Tag Archives: liquor

Drinking While Breastfeeding May Not be so Safe

According to research the old idea that drinking alcohol while breastfeeding is okay, may actually be incorrect. The new study says that drinking while breastfeeding may actually negatively impact a child’s cognition. The study was published in the journal “Pediatrics”  recently titled “Drinking or Smoking While Breastfeeding and Later Cognition in Children.” The study involved […]

Alcohol Shops Could Get ID Scanners Soon

A proposal by the Western Australian government could make it harder to purchase alcohol in Western Australia, especially if your name is on the Banned Drinkers Register. The government wants the IDs scanned of everyone buying alcohol in bottle shops and if they are on the register, the cashier will be alerted and they will […]

New Cannabis Beer Brewed in Canada

Canada’s Province Brands are the first to develop a beer brewed from cannabis. The marijuana beer is not a new idea but previous brews infused beer with THC etc. This is the first beer brewed from the stalks, stems and roots of the cannabis plant. Scientists at the company have been working on the brew […]

Sydney Newtown Bars That Everyone’s Flocking to

Every Saturday night bars and pubs around Sydney’s Newtown attract close to 36,500 people and publicans are cashing in on the crowd. According to officials from the City of Sydney, patronage in Newtown has increased by 65 per cent since 2012, mostly due to the tough liquor laws that were introduced in the Kings Cross […]

Young Americans Destroying Their Livers due to Binge Drinking

According to a new study, an increasing number of young people in America are dying from liver disease. Researchers found that both men and women were binge drinking to the extent that liver disease is rapidly increasing in the country. Mortality due to cirrhosis and liver cancer in the United States, 1999-2016: observational study” was […]

How Local Venues are Ditching Plastic Straws

We are all aware of the impact plastic is having on the environment which is one reason many venues are making the move away from single-use plastic straws. It was recently estimated by 2 scientists that there are roughly 8.3 billion straws washed up on shorelines around the world. In addition to publicans who have […]


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