Golden Nanny Awards

On 13th November Forest hosted the inaugural Golden Nanny Awards in Dublin. The ‘nanny-in-chief’ award was presented to Senator Catherine Noone (left).

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Forest has dismissed a call for a health warning to be printed on the side of each cigarette to deter people from smoking.

Plain packaging has failed to reduce smoking rates in Australia, says Forest.

Campaigners have responded with anger to the announcement of yet another increase in tobacco duty.

Senator wins 'nanny-in-chief' award

Tue 14th November, 2017

A Senator has been declared Ireland's 'nanny-in-chief' at a dinner organised by smokers' group Forest Ireland.

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