An NT Liquor Commission hearing on February 26 marks the latest chapter in a long, drawn-out saga to determine if the Woolworths Group could have the opportunity to open their first Northern Territory Dan Murphy's.
With some help from social media, Australians with a thirst for spirits are fuelling a rush on juniper berries, with one grocer seeing demand double in the past 12 months.
Around 600 customers affected as online wine retailer Naked Wines decides to pull out of the Northern Territory market over changes to the Liquor Act, which mandates alcohol be sold for at least $1.30 per standard drink.
People watching the 2018 NRL grand final on TV were exposed to 376 instances of alcohol advertising, researchers claim, as they renew calls for an end to alcohol advertisements during sporting events.
The reliance upon alcohol to attract visitors to country events, such as race meets and B&S balls, highlights Australia's attitudes towards drinking — but at what cost?
It may be a landlocked patch of Europe, but its residents have no problem finding ways to wet their whistle — often with fatal consequences.
A company at the centre of an ABC investigation into the liquor industry recalls several of its spirit brands, warning they could be chemically contaminated and "cause injury if consumed".
Thousands of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder miss out on NDIS funding because there are so few specialists who can diagnose and assess the impact of the condition.
From health kicks to high costs and the fear of hangovers, ABC readers share their stories to help explain why our alcohol consumption has dropped to new lows.