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Northern Territory

Food safety

Food safety

Unfortunately, there is currently no national standard for administering food safely in Australia. There are different requirements in each state and territory of Australia relating to organisations seeking to raise funds through the selling of food.   Local council...

Gambling

Gambling

Community sports clubs are forever undertaking fundraising activities, continually seeking new and preferably easy ways to raise funds. Few club realise that many fundraising activities, such as raffles or even footy tipping, may require permits, follow specific...

Incorporated associations

Incorporated associations

Northern Territory Associations Act Most community local sporting clubs are established as incorporated associations. In the Northern Territory, incorporated associations are governed under the Associations Act. Gambling and Licensing Services (GLS) oversees the...

Liquor

Liquor

Many sports clubs sell alcohol, either as part of their fundraising strategy or simply as part of the social fabric of the club.  If you sell alcohol, regardless of if it is for only one event or on it is on a regular basis then it is important that your club applies...

Child protection

Child protection

Working with children (Ochre Card) Northern Territory You must by law apply for a working with children clearance, also called an Ochre Card, to work or volunteer with children in the Northern Territory (NT).   Working with vulnerable children - general...