Leading researchers from ASPIRE2025 warmly congratulate the government on announcing that it will pass standardised packaging legislation within the year.
Posts from the ‘Opinion and Media’ Category
Letter | Is the NZ Government responding adequately to the Māori Affairs Select Committee’s 2010 recommendations on tobacco control? A brief review
Māori smoking rates have barely changed since 2011, and the Government is not doing enough to address tobacco-related harm amongst Māori, say leading tobacco researchers and public health advocates.
In this Public Health Expert blog we ask what the tobacco ‘carve out’ from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Treaty means for public health.
In this Public Health Expert blog, George Thomson and Richard Edwards detail some of the progress since 2013 toward Smokefree2025 in eight city and district council areas.
This viewpoint article on regulatory options for e-cigarettes, written by researchers from ASPIRE2025 and BODE3 , has been published in the New Zealand Medical Journal.