Woolworths lodged an application to substitute a proposed Dan Murphy’s liquor outlet on the corner of Osgood Drive and Bagot Road, Eaton for the existing BWS outlet in Stuart Park.

Woolworths appealed the NT Liquor Commission decision to the NT Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NTCAT)

Woolworths withdraws case from Federal Court action against the NT Government.

Woolworths applied to the Federal Court of Australia to have the amendments made under the The Liquor Amendment Regulations 2016 declared invalid on the basis that they were not within the regulation making powers of the Government.

Woolworths applied to a substitute an existing licence for a Dan Murphy’s store and threatened to take the NT Government to court.

The NT Government amended the Liquor Regulations to make it a condition of a store licence that the retail floor space was limited to a maximum of 400 square metres.

The NT Government’s five-year moratorium on new take-away liquor licences came into effect on this day.

This completes recommendations 1.1.4 – 1.1.6 of the Riley Review, and is an initiative under the NT Alcohol Harm Minimisation Action Plan 2018-2019.  

Minimum Unit Price commenced.

Police Auxiliary Liquor Inspectors (PALIs) commence

The Police Auxiliary Liquor Inspectors commence in Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Katherine. Read more

The NT Government announces legislation to reestablish an NT Liquor Commission.

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