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FLAVOUR, NOT ALCOHOL, THE LATEST BUZZ IN BEER

Beer consumers have become more conscious of their drinking habits during the pandemic, turning to flavour rather than alcohol for their buzz. The number of no-alcohol beers entered into this year’s…

HOW TO CREATE AN EMAIL NEWSLETTER PEOPLE ACTUALLY READ

1. Review successful newsletter examples.  Where do you start? Before you get started creating an email newsletter, look at some examples in (and outside of) your industry. We've compiled a list of…

SALARIED HOSPITALITY WORKERS TO GET WEEKEND TOP-UP PAYMENTS

Salaried workers in pubs, hotels, cafes and restaurants will get top-up payments if they work more than 18 hours a week on weekends and public holidays, according to new rules brought in by the workplace…

AUSTRALIA SET TO SLASH BEER TAX IN UPCOMING BUDGET

Scott Morrison will slash the tax on a beer by 30 cents in the March budget despite complaints it‘s a tax cut for blokes. The push to cut beer taxes is being pushed as a modest incentive to kickstart…

THE STAR HID $900M IN GAMBLING TRANSACTIONS FROM BANKS

The first day of public hearings in an inquiry examining The Star’s Sydney casino licence heard the ASX-listed casino group’s chief financial officer, Harry Theodore, and general counsel, Oliver White,…

SYDNEY PUB FINED OVER SNEAKY POKIES TACTIC

A pub has been fined more than $100,000 for incentivising gamblers after managers and even a security guard loaned cash to help pokie users keep gambling. Rose and Crown Hotel in Parramatta, western Sydney,…

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CROWN PUSHES FOR NEW POKIES LIMITS TO APPLY IN VIC PUBS AND CLUBS

Crown chief executive Steve McCann said on Thursday it was “very unclear” how the new mandatory pre-commitments scheme would operate, but that it must go beyond just the Southbank casino, setting up…