Search Results for 'Alcohol licensing laws of the United Kingdom'

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Ban below cost alcohol to save jobs, urge Galway off-licences

The Government is being urged to support independent off licences by reducing excise duty and banning below cost selling of alcohol, a move which according to members of the National Off-Licence Association in Galway will help retain jobs.

People urged to examine their relationship with alcohol

Call for minimum pricing to reduce human cost of alcohol related harm

The introduction of minimum pricing for alcohol will contribute to reducing the “huge” human and economic cost of alcohol related harm, it was claimed this week.

Castlebar Chamber President calls for tax on off licence sales to help boost bar trade

Castlebar Chamber of Commerce President Oliver Kelleher has called for a further tax on off licence alcohol sales to help benefit the bar, restaurant and hotel trade. According to Mr Kelleher for every €10,000 spent in an off licence, one job is created but for the same spend in a bar and restaurant four jobs are created.

Patrons found in Roundfort bar at 4am

The licensee of a bar in Roundfort, where a number of patrons were found on the premises at 4.15am, was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Licensee of TF objects to transfer of licence to receiver

The current licensee of the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre, Pat Jennings, who is nominee of Diorama Ltd—of which he is also a director—has objected to an ad interim transfer of the licence to the receiver. The TF Royal Hotel and Theatre and the Harlequin Hotel in Castlebar went into receivership on May 25 2012.

Pubs can flout the law as existing ‘after hours’ legislation not in Irish

Charges against two publicans in Claremorris for having people on their premises after hours, were dismissed at Claremorris District Court this week, when it was revealed that the relevant legislation for the prosecutions being brought had not being translated into Irish. This was despite the fact that the first piece of legislation, which these prosecutions were brought under, was enacted as far back as 2000.

People drank in Cong bar at 5am

The licensee of a bar in Cong was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday, after patrons were found on his premises after closing.

People drank in Cong bar at 5am

The licensee of a bar in Cong was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday, after patrons were found on his premises after closing.

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