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Alcohol sales at petrol stations remains prohibited (22 October 2014)
Alcohol sales at petrol stations remains prohibited. This appeared Wednesday from a decision of the Council of State. Ewout Klok, owner of a petrol station in Hoogeveen, must pay a fine of € 900 for selling beer. More >>
DWI down (10 October 2014)
The report “Driving under the influence in the Netherlands in 2002-20013″ published today by the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment shows that fewer motorists get behind the wheel after they have been drinking on weekends. The downward trend is remarkably strong among young men between the ages of 18 and 24. More >>
Successful conference on alcohol, health and policy (4 October 2014)
The Dutch Institute for Alcohol Policy STAP held Friday its second international conference in Amsterdam. The title of the conference was' Alcohol, health and policy'. There were approximately 160 participants from the Netherlands and abroad. More >>
Many late night cyclists break driving under the influence laws (25 September 2014)
Cyclists are flouting laws banning them from cycling under the influence of alcohol on a massive scale, researcher Dick de Waard at Groningen University have found. The figures could show why 10% of cycle accidents take place between midnight and dawn, even though only 2.4% of the total distance travelled by bike is late at night. More >>
Alcohol usage teenagers age 12 to 16 plummets (8 September 2014)
According to research into alcohol usage amongst teenagers aged between 12 and 16 years of age in The Netherlands, there appears to have occurred a “spectacular” shift over the last ten years. More >>
Free water a condition for festival licences: Amsterdam (27 August 2014)
Amsterdam city council will only grant licences to festival organizers if they guarantee festival goers will have unlimited access to free tap water to fill up their water bottles. Festival organizers are supposed to ensure that there is one tap for every 150 visitors. More >>