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Ask for Angela in Port Macquarie Region

Ask for Angela in Port Macquarie Region

‘Ask for Angela’ could soon be available at more than 100 licenced venues across the Port Macquarie region thanks to a collaboration between the Hastings Liquor Accord Australian Hotels Association and Mid North Coast Police District.

Member for Port Macquarie Leslie Williams said the internationally recognised initiative, encouraged patrons to ask for help if they were getting unwanted attention or felt their safety is at risk.

“It’s a modern approach to a modern issue. By asking for Angela, a patron can subtly alert staff who can intervene by calling police, organising safe transport home or referring the patron to support services,” Mrs Williams said.

“Having the ‘Ask for Angela’ posters and other advertising displayed prominently throughout a venue can help to deter unwanted behaviour and increase awareness that venue staff are available to help when needed.”

Chairperson of the Port Macquarie Liquor Accord Alistair Flower said it was great timing for the initiative to launch in the area.

“Given the increasing popularity of online dating apps, many people are meeting for dates at bars, clubs and pubs having never met, beyond the screens of their phone or computer,” Mr Flower said.

“We don’t want people feeling intimidated when they’re on a first date. ‘Ask for Angela’ is a great example of the valuable work the licensees in the Port Macquarie Liquor Accord do to target alcohol-related violence and anti-social behaviour.”

AHA NSW Director of Liquor and Policing John Green said ‘Ask for Angela’ was a logical extension of what venues do best – looking after their patrons.

“Licensees and their staff are trained to identify patron behaviour – be that aggression, intoxication or annoying behaviour,” Mr Green said.

“This is not about venue staff replacing the role of police or putting themselves at risk, it is about reinforcing the need to be aware of patron behaviour and to provide options when a date or social encounter doesn’t go as planned.”

The initiative has already been launched in Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Bathurst, Byron Bay, Manning, Goulburn, Yass, Southern Highlands and City of Sydney.

Media Contacts: Leslie Williams Office: Terry Sara 0409 834 648
Hastings Liquor Accord: Alistair Flower 0419 977 871

2018 Hastings Liquor Accord golf day brings pubs and clubs together

UNITY and camaraderie were on show as pubs, clubs, breweries and supporters of the Hastings Liquor Accord came together for a round of golf on May 21.

Licensees from all licensed premises in the Hastings enjoyed a day away from their venues to promote unity and help raise much need funds.

Money raised goes toward Accord initiatives and campaigns that promote responsibility around alcohol consumption.

Read the whole article here…

Assaults at licensed venues in Manning and Hastings has dropped significantly in past decade

Licensed premises and the Manning-Hastings communities have been congratulated after figures from the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR) revealed a significant reduction in assaults.

Australian Hotels Association (AHA) NSW liquor and policing director John Green visited Taree on Tuesday, May 8 to announce that assaults have dropped by 53 per cent since 2009 across the Taree and Port Macquarie areas.

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Annual Golf Day 2018

Hastings Liquor Accord Annual Golf Day 2018Hastings Liquor Accord’s biggest fundraiser of the year; the HLA Golf Day is on Monday the 21st of May, 2018.

Limited teams & tickets available for this great day that includes a light lunch, drinks both on the course & back at the Clubhouse.

Limited carts available and can be hired directly through the Club Pro Shop.

To promote the “fun” in the day, we will be playing a 4 ball Ambrose and have loads of novelty holes and prizes including best dressed “lairy” team.

Sponsorship – The sponsorship price also includes a round for 4 players, motorised carts & the opportunity to display your product or service on an allocated hole.

Can’t play? Why not contribute with a prize or donation.

All money raised will go towards liquor accord campaigns to promote responsibility with alcohol and safe venues across the Hastings area.

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Go Buggy launches in Port Macquarie with special button in licensed premises

Go Buggy launches in Port Macquarie with special button in licensed premises

A NEW line of transport has been launched in Port Macquarie which promises to benefit the community with their Uber-like service.

Go Buggy was founded by Simon Robinson, who was a former Uber driver. He said he was looking forward to a strong marriage with Port Macquarie.

“At the moment we have three drivers, with more coming on board,” he said.

We will aim for around 15 drivers by Christmas. There is work in it and we are certainly looking for people.

“People receive the drivers name, registration plate and time of arrival. Every trip is tracked. It’s a very safe system and our drivers go through an intensive screening for the job.”

Coffs Harbour immediately embraced the service and Mr Robinson believes they will have the same success in Port Macquarie.

“We are now the preferred supplier in Coffs and found that local businesses have backed us, so much so that most pubs and clubs don’t use taxis anymore,” he said.

“We officially started four weeks ago, and are slowly rolling out.”

An exciting initiative the service offers is an ordering button, which will be located in licensed premises all over town.

The button allows the venue to book a Go Buggy for a patron, who will be able to track their driver.

“We’re just really looking forward to forming a good marriage with Port Macquarie particularly leading into, and after, the holiday period,” Mr Robinson said.

Go Buggy has been highly endorsed by the Hastings Liquor Accord, especially leading into the holiday period.

“In regional areas where we have venues a fair distance apart, some in remote locations, the more transport in our region the better,” president of the accord, Alistair Flower, said.

“We’ve worked very hard with licensed premises to get courtesy busses and things like that up and operating, and this will add to those services.

“We communicate and do a lot with Port Taxis, who have been great, but now an Uber-style service with 15 cars by Christmas is only (going to be) a great thing for our local area.

“It will allow people to enjoy our licensed premises without worrying about how they’re getting home later.”

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RSA for Frontline Staff

RSA for Frontline Staff

A collaborative initiative of the mid north coast liquor accords:
Port Macquarie Liquor Accord
Macleay Valley Liquor Accord
Nambucca Valley Liquor
Hastings Liquor Accord

A series of FREE education for RSA Competency Card Holders is available.

Tuesday 1 August

Session 1 10.00am – 12.00pm
Session 2 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Location: Panthers, 1 Bay St, Port Macquarie

Wednesday 2 August

Session 1 10.00am – 12.00pm
Session 2 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Location: South West Rocks Country Club
2 Sportsmans Way, South West Rocks



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