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integrity of lawful racing, gambling and liquor activities for Western
Australians to participate in.
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As in past years the Director of Liquor Licensing (DLL), under the Liquor Control Act 1988, is issuing extended trading permits by way of a notice published in the Gazette for non-metropolitan liquor stores for selected Sundays in 2024.
Issued under the Liquor Control Act 1988 sections 31 (4) and (7) and 60 by the Director of Liquor Licensing.
On 8 January 2024, the Director of Liquor Licensing (DLL) issued ‘show-cause’ notices to licensees in respect of 37 licensed premises in the Kimberley towns of Broome and Derby outlining proposed liquor sales restrictions under Section 64 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (the Act). Separate notices proposed different restrictions for the two towns.
Mingullatharndo (Five Mile) in the Pilbara has become the latest liquor restricted community in Western Australia in response to concerns raised by local leaders and as part of the State Government’s ongoing action to reduce alcohol-related harm.
New laws to strengthen the Banned Drinkers Register passed through Parliament yesterday to improve its effectiveness in reducing alcohol-related harm.
Western Australian pubs and bars can apply for longer trading hours to show matches in the upcoming 2023 Rugby World Cup in a major win for fans of the sport.
New regulations have come into effect to stamp out sly grogging in Carnarvon, giving WA Police the power to immediately dispose of illegal alcohol when they stop and search a vehicle.
The State Government continues to deliver reforms addressing concerns raised by the Perth Casino Royal Commission (PCRC), particularly around reducing the risk of gambling-related harm.
Western Australian community projects will benefit from sharing in about $600,000 in unclaimed gambling winnings.
The Banned Drinkers Register is now up and running in Carnarvon and Gascoyne Junction with buyers of takeaway alcohol required to show photo identification.
The State Government’s investment in revitalising the Perth CBD and Northbridge continues with a further 15 eligible businesses, property owners and not-for-profits sharing nearly $1 million of funding from the Perth CBD Revitalisation Grant Program.
The State Government will introduce new legislation to strengthen the Banned Drinkers Register following trials in the Pilbara, Kimberley and Goldfields regions.
Renewing and applying for liquor licenses, permits, conditions including fees and charges.
Certain applications are required to be advertised for a specified period, allowing for the public to obtain more details about the application or the objection process.
Licence types, trading hours, approved managers, restrictions and information for licensees.
Help for individuals to apply to become an approved manager, renew or replace your card.
Policies to ensure responsible regulation of the hospitality industry.
The commission reviews decisions and complaints in accordance with the Liquor Control Act.
Responsible service of alcohol, staff training and registered training organisations.
Some restrictions apply in areas of Western Australia.
Permits, guides and information for gaming activities in Western Australia.
Renewing and applying for licences, permits, conditions including fees and charges.
Requirements of betting operators who use or publish WA race fields as part of their wagering operations.
Casino application forms
The RPAT is an impartial judicial forum for the racing industry.
Administering the law relating to gaming and wagering.
Ensuring that community gaming stakeholders and the industry meet their regulatory obligations.
Relevant legislation for the gaming and wagering industry.
Addressing and trying to prevent gambling-related harm in WA.
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