alcohol, talk early - talk often project, State of Origin: battle of the sponsors, young adults' views about voluntary alcohol warning labels, take action on alcohol advertising.
Issue No. 172
24 May 2018
New research on adolescent drinking and outcomes later in life, free conference for school staff: destination wellbeing, what would you like to see in alcohol action station?, research associate position at Curtin University, join the campaign to End Alcohol Advertising in Sport, reduced glass size may help reduce drinking, take action on alcohol advertising!
Issue No. 171
10 May 2018
Corporate social activities are used to advance industry interests: new research, Congratulations Prof Mike Daube AO, new research on impact of low alcohol labelling, what would you like to see in Alcohol Action Station?, update on minimum alcohol pricing in the NT, review of Newcastle's late-night trading venues' conditions, Alcohol Advertising Review Board update.
Issue No. 170
27 Apr 2018
Seminar on alcohol and young adults, new research: young people find alcohol ads appealing, WA Indigenous Storybook: Pilbara edition, take action on alcohol advertising, alcohol and injury risk at WA Leavers: new research, 'low-carb' beers are not better for you, alcohol and other drug treatment in Australia, new research suggests alcohol limits in many countries should be lowered.