Tag: CHANGES

Victoria joins the fold!

As part of the Liquor and Gambling Legislation Amendment Bill 2018, the Victorian Government expects to close a loophole that allows minors to drink on licensed premises with parental permission. A current provision in the state’s Liquor Act allows parents to purchase

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3-D RMLV – Watch the Video

Next time you need to renew your RMLV training – why not try our online 3-D webinar? There are many advantages to doing this fully-compliant course online, including: Take the course over several days – in smaller bites Study from

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Craft Beer sales at promotional events allowed from 1st September 2016

The long awaited endorsement on the Queensland Producer/Wholesaler Liquor Licence to sell or supply your craft beer at promotional events, such as food and wine festivals is available. Subject to conditions, this endorsement could allow you to: sell your craft beer

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RSA – 3D Webinar Training

Are you looking for a more effective solution to the current RSA online training debacle? Are you confident of your staff’s ability to resolve common RSA-related issues? Would you leave your business in the hands of a person who only

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When can Gaming Licensees pay winnings over $10,000? Your obligations under AUSTRAC.

Under Australia’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws, gaming licensees cannot pay winnings of $10,000 or more until they have collected and verified required information about the customer. For individuals, licensees will need to collect the customer’s full name, date

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New rules pertaining to sale of liquor in Car Parks

OLGR advises, that as a result of recent changes to the Liquor Act 1992, from 1 September 2016, any approval you had to sell, supply or allow liquor to be consumed in a car park is no longer valid. This

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Changes to Tobacco & Other Smoking Products Act

Licensees should be aware that changes to the smoking laws which apply to the following areas came into effect from 1st September 2016: Organised under-age sporting events Skate parks Public swimming pools Public transport waiting points Building entrances Pedestrain malls Early childhood

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Do it online – Client Portal Reminder

To pay your Licence fee, to apply for a one-off Permit, or a temporary change in Trading Hours, or for a temporary change in Licensed Area – head to the OLGR CLIENT PORTAL. To use the Client Portal, you must

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Ban on rapid intoxication drinks after 12 midnight

A statutory ban prohibits the sale or supply of rapid intoxication drinks between 12am midnight and 5am for venues authorised to trade past midnight. Under the Liquor Act, a rapid intoxication drink is one that is designed to be consumed

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New OLGR Penalty Rate applies from 1st July

As predicted, the new OLGR Penalty Unit has been raised to $121.90. Most of the fines for breaches have remained the same in P/U terms – e.g. if a Minor is found to be consuming liquor on licensed premises, the Licensee

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Good news for Craft Brewers

The Tackling Alcohol-fuelled Violence Legislation Amendment Bill will allow for the sale and sampling of craft beer at promotional events. On a date yet to be determined, small craft beer producers that hold a producer/wholesaler liquor licence in Qld (or

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Future changes to liquor legislation

Safe Night Precinct Boards have until 1st February 2017 to be officially prescribed as a “3am safe night precinct”.  If a safe night precinct has NOT been prescribed as a 3am safe night precinct by 1st Feb 2017, then all

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Changes to liquor legislation that will commence on 1st July

Changes to trading hours Safe Night Precincts From 1st July 2016, late-trading venues will be able to sell alcohol until 3am.  Venues in the safe night precinct can also remain open beyond 3am to serve food and non-alcoholic beverages, and

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25% Payroll Tax Rebate for Apprentices & Trainees

Queensland employers who hire apprentices and new trainees are set to benefit under the new budget reforms. In keeping with it’s election commitment, the Queensland Government will grant a 25% rebate of payroll tax on the wages of new trainees

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ID SCANNERS – IMPLEMENTATION POSTPONED

The implementation of mandatory ID scanners for certain premises within safe night precincts has been postponed. This scheme was schedule to commence on 1 July 2015, as part of the Safe Night Out Strategy. It is yet to be determined

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