Scrapped orders introduced by the former CLP government were criticised over the number of Indigenous people subjected to them

The Northern Territory government has repealed “discriminatory” alcohol laws which human rights groups said were unfairly targeting Indigenous people, and has reintroduced a banned drinkers register.

The Alcohol Harm Reduction Bill fulfilled a Labor election promise and was the latest policy change in long running cross-party differences on how to tackle the NT’s alcohol problems.

Continue reading…

Facebook Comments

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.