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A survey of Darwin's homeless population, the so-called 'long grassers', has found about half drink almost every day, and the median weekly quantity for men is nearly 91 drinks. A long-term Northern Territory alcohol reform advocate, Doctor John Boffa, says the research by the Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation shows alcohol policy in the Darwin region has been an 'abject failure'. Source: abc.net.au

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