Retail Drinks is one of several organisations delivering a new campaign to address the issue of increasing incidences of retail crime.
The trial will run from 1 October 2023 to 31 March 2024, and will remove the current tier permit that allows unlimited purchase of alcohol.
CEO, Michael Waters, reflects on the successes of the past year.
Retail Drinks has announced this year’s finalists, recognising their contribution to Australia’s retail liquor industry.
The organisation is targeting illegal black market ‘grog runners,’ partnering with NT Police and the retail industry on a new campaign.
This is the fourth region in WA to be included in the trial, and comes as the state government seeks to strengthen BDR legislation.
The WA Government has announced the strengthening of existing BDR legislation, as well as an expansion into Carnarvon.
The Retail Drinks Australia Industry Awards 2022 took place earlier this week, here you can find out all the winners.
The event will bring together key insights from thought leaders across the industry.
The three-year evaluation report gave a number of recommendations about amendments to the NT Liquor Act made in 2018.