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Letter | Missed tobacco tax revenue from ‘foreign’ packs in New Zealand: Results from a discarded pack collection study
The New Zealand Government is losing up to $89.1 million per annum in tax revenue due to tobacco brought in to the country from overseas, ASPIRE2025 researchers estimate.
Blog | Protecting children in cars from tobacco smoke: The inconsistent case of new mandatory child restraints while optional smoking persists
In this Public Health Expert blog, Dr Ninya Maubach asks why regulators are prepared to introduce regulation that protects children in the event of a car crash, but are unwilling to protect them from known toxins in tobacco smoke.
Published in Journal of Smoking Cessation, this article is based on an ASPIRE2025 study examining young New Zealand smokers' views of what would help them quit smoking.