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This report from SHORE & Whariki Research Centre examines patterns of purchasing of alcohol in New Zealand, including late night purchasing, from on and off licensed premises, using survey data from 2015.
This report is based on data about e-cigarettes in the 2017/18 New Zealand Smoking Monitor (NZSM) from 1,099 respondents.
This qualitative research provides insight into consumers’ awareness of, and views around, energy (kilojoules/calories) labelling on alcoholic beverages.
This research by the National Institute of Health Innovation (NIHI), University of Auckland measures the impact of energy labelling on alcoholic beverages, on consumer purchase or consumption behaviour in a New Zealand population.
The YIS collects data on smoking-related knowledge, attitudes, behaviour and their responses to tobacco control initiatives. The YIS is a nationwide paper-based survey of Year 10 students (predominantly 14 to 15- year olds) conducted in schools every two years. The YIS was first carried out...
The HPA commissioned a qualitative research project to explore young Māori women’s attitudes towards vaping, their vaping behaviour, and the relationship between smoking and vaping. This report is a summary of the key findings.
This report describes changes in spending patterns at venues licensed to sell alcohol associated with the introduction of local alcohol policies for two areas; Waimakariri and a joint local alcohol policy in Tauranga and Western Bay of Plenty. The analysis found no evidence for a...
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Survey (MHWS) is a nationally-representative monitor of New Zealand adults aged 15 years and over, aimed at providing regular and robust quantitative data on key mental health issues in New Zealand. This report details the procedures and protocols followed to...
This literature review explores what is known about the ways local supply and use of alcohol affects the pleasantness or attractiveness of a place (amenity); and the extent to which people are willing to enter, use or live in a locality (inclusivity of public space)....