LIQUOR ACCORD News

New measures target alcohol hotspots

Over 50 new strategies have been introduced in five key entertainment areas to target alcohol-related violence and anti-social behaviour under the Government’s Hassle Free Nights action plan.  Pubs,...

Illawarra nightspots raise the bar

Illawarra pubs and clubs are setting a shining example of how to manage alcohol-fuelled violence successfully, an industry leader has said. Australian Hotels Association (NSW) CEO Paul Nicolaou...

Hoteliers team up to help fight crime

CRIME STOPPERS Brisbane Bayside Area Committee and Bayside Liquor Venues Accord (BLVA) have joined forces to help fight crime and lead the way to change irresponsible hotel patron...

Police, council, licensees unite

PREVENTING drunks from misbehaving in the Whitsundays was the main focus of yesterday’s liquor accord meeting between Whitsunday police and licensees in the main street of Airlie Beach....

No place for drunkards

BIG BOOZERS won’t even make it to the front gate this July Race Carnival, with organisers, police and liquor licensing joining forces to keep the lid on drunken...

Be good or be barred

DISTURBING the quiet and the good order of the neighbourhood will get you barred from a licensed venue for one month under a new policy introduced this week...

It’s D-DAY for licensees

IT’S D-DAY for businesses planning for this year’s July Racing Carnival. At 10.30am at the Crown Hotel businesses involved in the Grafton Liquor Accord will attend a meeting,...