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  • Tisk! Tisk! Two adults caught in secondary supply sting

    $1100 penalty notices were issued to two adults recently during an Office of Liquor, Gaming & Racing (OLGR) compliance operation that was conducted in Byron Bay during recent Schoolies celebrations.

    A man and a woman were observed by OLGR inspectors providing two 17 year old girls with alcohol that they had purchased from a bottleship in town on their behalf.

  • Product Recalls - December

    The NSW Food Authority advises that the following products have been recalled :

     

    • ALDI Berg Strassburg 500g  -  vacuum packs. All 'use by' dates up to and including 08/02/15.

     

  • Problem drinkers won't be stopped by higher prices

    At a public hearing into Indigenous alcohol abuse, Australia's largest alcohol retailers have told delegates that increasing the price of alcohol will not reduce its consumption amongst the Indigenous population.

  • Santa Pub Crawl still growing after 21 years

    For the organiser of the Santa Claus Pub Crawl for Charity, Neil Webster, the event is a personal crusade against alcohol-fuelled violence and emphasises that while it is a pub crawl, it is becoming more family friendly. New venues have been added where the children are able to dress up and participate in a safe environment.

  • Food poison list lead by chicken, eggs and meat

    This year an average of 30 people per day have been struck down by food poisoning with the main culprits being eggs, chicken and meat.

    The massive rise in gastrointestinal illnesses in the state has resulted in an investigation by Queensland Health with the figures expected to increase dramatically with the feasting frenzy that we call Christmas

  • Public health warning : consumption of raw milk products

    The NSW Food Authority warns all consumers not to drink raw or unpasteurised milk that is marketed as being for cosmetic use or as pet food as it is a potential health hazard.

    Consuming any unpasteurised dairy products can have the potential to cause serious illness particularly in young children, pregnant women and the infirm and elderly people.

     

  • Lockouts in Newtown and Enmore "not justified" say Greens

    The Inner Western suburbs of Sydney, Newtown and Enmore, may yet follow the lead of Kings Cross, Darling Harbour and the CBD if lockout laws are to be introduced in the precinct.

  • Woolies denies serving 'rodent' snack : police now on board

    Police involvement has been welcomed by the family of Emilie Petrusic after claims that she bit into a dead mouse in a rice paper roll as they believe that it will prove their innocence.

  • 100 sick from food poisoning at VIC function centre

    After consuming food at the Sandown Park Greyhound Racing Club's function centre over 100 people are reported to have contracted food poisoning.  The attendees suffered from vomiting and diarrhoea following events held last Wednesday and Friday at the venue in Melbourne's south-east.

  • Federal Government Compulsory Unique Student Identifier

    The Federal Government is introducing that as from 1 January 2015 any person enrolling in nationally recognised training must create and receive a Unique Student Identifier. The participant will use this USI for any ongoing training.
     

    To learn more about this Federal Government (Skills Australia) initiative watch the below YouTube Video.