14.10.17 Auckland set to adopt policy that sees bottle shops close two hours earlier

Dr Nicki Jackson, said the new policy was a "massive win" against the supermarket industry, which was the "dominant appellant" against the changes.

Jackson said Aucklanders consumed more alcohol than the rest of the country and had higher rates of alcohol-related assaults and hospital admissions.

She was pleased the evening trading hours of liquor stores could be cut back by two hours. 
Read more: https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/97862556/auckland-set-to-adopt-policy-that-sees-bottle-shops-close-two-hours-earlier


16 Oct 2017:Dr Nicki Jackson -  Keeping Equity In our Vision




FASD-CAN www.fasd-can.org.nz, the organisation uniting and supporting those living with FASD is pleased to announce two workshops with Jeff Noble:
Saturday 25th Nov 2017 @ Jet Park Hotel Mangere Auckland
Monday 27th Nov 2017 @ The Commodore Airport Hotel Christchurch

Jeff is a dynamic and energising speaker who describes himself as “…a helper, a leader and an innovator”. 

Register to attend with FASD-CAN Secretary Lee Tempest lee.tempest@fasd-can.org.nz before 20 Nov or click here for further details.

Presentation video coming soon....


Alcohol Healthwatch is excited to bring Vinny Demarco to NZ to present on how alcohol tax increases save lives, but they rarely happen for public health purposes. This presentation will describe one model for global action.

For more information click here


AUT University: 2 Oct 2017: 10:30 to 11:30am - MH104, MH building, AUT South Campus, 640 Great South Road, Manukau
Auckland University: 2 Oct 2017: 12.30 to 1.30pm - Room  733-234, Tamaki Campus School of Population Health

12 Sept 2017: FANNZ Update 

7 Sept 2017:Whanau ora and the FASD Plan: 'Achieving success together’ Hui Video Link:

Presentation by Christine Rogan, Alcohol Healthwatch    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Sgw6NLNCjw  
Presentation by Lance Norman, Hāpai Te Hauora   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYQWfA0escw 

8 Sept 2017:  Media-Rising Women’s Drinking Highlights Importance of FASD Awareness Day 

8 Sept 2017:  Media -NZ Rugby not tackling alcohol issues head on

5 Sept 2017: E-News Edition 2 

16 Aug 2017:  FANNZ Update

Two Auckland events contributing to FASD Awareness Month, September 2017: 
Thursday Sept 7:  Alcohol Healthwatch and Hapai te Hauora will host Whanau ora and the FASD Plan: Achieving success together’  (8.30am to 12.30pm). View panui  or register with christine@ahw.org.nz before Thursday, 31 August.
Saturday Sept 9:  FASD-CAN invites families living with FASD to a ‘Let’s get Strategic’ caregivers workshop  (8.45am – 3.30pm). View invitation or register with lee.tempest@fasd-can.org.nz before Friday, 1 September.

21 Jul 2017 - Media Release: Takapuna locals call for Government review after 'saddening' decision on bar opening hours

20 Jul 2017 - Media Release - Communities win and lose against the alcohol industry 

19 Jul 2017 - Auckland PLAP Decision 

29 Jun 2017 - E-News Issue 1, June 2017 

29 Jun 2017 - FANNZ Update

Invitation - Thursday 27 July 2017: FASD-informed practice: A professional development workshop in partnership with Te Pou Oranga o Whakatōhea, Opotiki, Bay of Plenty  Click here for Panui & more information  CLOSED

Jun 2017 - Report - Alcohol-related Harm Indicators in Auckland Results from 2013, 2014 and 2015 Report Prepared for the Executive Planning Group By Taisia Huckle & Karl Parker, SHORE & Whariki Research Centre.  August 2016 


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