Ash Ireland welcomes a benchmark decision on the test
purchase protocol, relating to tobacco, in the High Court last
week. This protocol was developed by the Office of Tobacco Control
and is implemented by Environmental Health Officers.
The High Court (Mr Justice R...
The study of 38 pubs throughout Dublin found that while staffing
levels in pubs fell by almost 9% - 129 against 118 - after the ban
was introduced in March 2004, 11% more customers visited the pubs -
from an average of 59 to 66. It also found there was a huge
reduction, 77.8%, in the number...
Nearly 40,000 Irish people would quit smoking if the price of
twenty cigarettes increased to €6.98. That is according to research
done by the EU anti-smoking campaign, 'Help - for a life without
tobacco', which shows that a 10% price increase in high income
countries results in a 4% reducti...
Issue Date: Thursday, 16 March 2006
GLOBAL STUDY FINDS IRELAND
HAS SOME OF THE CLEANEST PUBS IN THE WORLD
Harvard Study Finds Irish
Pubs Under Smoke-free Law in Ireland Show 91%
Lower Indoor Air
Pollution Than "Irish Pubs" in Cities Around the
Statement from ASH Ireland
28 February 2006
Pre ASH Wednesday Statement
Vintners Circumvent the Legislation and Encourage Smoking
ASH Ireland is seriously concerned about the proliferation of
smoking rooms in many pubs in Dublin and around the country.
As many peop...