The City of Sydney are seeking feedback on the proposed changes to their late-night trading regulations. These changes are all about cutting red tape to make it easier for businesses to stay open longer and for more cultural activity to take place late at night. We encourage you to have your say in the short online form by 5pm on Friday 8 February 2019.
Published in the Sydney Morning Herald 29th November 2018
Written by Linda Morris
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