Letters February 2 2013

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24th January, 2013
OUR ATTITUDE TO ALCOHOL With the unfolding of the Zac Guildford tragedy, great attention has been paid to the support he has been getting. What is not getting attention is the number of potential Guildfords (of both genders) in the making. The year is not even a month old, but already alcohol has contributed huge misery and costs to society: a much publicised quad-bike accident, several attacks on police, road deaths, boating accidents, etc. And these are just the incidents that get media attention. What should be looked at is how Guildford was introduced to alcohol and by whom, and how ...

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