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Deadshot found itself on the receiving end of a scathing review they say wasn't warranted.
Having the option is a key part of role modelling drinking well to children.
Northland's He Waka Eke Noa helps addicts "not pick up the pipe" through song, dance and camaraderie.
The Sober Self Bot sends reminders to its users to drink water and eat food while out.
A man ruined his own plans to steal a keg of beer - and it was all captured on camera.
Emergency services were called to Moray Place around 11:20pm.
SAFE says a lot of Kiwis will be put off the Speight's brand.
Mike Bush's admission he has an historic drink-driving conviction has revived questions.
Australian researchers found alcohol advertising remains prominent in TV sport.
The council is preparing its local alcohol plan, which could look at limiting hours for bars.
The NZX has queried Moa's recent share price, but the beer maker says it's following disclosure rules.
Over $10,000 worth of spirits and beer were ruthlessly destroyed.
Beer-lovers, turn away. It's 30 cans of locally-brewed brilliance that will never be enjoyed.
A leading employment lawyer told ONE News some businesses have already scrapped after-work drinks.
For the first time ever, Burger King customers will be offered beer.
"I've noticed that people are turning the switch down in terms of their drinking."
Kerry Chamberlain started conquering her addiction four-and-a-half years ago.
The disgraced NRL star speaks out, saying he's the worst role model in the NRL.
Seventeen-year-old Mitchell Heward had been playing drinking games with a tube and funnel.
Christchurch councillor Jamie Gough will get help for his alcohol issues after a Facebook complaint.
The wine is a Lansdowne Claret 1903 and was made by William Beetham and his French wife Hermance.
Gerald Waters has vowed to keep New Zealand roads safe from dangerous drink drivers.
This man could face a heavy fine after he was filmed giving his children what appears to be vodka.
Wine from 65 producers is for sale at Mel Brown's Brixton outlet.
The report was funded by Lion and took just seven weeks of research.
The teenager, two years under the legal driving limit, returned a reading of 135 mcgms.
The man was stopped again despite earlier being given a 28 day suspension.
The controversial campaign was launched this week by the Hospitality Association.
Health professionals are concerned sends the wrong message.
"It's wrong, it's really wrong, it sets a precedent for fast food, fast drink."
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Student body has no confidence in vice chancellor's ability to do the job.
"Welcoming communities" now need to step up, says Rachel O'Conner.
Jacinda Ardern has indicated the Government is interested in buying the house which is expected to fetch in excess of $3 million at auction.
She complained to the Ministry of Education and shortly after the school reversed its decision.
There are calls for the Government to make it a class A drug.