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Annual Report 1992-1993 Northern Territory Liquor Commission



Annual Report 1992-1993 Northern Territory Liquor Commission

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Tabled Paper 1759


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Northern Territory Liquor Commission THE COMMISSION continued The Commission's mission statement is: TO EFFECTIVELY MANAGE THE PROVISIONS OF THE LIQUOR ACT IN ORDER TO DISCOURAGE THE IRRESPONSIBLE OR EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION AND SUPPLY OF LIQUOR WITHIN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY The functions of the Commission are to: develop policy for the day to day operations of the Registrar and Officers of the Commission keep abreast of the community attitudes keep informed of contemporary research into alcohol abuse oversee the fiscal management of the Commission monitor delegation functions of the Commission inform key community leaders of the functions, directions and policy of the Commission manage the Commission within the policy guidelines of the Government of the day The range of services provided by the Commission to the general public, licensees, prospective licensees, industry representatives and Aboriginal Communities includes: to issue full licences, special and special extended licences to administer transfer of licences and changes to nominees; to determine applications for the grant of a licence; to declare restricted areas; to collect revenue and the levy. Page 5 Annual Report 1993

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