20 Nov 2013
Local Government welcomes ANCD Alcohol Action Plan
The National Local Government Drug and Alcohol Committee (NLGDAAC) welcomes the issues paper released by the Australian National Council on Drugs today.more
2 Oct 2013
City of Sydney deploys late night program to manage weekend crowds
The City of Sydney is deploying extra night-time measures this weekend to help the city cope with massive crowds expected for the International Fleet Review and a range of other major events. Late-night Precinct Ambassadors will be on patrol in Circular Quay, George Street and Kings Cross to provide directions, public transport information and other advice [...] .more

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Welcome to LGADIN - the Local Government Alcohol and Drug Info Net.

In addition to providing Australian local governments with information and resources to respond to alcohol and other drug related problems in their communities, LGADIN enables the local government sector to share innovations amongst colleagues and other government and non-government stakeholders.

With the impact of alcohol and other drug use and misuse on local communities across Australia being a concern from capital cities to remote areas, LGADIN will keep you up-to-date with national, state / territory and local policy and programming developments to help build your council’s capacity in the management and prevention of alcohol and other drug related harms.

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