This resource is available as a booklet to download or as a folder resource. It provides an overview of the legal obligations and responsibilities of premises with alcohol on-licences. The folder resource has space to collate all relevant information in one place.
Please note the folder toolkit resource is currently only for bars, taverns, restaurants and other on-licensed premises.
If you are a licensee and would like to order a copy, contact your local licensing inspector or public health officer who can deliver it to your premises.Only licensing inspectors and public health officers should order copies of the folder resource but anyone can download the PDF booklet version.
The Good Vibes Guide provides useful ideas for anyone wanting to organise a successful alcohol-free event for young people, such as school balls, music or sports events, and family gatherings. This short book resource (16 pages) was developed with ZEAL.
It is available below as an online print-friendly version. A digital version can be found here and ZEAL's Good Vibes videos here
Objecting to a licence to sell or supply alcohol: A guide to objections and hearings
31 October 2017
This guide is for people who are concerned about an application for a new or renewed alcohol licence in their community. It will help you decide whether to make an objection to a licence, and lead you through the objection and hearings process under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
Date of Birth pocket sized cards for bar and security staff to assist them correctly calculate a patron’s age from their date of birth. The information on the cards is also available as A3 and/or A4 posters.
This short guidance document is for individuals and businesses who sell alcohol remotely. It describes the types of remote sellers and the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 requirements that need to be met to sell alcohol remotely.
A DVD (which follows the journey of three people through their addiction, treatment and into their life of recovery) and an accompanying workbook. It is for Māori who are needing help to overcome any problems they may have with their alcohol and/or drug use.