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Alcohol

Below is a selection of Alcohol educational programs we currently have playing on air on the Yolŋu Radio Service. Simply hit the play audio button to play any track in a popup window.

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Alcohol Programs

 
Gove Liquor Proposal 1 of 12
Discussing the proposal for a new liquor licensing system involving identity cards in Nhulunbuy/Gove (Length 13:14)
Gove Liquor Proposal 10 of 12
Discussing takeaway liquor being by permit only (Length 12:49)
Gove Liquor Proposal 11 of 12
Further discussion on takeaway liquor being by permit only. (Length 12:53)
Gove Liquor Proposal 12 of 12
Discussing the third part of the proposal. (Length 11:47)
Gove Liquor Proposal 2 of 12
Discussing the proposal for a new liquor licensing system involving identity cards in Nhulunbuy/Gove. (Length 12:46)
Gove Liquor Proposal 3 of 12
Discussing the proposal for a new liquor licensing system involving identity cards in Nhulunbuy/Gove. (Length 14:49)
Gove Liquor Proposal 4 of 12
Discussing the proposal for a new liquor licensing system involving identity cards in Nhulunbuy/Gove. (Length 11:28)
Gove Liquor Proposal 5 of 12
Discussing the proposal for a new liquor licensing system involving identity cards in Nhulunbuy/Gove. (Length 11:24)
Gove Liquor Proposal 6 of 12
Discussing the consultation contract given to CDU. (Length 14:20)
Gove Liquor Proposal 7 of 12
Discussing the proposal from the local Harmony group. (Length 13:28)
Gove Liquor Proposal 8 of 12
Discussing the three parts of the proposal. (Length 10:56)
Gove Liquor Proposal 9 of 12
Discussing existing dry areas and permits to drink at Yirrkala. (Length 11:05)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 1
Discussing where the act came from, self government and the right for the NT to pass their own legislation. (Length 12:08)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 10
Discussing how all people on communities must live by the law. Staff on Yolngu communtites must have permits, no permits are available at Milingimbi, Ramingining, Galiwin'ku or Gapuwiyak, only at Yirrkala. (Length 13:54)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 2
Discussing how the Liquor Act is owned by the people and should be in their public interest. (Length 10:38)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 3
Discussing who can declare a dry area and the NT Licensing commision - how they became commissioners. (Length 13:46)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 4
Continuing on from part 3, discussing the process of declaring a dry area - how long it takes and the community consultation required. (Length 11:57)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 5
Discussing what act is used to stop alcohol coming into an area. (Length 9:31)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 6
Discussing how to minimise harm associated with the consumption of liquor. (Length 7:02)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 7
Discussing who has power under the act to protect and enhance community harmony. (Length 17:49)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 8
Discussing dry areas in Arnhemland on all communities, some homelands, and how the law applies to all. (Length 11:24)
Liquor Act Discussions - Part 9
Discussing how alcohol can be carried through a dry area, but even a chairman, councillor or family can't bring alcohol in. (Length 11:38)