Who are binge drinkers in Australia and how healthy are they? From the national ‘alcopops tax’ in 2008 to the recent ‘one-punch’ laws in New South Wales, various laws have been passed in Australia...

More than 60 per cent of Australian adults went to the movies last year, and those who saw a romance, drama, thriller, comedy or action/adventure film were more likely to have had a drink recently. “Going...

Two reports by Deakin University and the Cancer Council Victoria respectively have made separate findings on alcoholic drinking patterns in Australia. The Deakin University study is Australia’s largest...

A report commissioned by the Australian Government has found that its own alcohol guidelines are considered “unrealistic” and “confusing”. The report, published by market research company Horizon...

Research published today by market research organisation, IBISWorld, predicts that Australians will spend A$25.4 Billion on alcoholic beverages in 2011-12. According to the research, Australians are increasingly...

A newly-published study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta has shown the cost of excessive alcohol consumption in the United States in 2006 reached US$223.5 billion, or...

The State of Western Australia’s Commissioner for Children and Young People (WACCYP), Michelle Scott, has called for public debate on raising the legal drinking age in Western Australia to 21. Alcohol...

The Australian cricket community will again encourage fans to ‘Know When to Declare’ this summer in a new and expanded responsible drinking campaign. Cricket Australia and its partners Foster’s...

A new report on the state of Australia’s health shows half of all Australians (48.2 per cent) are taking action to reduce their drinking. “We know that drinking alcohol contributes to the...