Thia blog discusses the NZ Government’s recently released Standardised Packaging Regulations, how the regulations could have gone further and suggests measures that other countries might consider including.
Article | New Zealand tobacco control experts’ views towards policies to reduce tobacco availability
Dramatically changing the way tobacco is sold will be a crucial step in achieving the Government’s 2025 smokefree goal, according to this ASPIRE2025 research.
If the New Zealand Government is serious about its smoke-free goals and protecting children from harm, it is time to ban smoking in cars, write Profs Janet Hoek and Richard Edwards and Emeritus Prof Robert Beaglehole in this op-ed, published today in the Otago Daily Times.
In this blog, we discuss the proposed regulatory changes for e-cigarettes and explain some of the complex practices smokers must adopt when commencing vaping.