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Monthly Archives: May 2013

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The Violent Venues list contains the lowest number of licensed premises since it was launched in 2008: 130509 Violent Venues List – Round 9

2013 Annual Wage Review

In the coming weeks, the Fair Work Commission will issue their decision regarding the minimum wages for employees for the 2013-2014 financial year which will take effect the first full pay period on or after 1 July 2013. Members will … Continue reading

2013 AHA NSW Legal and Industrial Conference

We are pleased to announce the inaugural AHA NSW Legal and Industrial Conference, to be held at our offices in Sydney on Thursday, 29 August 2013. The Conference will provide expert, cross-industry views addressing the most topical and important issues … Continue reading

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Aristocrat strengthens ties with AHA NSW

AHA NSW is proud to announce its continued partnership with a key Diamond Sponsor – Aristocrat – during a big year for the gaming giant. Click here for more information: aristocrat280513  

AHA NSW welcomes new Energy Sponsor

Urban Group Energy (UGE) is proud to announce its Bronze Sponsorship with the AHA NSW. Click here for more information: Media Announcement UGE and AHA sponsor

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Tabcorp backs tougher controls on sports betting

Tabcorp supports the tightening of controls on sports betting advertising as proposed by the Federal Government. For more information please click here: Sports Betting Advertising and Promotion Controls 26 May

Grant Funds for Crime Prevention

Members may wish to draw the attention of their local councils and liquor accords to the possibility of receiving government grants of up to $500,000. The funds are being made available by the Federal Government for security-related infrastructure projects, including … Continue reading

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