Hastings — The Liquor Licensing Authority has ordered the suspension of the liquor licence of Hastings supermarket Countdown following a purchase operation in June 2012, which resulted in liquor being sold to a minor. Hastings District Council staff combined with Police and District Health Board staff to carry out checks on licensed premises.
Hastings District Council
Hastings — The Liquor Licensing Authority has ordered the suspension of the liquor licences at two Hastings outlets following recent purchase operations which saw liquor being sold to minors.
Hastings — The Liquor Licensing Authority has ordered the suspension of three Hastings liquor licenses, following recent purchase operations, which saw liquor being sold to minors.
Hastings — Two bottle stores and a hotel bar will each lose their licence for 24 hours after being caught selling liquor to minors.
Hastings — A Hastings bottlestore will not be able to sell alcohol for three days after being caught selling to an underage purchaser late last year.
Hastings — A Hastings supermarket will not be able to sell alcohol for five days after being caught selling to an underage purchaser earlier this year.
Hastings — A Flaxmere company caught three times selling liquor to underage purchasers has had two of its managers liquor certificates suspended by the Liquor Licensing Authority, but the company will be allowed to continue operating a bottle store despite objections from Hastings District Council, Police and Flaxmere community representatives.
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