Ministerial Forum on Alcohol Advertising and Sponsorship Report Released
The report from the Ministerial Forum on Alcohol Advertising and Sponsorship was released on Wednesday 17th December 2014. The Forum has made 14 recommendations focussed on restricting the exposure of minors to alcohol advertising and sponsorship. To read the recommendations in full click here.
You can view the Minister’s media release here: http://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/alcohol-forum-report-released
You can view the Forum’s full report here: http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/ministerial-forum-alcohol-advertising
You can view Alcohol Healthwatch’s media release here: : Alcohol Advertising and Sponsorship Forum commended for common sense
You can view Alcohol Action NZ media releases here: Government appears deeply ambivalent about alcohol marketing recommendations
Ministerial alcohol forum recommendations: a big step in the right direction
The government has signalled that there is more consultation to come and there will be no changes to the current systems before June 2015.
- Job Vacancy: Health Promotion Advisor - Policy to Practice.
Applications close 1 May 2015. For more information go to Job Vacancies
- 19 May 2015: FASD Justice Forum with Guest speaker Judge Catherine Crawford, Children's Court Magistrate Western Aucstralia
9.00am - 12.30pm, Quality Hotel, Parnell Click here for more information about the forum and attending
- 19 May 2015: Lecture: "How youth affected by FASD are treated in criminal jurisdictions" speaker Judge Catherine Crawford, Children's Court Magistrate Western Australia
6pm-7pm, 19/5/15, Northey Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Law, Auckland Click here for more information about the lecture and attending
- 3 Mar 2015: FANNZ Update
New Zealandís Alcohol Laws have changed
The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 was passed on the 18th December 2012. This new legislation replaces the Sale of Liquor Act 1989. The new legislation came into force in stages with the final parts coming into force on the 18th December 2013.
For more information on these changes please click on the relevant tab on the left panel "Legislation" or below.