Pub Relations

TODD TAVERN ATTACKED, PROMPTING ALICE LOCKDOWN

Alice Springs is in the midst of a two-week curfew on its youth, after a spate of violence and unrest in the town saw an attack on the Todd Tavern. Located roughly 2k kilometres north-west of Sydney, Alice entered the spotlight last year over increasing crime and anti-social behaviour, which it’s thought have been exacerbated […]

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ROMSEY REVIVAL TRIGGERS COUNCIL ANTI-GAMING CRUSADE

A Victorian club has reignited a 20-year debate and prompted a battle with Council by applying to revive the closed Romsey Hotel, incorporating the installation of 50 gaming machines. Romsey Football Netball Club (RFNC) submitted an application to the Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC) for a $10 million renovation and extension on the

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RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING OFFICERS ORDERED FOR PUBS AND CLUBS

Most pubs and clubs with gaming will be mandated to have a ‘responsible gambling officer’ on duty during machines hours of operation, in the latest reforms by the state government. The Minns Labor government in NSW has affirmed it is committed to evidence-based gambling reform, and has introduced a series of amendments to the Gaming

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HOSPITALITY BACK ON ITS FEET AS BACKPACKERS RETURN

Backpackers are hiking their way back to Australia, bringing with them life for the hospitality industry. Department of Home Affairs data shows that during the peak of COVID across the financial year 2020-2021, working holiday maker visas had plummeted to less than 40,000, the combined effects of which ended trading for many venues. However, in

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