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VCGLR News - Summer 2015 (PDF 1.18MB)

Published quarterly, the Summer 2015 edition includes:

  • Message from the Acting Chief Executive Officer
  • Information session coming to Geelong
  • Important dates
  • VCBC to cease liquor licensing services
  • End to mandatory fingerprinting
  • Licensees have a good start to the new year
  • Highlights from the VCGLR website
  • Is your liquor signage up-to-date?
  • New online portal for temporary licences
  • ‘Giving away’ liquor without a licence
  • Phasing out old application forms by 19 March 2015
  • Have your contact details changed?
  • Reminder: Liquor licence renewals
  • Commissioner welcomes Yarram accord
  • Drink spiking – information for licensees
  • Safe night out in Casey
  • Educating backpackers about local liquor laws
  • New resources: Unlocking liquor licensing
  • No excuse needed campaign.
  • Gearing up for footy tipping season
  • Supporting Aboriginal communities
  • Punters urged to avoid BetRegret
  • Intralot exits – Tatts returns
  • Pre-commitment update

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The VCGLR News is a quarterly newsletter providing up-to-date information to both gambling and liquor industries and replaces the previous newsletters, VCGR News and The Grapevine.

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