Annual Report 2016-2017 Director-General of Licensing
Tabled paper 434
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Page 23 21-30 31-42 Berry Springs Tavern Ayres Rock Resort Frontier Hotel Darwin Corroboree Park Tavern Goldfields Hotel Darwin River Tavern Humpty Doo Hotel Discovery Darwin Noonamah Tavern Ducks Nuts Bar & Grill Pine Creek Hotel Heavitree Gap Tavern Rum Jungle Tavern Litchfield Motel The Stuart Hotel Mataranka Hotel Todd Tavern Rorkes Beer Wine Food Winnellie Hotel Darwin Squires Tavern Tennant Creek Hotel The Deck Bar 3. Gaming machine managers Each venue which is licensed to operate gaming machines is required to have a licensed gaming machine manager on site while gaming machines are active. 3.1. Gaming machine manager licences During the reporting period the Director-General assessed two applications for gaming machine manager licences one was approved, the other refused. All other decisions regarding gaming machine manager licences were made by a delegate. The total number of gaming machine manager licenses as at 30 June 2017 was 942 There were no applications for an internal review of delegated decisions. Table 17: Gaming machine manager licences approved for 2016-17 Licensed Suspended Cancelled Mutual Recognition Northern region 97 0 0 3 Southern region 34 0 0 1 Total 131 0 0 4 3.2. Northern Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal review (gaming machine manager) During the 2016-17 reporting period no gaming machine manager licence decisions were referred to NTCAT for review.
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