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Archive for September 2014

A Safe Night Out Strategy - QLD Alcohol intiative

15 September 2014 If you can’t play nice, you’re out of the game. We're red carding anti-social behaviour New initiatives are being rolled out to restore responsible behaviour and respect, stamp out alcohol and drug-related violence and ensure Queensland’s nightlife is safe for all. Read more click on image New laws and penalties will ensure police have the powers and resources to respond quickly and effectively to alcohol and drug-related violence and antisocial behaviour where needed. ...

Mystery Shopper trial - QLD

15 September 2014 It is important for you to take the time to familiarise yourself with the recent gaming changes outlined in the Liquor (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2013. These amendments were passed by the Queensland Parliament on 20 May 2014. Included in the Government's Safe Night Out Strategy is a trial to assess alcohol service practices through 'mystery shopper' style tests in licensed venues. The trial will be conducted within ...

Safe Night Precinct - QLD

15 September 2014 One key component of the Safe Night Out Strategy is the establishment of 15 Safe Night Precincts (SNPs) across the state where there is a concentration of licensed venues. A SNP board may be established within each precinct, which will be an incorporated association. The Liquor Act specifies membership eligibility requirements for SNP associations. This includes licensees of licensed premises located in the precinct, owners or operators of other businesses located ...

Be Safe With Food This Father's Day

5 September 2014 The NSW Food Authority recommends the following tips for outdoor cooking and dining this Father’s Day cook foods to at least 60 degrees Celsius; don’t eat cooked foods that have been left out for more than two hours; if you’re travelling, store uncooked and ready-to-eat foods in separate sealed containers and keep them cold during transport using a chiller bag or esky; don’t eat foods that should be refrigerated if they have been left ...

Mandatory Egg Stamping

5 September 2014 Egg stamping will become mandatory in NSW from 26 November 2014.  NSW egg producers will be required to stamp each egg with a unique identifying mark that will enable traceability back to the farm where it was laid. The NSW government will make regulatory amendments to ensure small businesses that produce less than 20 dozen eggs a week and sell those eggs direct from the farm gate, will not be required ...