Will penalties save lives?

Leading senior constable Grant Phillips conducts a breath test as the Gazette asked local emergency services workers their views on Victoria’s drink driving penalties.

Victoria now has the harshest drink driving penalties of any state in Australia.  The result is now a loss of licence for at least three months, and a compulsory interlock device for six months for drivers who register a blood

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Don’t take the risk

Police are warning drivers not to take the risk to drink and drive with tough new penalties meaning instant loss of licence for anyone who records a blood alcohol content of 0.05.

Police are warning drivers not to take the risk to drink and drive with tough new penalties meaning instant loss of licence for anyone who records a blood alcohol content of 0.05. The new drink-driving and drug-driving penalties came into

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