Licensing

BUDGET BLUES AS TREASURY LOOKS TO SOFTEN THE REBOUND

The Federal government this week handed down its latest budget, hinting at a troubled global outlook and hedging Australia’s position, and hospitality has given the strategies a thumbs-down. A core focus of the budget was the forecast for inflation, which has fallen to less than half of the 7.8 per cent peak of late 2022, […]

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NSW GRANTS 245 VENUES MASSIVE DISCOUNTS TO SUPPORT LIVE MUSIC

Liquor & Gaming NSW has offered reduced licensing fees and extra trading hours to eligible venues with the aim of increasing live music, performances and other cultural events, to help increase employment opportunities for performers and musicians. To receive these benefits, venues must meet a variety of criteria, including holding a particular licence, having a

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REGULATORS SLAM ‘SERIAL’ BREACHES IN GAMING AND LIQUOR

Newcastle’s Royal Inn has been caught out by gaming authorities and fined for multiple breaches relating to trading outside authorised hours. An investigation by Liquor & Gaming NSW reviewed gaming activity at the hotel in Waratah, finding gaming machines had been operated during the venue’s 1am-7am shutdown period on three consecutive Saturdays (15, 22, 29)

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