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As most states and territories battle against increasingly restrictions or lockdowns, there is a constant barrage of changes that the hospitality industry and it’s staff face. It is hard to keep up with the changes and to know what you must do, one of the best ways to keep up to date with hospitality industry news is to subscribe to your own state or territory Liquor and Gaming regulation e-newsletter. They are sent out regularly to their subscribers.

If you want to read the latest news from some of the government websites, you can do so by visiting:

QLDOffice of Liquor and Gaming Regulations – Inside Liquor and Gaming

NSWLiquor and Gaming enews

VICVictorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulations – VCGLR News

TASDepartment of Treasury and Finance – Liquor and Gaming News

If your state or territory is not listed, you can still keep up to date with their news by visiting their specific government website.

You may also keep up to date by following industry associations in your own state or territory or federally (some examples provided below):

Clubs South Australia

Australian Hotels Association Western Australia

Restaurant and Catering Association Australia

RSL & Services Club Association



Connect via Social Media

You can also connect with your state or territory social media channels, many government departments have their own Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or other social media channels that you can follow and keep up to date with hospitality industry news.

So you won’t miss out on important changes, new laws, tips, frequently asked questions, COVID-19 changes or restrictions, industry events, signage, check lists, fact sheets, new fines and penalties, alerts, government released campaigns and ideas to reduce harm minimisation plus so much more. 

As it is hard to keep on top of changes with everything else you have to do every day make it easier for yourself by subscribing to your own state or territory liquor and gaming regulation e-newsletter or follow them on the many social media channels or do both. 

That way you don’t have to spend the time searching on their websites or giving them a call. Instead you will get to hear about the changes or news from your inbox or as you scroll through your social media feed and at the same time you are keep your knowledge current for the hospitality industry.

This saves you time and ensures you are doing the right thing always plus avoiding any nasty surprises such as fines or penalties either to yourself or the business you work for.

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