The State Government has announced the Level 1 COVID-19 Business Assistance Package.
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On Thursday 24 February 2022 the McGowan Government announced a $3.5 million waiver of Western Australian liquor licencing fees as part of a $67 million COVID-19 Business Assistance Package for businesses adversely affected by increasing cases and the
introduction of level 1 public health and social measures.
To date the McGowan Government has committed more than $1.6 billion to support businesses throughout the pandemic.
To support licensees, the Director of Liquor Licensing will grant an occasional licence to permit the sale and supply of packaged liquor ancillary to a meal.
The Goldfields Banned Drinkers Register (BDR) trial is now in full effect, meaning all customers require approved photo identification to buy takeaway alcohol.
The State Government has announced almost $67 million for a new COVID-19 Business Assistance Package for businesses adversely affected by increasing cases and the necessary implementation of Level 1 public health and social measures.
The State Government has introduced new regulations to strengthen requirements around the home delivery of liquor to help minimise alcohol-related harm.
Issued under the Liquor Control Act 1988 sections 31 (4) and (7) and 60 by the Director of Liquor Licensing.
Consultation period for sale of packaged liquor extended.
The State Government's Banned Drinkers Register will begin rolling out across the northern Goldfields this week, following trials in the Pilbara and Kimberley regions.
Tourism business founder Troy Thomas was posthumously awarded the Sir David Brand Medal for Tourism at the 2021 Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards last night.
As Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (RGAW) kicks off today, the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries is encouraging Western Australians to recognise the warning signs before gambling becomes a problem.
WA Police will have the discretion to seize and dispose of illegal alcohol on the spot under new regulations to stamp out sly grogging in regional and remote communities.
The Shire of Broome has supported the launch of two-year alcohol restrictions, in place in Broome and Derby.
A new national Automatic Mutual Recognition (AMR) of Occupational Registration scheme will be in place for a limited number of occupations in New South Wales, Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory from 1 July, 2021.
The Director of Liquor Licensing has reviewed the previous restrictions on liquor purchases in the Kimberley put in place to support measures taken due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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