A university study says two-thirds of people have decreased or made no change to alcohol consumption during the pandemic, but frontline services are reporting increased levels of alcohol-fueled harm.
Nearly one-third of Canberra males want to reduce their alcohol consumption in the next year, a Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education survey of 500 Canberrans has found.
An annual alcohol poll has shown three-quarters (76%) of ACT residents consume alcohol most frequently at home rather than in social settings such as pubs, clubs and restaurants.
A former ANU student has accused John XXIII College of a culture of excessive drinking during 2014-2015.
A 21-year-old Dunlop man was caught going 97 km/h over the speed limit while also testing positive for drugs and alcohol.
Popular Canberra radio personality Kristen Davidson will champion the ACT Pregnant Pause campaign again this year, this time as a first-time mum-to-be.
A new study from the Australian National University shows more people have decreased their alcohol intake during the coronavirus crisis than increased.
Research from the University of South Australia has found university students are engaging in patterns of disordered eating, with a number of young women reporting skipping meals, purging or exercising to offset their calorific intake from alcohol.
Local distillery Underground Spirits is finding a new way to serve the community – producing hand sanitiser for use by frontline medical staff in the ACT.