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The Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation has approved the removal of the requirement for electronic gaming machines in hotels and clubs to have hard meters.
Liquor licence and BYO permit renewal fees have been automatically waived for all licensees except those holding a packaged liquor licence.
This New Year’s Eve, Victorians have more of a reason to celebrate as they say goodbye to a challenging 2020.
The VCGLR and the Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA) of Singapore has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Year 12 students will be finishing up their studies and celebrating their achievements between November 28 and December 12 this year, which could mean more house parties, larger crowds, and an increased risk for licensees.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner.
Are you aware of the extended ordinary trading hours for your licence?
Today our Annual Report 2019-20 was tabled in State Parliament.
International drivers’ licences and Victorian marine licences can now be accepted as evidence of age documents by licensed venues.
Venue operators and staff are reminded that credits left on gaming machines are unclaimed winnings and must not be played by venue staff or gaming technicians.