A North Brisbane Hotel has been successfully prosecuted by The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) as they exceeded noise limits during a Good Charlotte concert in November last year.
The noise beach occurred on 12th November 2011 when OLGR investigators measured consistently higher levels of music than what is directed on the licence document.
The company was fined $650 after entering a guilty plea.
There are thousands of ‘surprises’ inspections carried out by OLGR officers every year. This is an integral part of making sure that venues conform with their licence conditions and that the balance of the licensees and community are maintained.
From: OLGR Responsible Service Newsletter October 2012
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