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3 July 2003

Government's top health adviser calls for public smoking ban [UK]

Author: Patrick Butler, Guardian [UK]

The chief medical officer, Professor Sir Liam Donaldson, today laid down a challenge to the government to bring in a ban on smoking in public places, saying it was the only way to tackle the health risks from passive smoking.

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12 June 2003

Greens slam `soft' stand on smoking [Tasmania, Australia]

Author: Ellen Whinnett, The Mercury [Australia]

The Labor Government has been accused of going soft on smoking, with the contentious issue of smoking in clubs, hotels and gaming venues again referred for public consultation...The Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union and Quit Tasmania...

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13 April 2003

Queensland workers call for end to delays over smokefree pubs and clubs [Australia]

Author: Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union

Union, health groups urge expo delegates to protect staff from dangers of second hand smoke

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9 April 2003

Passive smoking at work: the global pressure mounts

Author: Rory O’Neill and Owen Tudor, Risks

Over the last few years, the pressure has been mounting around the world for controls on passive smoking in the workplace, often led by trade unions.

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19 March 2003

Evidence 'suppressed' on benefits of smoking ban [UK]

Author: Marie Woolf, Independent [UK]

Evidence of thousands of lives could be saved each year by outlawing smoking at work has been suppressed by the Government because it fears a ban will prove too expensive for bars, clubs and hotels, anti-smoking campaigners claimed yesterday.

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17 April 2002

Tasmanian hospitality workers back critical review of anti-smoking laws [Australia]

Author: Liquor, Hospitality & Miscellaneous Workers Union

Tasmanian hospitality workers working in gaming areas at the casinos, pubs and clubs want bans on cigarette smoking because they view the existing situation as an unacceptable threat to their health

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15 April 2002

Union urges workplace smoke ban [Australia]

Author: Kristine Gough, The Australian

Research by the Liquor Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union, with the Victorian Cancer Council, has found smoke-exposed workers suffer significant health problems.

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14 April 2002

Hospitality workers most at risk from exposure to tobacco smoke [Australia]

Author: Australian Liquor, Hospitality & Miscellaneous Workers Union

Hospitality workers most at risk from exposure to tobacco smoke: exemptions to new Victorian legislation may result in law suits, the LHMU has warned.

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14 April 2002

Thwaites rules out immediate smoking ban in Crown Casino [Australia]

Author: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Victoria's Health Minister, John Thwaites, has ruled out an immediate ban on smoking in all areas of Melbourne's Crown Casino and other hospitality venues. The Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union has urged the Government to move...

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14 April 2002

Union urges workplace smoke ban [Australia]

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