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NSW GOVT PLANS TO CRACK DOWN ON INDUSTRY COMMUNIQUE

The NSW government has criticised and plans to investigate the practise of venues getting a ‘heads up’ on pending random inspections, furthering the anti-gaming debate as Australians baulk at the cashless economy.  Documents by the NSW regulator, Liquor and Gaming, were tabled in parliament following requests by Independent MP Alex Greenwich. L&G’s written statement noted

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CASHLESS GAMING TRIAL HACKED AND HALTED

Hackers have ended a trial on cashless gaming, after reports the system was breached in a cyber-attack. The digital wallet trial began last October, under the Perrottet government, at Wests Newcastle leagues club at New Lambton, installed on 144 Aristocrat machines. It involved digital wallet technology, provided by Banktech, connecting participants’ phones to machines via

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FREE HOSPITALITY TRAINING FOR NEW WORKERS

The NSW government has announced free training on in-demand skills, aiming to get more workers ready for a “bumper winter” tourism and hospitality season. The NSW Government’s Winter Skills program is delivering more than 1,500 fee-free training courses, preparing people to work hospitality roles including bartenders, waitstaff and the ski industry, to help businesses meet

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SPEAK OUT ANTI-VIOLENCE CAMPAIGN EXPANDS INTO PUBS

The NSW Government has announced the expansion of its Speak Out campaign against domestic violence through a new association with the Australian Hotels Association. As news emerges of the detrimental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and domestic relationships, the Speak Out campaign encourages victim-survivors to call the State’s helpline for support. Mark

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NSW GOVT SUPPORT EXTENDED AND RESTRICTIONS EASED

The NSW State Government has announced further measures supporting hospitality, with greater easing of restrictions on patron numbers ahead and announcement of 1,000 ‘Great Southern Nights’ music events. Over the weekend Premier Berejiklian told media the 50-person limit on venues will be lifted from 1 July, although the four-square-metres per patron rule will still apply.

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