Three of four planned tobacco excise increases have now taken effect, with the government and tobacco industry continuing to “butt” heads over perceived outcomes of the tax.
New laws banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to children take effect in NSW from 1 September 2015.
The Sydney Morning Herald has revealed British American Tobacco Australia’s Freedom of Information requests.
A review has found that almost all of the 2.6 million adults using e-cigarettes in Great Britain are current or ex-smokers and suggests that e-cigs may be contributing to falling smoking rates.
Police continue to investigate spate of break and enters and the commercial theft of $1.7 million in cigarettes from Sydney warehouses.
Heart Foundation Northern Territory and Cancer Council NT joined forces on the weekend to call for bans on the sale
With May 31 recognised as World No Tobacco Day, the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) has reinforced the negative
British American Tobacco Australia (BATA) today called for more to be done to eradicate the tobacco black market on the
With the NSW Cancer Council claiming that a rapidly expanding e-cigarette industry is unregulated, CEO of the Australasian Association of
With media reports of a growing black market for cheap and illegal tobacco, such as $8-$10 packets of cigarettes, British
British American Tobacco Australia (BATA) is considering launching a Make Your Own (MYO) cigarette brand to try and capture the
With some US convenience industry analysts predicting the sale of e-cigarettes will soon surpass traditional cigarette sales, the Australasian Association