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Liberalising the licensing laws in NZ has been a surprisingly slow process for a nation of drinkers. Even downing five drinks in one session can be regarded a 'binge'. David Robertson assesses the changes now taking place and wonders if consumer power can overthrow the authorities. For a country that prides itself on consuming large quantities of alcohol, New Zealand is still amazingly uptight about its licensing laws.


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