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NSW: Liquor law roadshow launched

Date: 18 Mar 2008, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

NSW Gaming and Racing Minister, Graham West, has announced that a series of public forums are to be staged in NSW as a result of the new Liquor Act which...

More public say in Qld liquor approvals

Date: 12 Oct 2006, Filed under: Corporations Law, Commercial Litigation, Competition & Trade Regulation, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Queensland Tourism, Fair Trading and Wine Industry Development Minister Margaret Keech has announced members of the public will have more opportunity to...

Martin Government "proud" of track record on alcohol reform, says Stirling

Date: 26 Jul 2006, Filed under: Court Appearances, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Divorce, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Northern Territory Minister for Racing, Gaming and Licensing, Syd Stirling has announced the Martin Government is "proud" of its track record on alcohol...

Qld locks out party-goers

Date: 04 Jul 2006, Filed under: Court Appearances, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Divorce, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Liquor Licensing Minister Margaret Keech has announced the 3am lock-out on late-trading licensed premises across Queensland comes into effect from midnight...

Qld - Statewide lock-outs to boost public safety

Date: 25 May 2006, Filed under: Court Appearances, Resisting Arrest, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Trade & Customs, Liquor, Gaming & lotteries

Queensland Minister for Liquor Licensing Margaret Keech has announced that a 3am lock-out will be imposed from July, on late-trading licensed premises...

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