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    Proposed extension to Keno Licence
    The operation and conduct of keno in Queensland is regulated through the Keno Act 1996, the Keno Regulation 1997, the Keno Rule 2010 and the Keno Agreement. The Keno Agreement provides the terms for the conduct of keno, the granting and termination of a keno licence, compensation payable, the rate of keno tax and associated licence fees. On 23 June 1997, a keno licence was issued to Jupiters Gami

    Liquor and Gaming Red tape reduction Amendment Bill
    The Queensland Government is committed to reducing red tape in the liquor and gaming industries. In accordance with this commitment, the Liquor and Gaming (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013 amends liquor and gaming legislation to reduce the regulatory burden, including: removal of the requirement for gambling internal control systems, other than in casinos, to be approv

    Liquor Red Tape Reduction and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013
    Government is committed to reducing the regulatory burden on the liquor and gaming industry to support tourism as one of the four pillars of the Queensland economy. In accordance with this commitment, the Liquor (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013 amends liquor and gaming legislation to implement a number of red tape reduction and miscellaneous proposals, including: exte

    Land Sales and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014
    The Land Sales Act 1984 regulates the sale of proposed allotments (i.e. unregistered subdivisions of land) and proposed lots (i.e. lots, such as apartments, in a community titles scheme sold off the plan). It establishes a regulatory framework to facilitate property development while ensuring appropriate consumer protections are provided. The Land Sales and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 w

    Construction and Tourism (Red Tape Reduction) Amendment Bill 2014
    The Government is committed to reducing red tape on industry and the community. The liquor and gaming red tape reduction program is being progressed in phases, with two Bills already delivered in May 2013 and November 2013. The Construction and Tourism (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 will amend the Gaming Machine Act 1991 to reduce red tape on community clubs by: r

    Brisbane Casino Agreement Amendment Bill 2016
    In July 2015, the Destination Brisbane Consortium was announced as the Queensland Government’s preferred proponent to deliver an iconic tourism, leisure and entertainment precinct in the heart of the Brisbane CBD. In December 2015, the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Bill 2015 (the QWB Bill) was introduced into the Legislative Assembly. The QWB Bill ratifies the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Casino Agreement

    Gaming Legislation Amendments
    The Government has considered amending the way in which gaming machine revenue from clubs that operate from more than one premises is taxed. Revenue from gaming machines is subject to a monthly gaming machine tax. For clubs, the rate of taxation is progressive. When a club operates from more than one premises, gaming revenue from all the club’s premises is aggregated before the progressive tax rat

    Keno Amendment Regulation (No 1) 2016
    The Keno Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2016 amends the Keno Regulation 2007 to provide that appointed keno agents may carry on operations for the conduct of a keno game up to two hours after liquor sales cease or for the same period of time as the allowed hours for gaming machines at the premises. Prior to 1 July 2016, both keno operations in licensed premises and gaming machine operations were re

    Major Sports Facilities and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016
    The Major Sports Facilities Act 2001 (the Act) provides a process by which events are ‘declared’ for the purpose of regulating advertising near event venues. The Act enables the regulation of advertising to protect event sponsors from unauthorised advertising by rival businesses that have not contributed to an event. The capacity to protect events and sponsors from unauthorised advertising makes v

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    12 May, 2016

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