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Struggling pubs, clubs call for more liquor licence fee relief

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The state government says it’s “highly unlikely” to continue to waive liquor licence fees for pandemic-hit pubs and clubs, but is open to considering exemption applications from struggling venues.

Treasurer Rob Lucas told InDaily that from July, the Government would likely reimpose liquor licence charges following the easing of social distancing restrictions.

But he said the Government would continue to monitor the situation in the lead up to State Budget and consider exemptions for venues that are still impacted by restrictions.

It comes after the Government announced in March that it would waive licence costs for the 2020-21 period for hotels,…



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