Hard-Hitting Reforms Considered for Alcohol Abused Australia

Alcohol abuse in Australia has reached a point where new laws are being created to ensure that citizens don’t get out of hand. The country’s Brewers’ Association says that liquor licenses being bought back may be warranted in places where clubs and pubs are in good numbers. Denita Wawn, the association head agreed to the notion and said that restricting the trading hours can be considered if the country is to bring down problems related to alcohol.

Tom Kelly, the eighteen year old who was murdered earlier this year in Kings Cross, has sparked a long flaming debate regarding the way in which the country manages alcohol. Liquor outlets in Australia have grown tremendously over the past twenty years, and even trading hours have been extended.

However, it’s the first time that the alcohol sector in the country has thought about inflicting consumers with reforms that will hit them hard. Australia’s Brewers’ Association represents huge companies such as Carlton United Brewery (CUB) and Lion & Coopers. Derita Wawn is of the opinion that governments might have to buy back licenses where clubs and pubs flourish if the country’s alcohol-related issues are to be resolved.

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