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Alcohol Drug Association New Zealand (ADA)

Alcohol Drug Association New Zealand (ADA)

Web-site revamp for launch of Drugline, December 5, Beehive Foyer Parliament Buildings 9.45am to 11am

Paul Traynor Alcohol Drug Association New Zealand (ADA) Chief Executive, announced today that ADA has revamped its web-site to coincide with the launch of the Drugline. “People can access quality information on other drugs and ADA is committed to the further and ongoing development of other drug information,” says Paul.

This launch is significant and this site opens the door to the provision of quality and trustworthy information,” says Paul. The link to provide information is http:// http://www.druginfo.org.nz

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