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# Alcohol Action Ireland

Last month
March 2024
Alcohol Action charity raises concerns over heavy advertising of zero-alcohol beverages
Last year
Alcohol Action express disappointment as no new measures for booze announced in Budget 2024
Wine industry lobby group launches EU-level challenge to Irish rules on alcohol health warnings
Alcohol Action Ireland calls for clampdown on '0%' drink ads as WHO labels it 'grey area'
All time
Alcohol price survey finds weekly intake limit can be reached in Ireland for less than €8
Pricing survey finds weekly alcohol limit can be reached for under €8
It costs less than €8 to reach the recommended weekly limit of alcohol in Ireland
Cry for help as new group says services for children of alcoholics are 'non-existent'
1,000 days and counting but long-awaited public alcohol bill faces further delays
'Fatal' level of alcohol can be bought in Ireland for €10
'Our children's television viewing is bombarded by the thrills and spills of alcohol'
Dr Bobby Smyth
Gardaí arrest 500 motorists for drink driving in just three weeks - and 40 in two days
Women warned of dangers of 'bottomless Prosecco brunches'
Drinking wine in Ireland is expensive. Really, really expensive
Poll: Did you drink alcohol when you were underage?
Half of pubs and off-licenses targeted for underage drinking checks were in Dublin
Reducing the price of a pint by 5c would cost the government €41 million
Higher alcohol prices are working - don't lower excise duty, says charity
"Conflicting advice" leading to thousands of Irish women drinking alcohol while pregnant
How much does alcohol abuse affect others in Ireland? A lot, says a new report
Government deal to implement minimum alcohol pricing welcomed
'€6.3bn is too much to spend on booze for a small country'
Almost 60,000 Junior Cert students to receive results
Poll: Does Ireland have a dangerous drinking culture?
Column: Our ‘drinking culture’ isn’t romantic, it’s killing us
Fiona Ryan
Leading charity calls for minimum price for alcohol to be set