The Hon Christopher Pyne MP - Media Items
Listed below are media items for The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Former Minister for Ageing
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31 May 2005
Marking World No Tobacco Day, Parliamentary Secretary for Health Christopher Pyne said health professionals, particularly GPs, can greatly influence people to stop smoking.
26 May 2005
Parliamentary Secretary for Health, Christopher Pyne, has expressed the Government’s concern at the number of Australians now smoking the potentially dangerous ‘chop chop’ tobacco.
22 May 2005
There has been an overwhelming response from Australian parents to the graphic advertisements appearing on television as part of the National Drugs Campaign
19 May 2005
The Parliamentary Secretary for Health, Christopher Pyne, voiced concern about the growth in the number of liquor outlets, including discount liquor outlets, and the impact they have on the health of Australians.
12 May 2005
Four new members and three reappointments to the Board of Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) were announced today by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Ageing, Christopher Pyne.
11 May 2005
Communities now have better access to suicide prevention information following the launch today of the new Living is for Everyone - LIFE National Suicide Prevention web site
09 May 2005
The Australian Government will hold a forum in June to raise public awareness into autism and related disorders.
06 May 2005
The Parliamentary Secretary for Health, Christopher Pyne, has welcomed the media and public interest in the development of new food labelling regulations.
02 May 2005
Three out of every four Australian schools have registered their interest in the Asthma Friendly Schools Program – and one in every three has been recognised as an Asthma Friendly School – the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Ageing, Christopher Pyne, said today.