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15/10/2010

Children and alcohol don’t mix on North Tyneside

The overwhelming majority of north easterners have never bought alcohol for their children, according to an advertising campaign launched today (Monday, October 18) as part of Alcohol...

12/10/2010

Children and alcohol don’t mix – the region has spoken

The overwhelming majority of north easterners have never bought alcohol for their children, according to research published today (Thursday, October 14).

08/10/2010

Cheap supermarket booze is damaging North East pubs

Pubs across the north east are calling for Government action on cheap supermarket alcohol, which they say is damaging business.

07/09/2010

Why let good times go bad campaign

Colin Shevills, Director of Balance, said: “We welcome any measures which actively reduce the amount of alcohol people consume.

03/09/2010

Balance responds to British Beer and Pub Association figures

Although new figures suggest alcohol consumption is falling, Balance says more needs to be done to tackle the problems caused by alcohol misuse.

31/08/2010

Balance response to the Local Alcohol Profiles for England

Balance, the North East Alcohol Office, welcomes statistics which show that the level of alcohol attributable crime has fallen significantly in the North East over the last year, making...

31/08/2010

North East alcohol profiles to be published tomorrow

The Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE 2010) are set to be published tomorrow (Wednesday, September 1) by the North West Public Health Observatory.

27/08/2010

40% of the population want a 50p minimum price per unit of alcohol...

Dave Hogg said: “We welcome the news that almost half of the population are backing calls for the introduction of a 50p minimum price per unit of alcohol.

24/08/2010

Durham and Darlington get behind the frontline

Almost 2,000 north easterners have backed the region’s frontline staff by telling Government they’ve had enough of the problems caused by alcohol misuse.

24/08/2010

Hartlepool gets behind its frontline

Almost 2,000 north easterners have backed the region’s frontline staff by telling Government they’ve had enough of the problems caused by alcohol misuse.