Our Stories is a small book (110 pages) that is a collection of personal stories about alcohol use and harm from the perspectives of diverse communities in the Auckland area. It has chapters with stories from:
It is only available as a downloaded eBook or PDF - here.
The above individual chapters can also be downloaded - here
Check your Drinking Poster and Ad
3 July 2018
A landscape, printable poster or print ad (PDF format) that directs people to the Is your drinking okay? quiz on alcohol.org.nz to test their drinking. The image includes the Say Yeah, Nah campaign logo.
A small square online ad (JPEG format) is also available to download here. This online ad image needs to be hyperlinked to www.alcohol.org.nz/quiz.
Use the poster or online ad in e-newsletters and print newsletters, on websites and intranets, in social media posts, on TV screens and noticeboards in waiting rooms and workplace cafeterias and bathrooms.
A card (A6 size) to remind servers of alcohol in clubs to only serve alcohol to authorised customers. This version DOES NOT include ‘guests of a member of another club with reciprocal visiting rights’.
Check the conditions on your licence to see which card to order.
Alcohol Game Plan for club committees - Managing alcohol in clubs
13 May 2018
This is a short guide for club committees and managers with a club licence to serve and supply alcohol. It outlines key requirements about the law, such as, only serving alcohol to club members or guests of members, club alcohol and host responsibility policies, bar staff training, alcohol management plans, and penalties and fines.
An infosheet with key national messages about alcohol-free pregnancy and harms to a baby from drinking alcohol. Use the information in this infosheet to review and inform consistent messaging about alcohol-free pregnancies on websites, in printed resources and in other communications.
Alcohol Game Plan for bar staff - Managing alcohol in clubs
1 February 2018
This is a short guide for people working behind the bar in clubs with a club licence to serve and supply alcohol. It outlines key requirements, such as, only serving alcohol to club members or guests of members, and host responsibility strategies and interventions.
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.