New Zealand has led the way by responding to gun laws so the time has come to manage another insidious threat to our nation's wellbeing: Alcohol.

So far successive governments have failed to legislate against this unmitigated public health disaster despite working parties suggesting necessary various reforms to the Sale of Liquor Act.

BERL (Business and Economic Research Limited) has estimated alcohol costs $7.85 billion annually due to medical harm, motor accidents, inter-personal violence, murders, suicides and sexual assaults including attacks on ambulance, police and emergency department staff who care for intoxicated citizens.

Valid research demonstrates many cancers


MMP a disaster


Cannabis law