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Tougher Licensing Laws In Sydney?
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Publish-date-icon December 15, 2012
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The New South Wales/A.C.T. Alcohol Policy Alliance have released a report which claims that based on patterns from previous years, there will be around 300 deaths and 12 000 hospitalisations from heavy drinking this Summer.

One of the recommendations of the report is that Sydney venues follow the model employed in Newcastle that was set-up to counter the violence there and has been moderately successful.

The Newcastle model includes measures like earlier closing times, a 1am lock-out and no shots or strong drinks after 10pm.

2ser’s Matt Hogan spoke to Michael Thorn, the Chief Executive from the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education.

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