• Professional Hospitality & Industry Graduates Partner

    Professional Hospitality are Industry Employer Partners with Industry Graduates, and we are excited to offer the following to our South East Queensland venues;   Industry Graduates sponsor all staff to complete RMLV training with the QHA Eligible employees can complete Certificate III and Certificate IV Hospitality qualifications with no out of pocket cost $200 completion bonus incentive from […]

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  • Government employees could lose jobs for liking Facebook posts

    Government employees could lose jobs for liking Facebook posts Daily Mail Under a new policy, which comes into affect Monday, Australian government employees could face disciplinary action for ‘liking’ or failing to delete any anti-government posts on social media. Read the full story

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  • Royal George, Fortitude Valley

    The Royal George Hotel, which stands at the busy intersection of Ann and Brunswick Streets, Valley, has been sold for what is described by its former owner, Mr. E. H. Ruddle, as the highest price ever paid for a hotel property in Brisbane.

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  • ‘Alco-gates’ proposed for licensed venues in Victoria

    A radical plan requiring motorists to pass a breath test before they can leave the car parks of licensed venues in Victoria is being considered by the Transport Accident Commission. Read more here.

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  • Facebook unfriending constitutes ‘bullying’

    Unfriending employees on Facebook and not saying good morning could constitute workplace bullying, the workplace tribunal has found. Read the full article here.

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  • Fines over drunken death

    Guilty: Rapid or excessive consumption of liquor, failing to provide a safe environment and allowing liquor to be supplied to an unduly intoxicated person has cost a man his life.

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  • Safe Night Out

    In August 2014 The Queensland Government introduced the Safe Night Out Legislation, designed to stamp out alcohol and drug related violence.

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  • QLD Bikie Laws

    New laws were introduced into Queensland in late 2013 targeting the activities and association of members of criminal gangs in licensed venues.

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  • Caution with beer kegs

    A man has lost his arm after a beer keg he was tapping exploded at a bowling club in Newcastle.

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