Wed 10 Oct

The Oireachtas makes history by passing the Public Health Alcohol Bill

This evening, Seanad Éireann, in a historic development, agreed the amended Public Health Alcohol Bill, passed by Dáil Éireann last week. The Bill will now go to the President, Michael D Higgins, for signing and enactment. This is the first...


Tue 09 Oct

Budget 2019: Alcohol Action Ireland welcomes retention of rates on alcohol products excise duty.

Alcohol Action Ireland today (Tuesday 9th October) welcomed the decision by Mr Paschal Donohue, Minister for Finance, to retain the current rates of excise duty on alcohol products. This is the fifth year in a row that Excise duty has...


Wed 03 Oct

Alcohol Action this evening welcomed the passing of the Public Health Alcohol Bill by Dáil Éireann and looks forward to its enactment shortly after its final reading before Seanad Éireann.

The journey of this progressive legislation has been long and at times difficult. It is said that ‘success has many fathers’ however, in finally passing this legislation, all the Deputies, from across the House, who have supported this Bill are...

Alcohol Related Harm in Ireland

A 2008 report on "Alcohol Related Harm in Ireland" by Dr Ann Hope documents the extent and nature of alcohol harms to both to the drinker and to those affected by the drinker

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Men & Alcohol: Making The Drink Link

Boost you health with the help of Alcohol Action Ireland’s information leaflet Men & Alcohol: Making the Drink Link, which - if you do choose to drink - includes key facts that are good to know and lists some handy tips to help cut down your alcohol intake.

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Alcohol and Crime Fact Sheet

Alcohol and Crime: Getting The Facts is a fact sheet from Alcohol Action Ireland addressing the key questions surrounding the relationship between alcohol and crime.

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IMO Position Paper: Alcohol & Young People

The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has clear policy in relation to the sale and promotion of alcohol to young people and is calling above all for the introduction of a minimum pricing structure for the sale of alcohol in Ireland as well as a total ban on all advertising and promotion.

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RCPI Alcohol Policy Group Pre-Budget Submission 2014

The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland's Alcohol Policy Group bas called for the introduction of minimum pricing and an increase in excise duty in its Pre-Budget Submission 2014.

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The National Office for Suicide Prevention's Annual Report (2012)

The National Office for Suicide Prevention's (NOSP) Annual Report (2012) highlights alcohol and substance misuse as a major risk factor in self harm and suicide and says that NOSP will continue to "challenge permissive, harmful attitudes to alcohol abuse, help to reduce overall consumption rates and raise awareness of the association between alcohol and/or substance abuse and suicidal behaviour.".

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