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Queensland

Liquor

Liquor

In Queensland, the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) regulates liquor licence and permit applications. A liquor licence states where and when you are allowed to serve alcohol. Different licence types are available to suit different businesses or community...

Child protection

Child protection

Working with children (Blue Card)  The Blue Card system: is a key prevention and monitoring system of people working with children and young people in Queensland aims to minimise the risks of harm to children and young people by contributing to the creation of safe...

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

Queensland Associations Incorporations Act 1981 Most community local sporting clubs are established as incorporated associations. The Associations Incorporation Act – Queensland 1981 is an act of the Parliament of Queensland to regulate the affairs of incorporated...