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Aussie drink-driving laws have similar penalties, but our BAC level is still at .05. This will be moved to .02 in the coming years.
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Tom Minear and James Campbell, Herald Sun - December 19, 2017 

DRINKERS would face significant price increases for beer and wine under a proposal to cut Australians’ alcohol ­consumption.

Under the draft plan, ­released by federal and state ministers, the cost of all ­alcoholic drinks would not be allowed to fall below a set level.

The draft national alcohol strategy, quietly released last month, also calls for tough ­restrictions on alcohol advertising during sport, and laws to stop bottle shops providing two-for-one offers and bulk-buy booze discounts.

Other proposals include:

NEW restrictions on the serving of drinks after a certain time, and plastic glassware to be used in “high-risk venues”;

MANDATORY sobriety conditions on repeat offenders, and linked ID scanners to ­prevent entry to venues;

UNDERCOVER checks to ensure bottle shops and venues do not serve those under age;

ASKING alcohol companies to put “readable, impactful health-related warning labels” on their products. Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt chaired last month’s ministerial forum which agreed to release the draft strategy for a final round of feedback, after three years of consultation, with the aim of finalising it by March.

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