Impacts of Liquor Advertising to be Reviewed

Oct. 19, 2021, 1:30 p.m.

Impact of signs and advertising outside of liquor stores to be reviewed

Communities in Tāmaki Makaurau have fought for decades to reduce the number of liquor outlets in the community as well as the advertising plastered all over the liquor stores creating an absolute eye sore.

Dr Nicki Jackson of the University of Auckland and her team have been working with the Auckland Council in recent years, calling for action on this issue. Dr Jackson talks about the impacts it has had on the communities and confirms that the Auckland Council are finally taking bold steps towards addressing this issue and asking for public feedback.

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