Mexican authorities are warning thousands of bottles of fake Tequila about to be auctioned in Australia as part of a $4 million fire sale "may cause injury if consumed" because consumers can not be sure what they contain.
NSW music festival operators have criticised the new strict licencing scheme, saying it stifles the music industry and that festival-goers should be free to take their own risks.
Australian working mums are increasingly asking their GPs for help to cut back on booze, doctors are reporting. Experts say it points to an alarming trend of the "mummy juice" wine culture going too far.
Climate change, drugs and mental health — what do the next generation think are the most pressing issues facing regional Australians?
A "watershed inquiry" into whether or not liquor giant Dan Murphy's should be allowed to open its first store in the Northern Territory will today hear from those most vehemently opposed to the plan.
A major liquor wholesaler accused of selling fake spirits — including tequila it claims to be made in Mexico — goes into administration, as an Australian Taxation Office audit results in the company facing a large tax bill.
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.
A years-long saga to see a Woolworths liquor superstore built near Darwin Airport is now finally in the hands of the NT's Liquor Commission.
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.
Joel Robinson is one of Australia's few producers of the beverage mead — and he is doing it with an extremely rare olfactory condition that makes almost everything smell like rotting flesh or burnt rubber.