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# 50343 24-Nov-2009 17:13
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Ive heard also they are increasing police numbers?

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  # 275878 24-Nov-2009 17:25
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Cant see a problem with an alcohol ban

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  # 275897 24-Nov-2009 18:08
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Most public events such as this all have alcohol bans now. Too many young people who can't control their drinking and ruin it for everybody.


 
 
 
 


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  # 275901 24-Nov-2009 18:10
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What is the issue?

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  # 275913 24-Nov-2009 18:34
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Sounds like another richgamer :P

From the council website;

SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT ALCOHOL BAN AREAS
The nine permanent Alcohol Ban Areas are:
● Central City
● Hagley Park and Environs - Coca Cola Christmas in the Park
● South Colombo
● New Brighton Mall, Marine Parade and Environs
● Northlands Mall Surrounds
● Sumner Esplanade
● Jellie Park
● Akaroa
? Spencer Park

● Hagley Park and Environs - Coca Cola Christmas in the Park; 10:00pm ? 7:00am, 7 days a week


Carols in the Park - is just outside the permanent ban zone.


But as has been pointed out, they aer public, family/child orientated events, so they may but a ban in place.

As for police, they would be stupid not to put more out there. There will be stupid kids who go out there are ruin it for others.

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# 275922 24-Nov-2009 19:04
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rscole86: Sounds like another richgamer :P


That is what I thought as well when I read it

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