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Temporary laneway bar and restaurant SugaTeca will not return to this year's Fringe after the State Government increased liquor licence fees. Photo: Driller Jet Armstrong
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“Sneaky and outrageous”: Cost blowout to Fringe liquor licences

Pop-up bars operating over the Fringe will this year be forced to fork out up to thousands of dollars more in temporary liquor licensing costs, prompting concerns small businesses will be locked-out from contributing to the festival’s atmosphere.

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"Time to bin them": City 'lockout laws' face review

UPDATED | South Australia’s ‘late night code’ will face a comprehensive review as senior Liberals push for an end to the contentious ‘lockout laws’ introduced by the former Labor government in a bid to curb alcohol-fuelled violence in the city’s west.