Authorities in Spain’s Balearic Islands are clamping down on binge-drinking tourism in three hotspots, introducing what they claim is the first law of its kind in Europe.
A quarter of Scots said that they didn't think they could stay sober - even for the first week of the month - if they were taking part in the Dry January event.
A motorist spotted by motorway police driving on tyres worn down to the metal wheel was almost six times the drink-drive limit.
New Year’s revellers who feel anxious about returning to work after binge-drinking during the festive season may actually be suffering from alcohol withdrawal symptoms, according to a liver expert.
‘I can’t tell you when I went from enjoying a drink to needing a drink’: Kirkton woman Ann discusses battle with sobriety and shares advice for those struggling
The weeks leading up to Christmas are often filled with food, drinks, parties and nights out.
Trade in pubs has withstood the lowering of the drink-drive limit in Scotland, new research suggests.
Humanity’s ancestors may have been saved from extinction because they developed the ability to digest alcohol, scientists claim.
One dose of ketamine could help heavy drinkers cut their alcohol intake, a study has suggested.
Boris Johnson claimed he has given up drinking until after Brexit is sorted.
Alcohol-producing microbes that live in the gut may cause liver damage – even in people who do not drink, research suggests.
With the news that alcohol deaths have reduced by up to a fifth in some areas since minimum pricing was introduced in Scotland, we want to know what you think of the policy.
A convenience store is finally to find out if it can sell alcohol – almost five months after it opened its doors.
‘The first thing I did in the morning was make myself a double vodka and water’: Dundee man turns his life around with the help of community group
“The first thing I did in the morning was make myself a double vodka and water,” said Ian Thomas, speaking of his 26-year alcohol addiction.
Catalin Richiteanu, of Clepington Road, was fined and banned after being caught more than four times the drink-drive limit.
Booze-related admissions to Ninewells Hospital have risen by almost 20% in three years.
Health bosses have objected to a bid by a convenience store to sell alcohol out of its proposed shop at Dundee train station.
Drinks trade experts have warned it may already be too late for Dundee pub bosses to renew their licences.
Britons are drinking less alcohol, despite the amount consumed worldwide being on the rise, a study has shown.
Having one or two alcoholic drinks per day does not reduce the risk of having a stroke, scientists have said.
A councillor has blasted the local authority’s alcohol overprovision policy.