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Sale of Liquor Act
1989 Section 31(3)
D.G. Hatfield Ltd, PO
Box 5398 Dunedin
wine maker has made
application to the Dis-
trict Licensing Agency
at Alexandra for the
renewal of a Off Li-
cence in respect of the
premises situated at
473 Dunstan Road,
Alexandra known as
Dunstan Road Wines-
.The general nature of
the business conduc-
ted under licence is
the sale of wines.
The days on which
and the hours during
which liquor is
intended to be sold
under the licence are:
Monday to Sunday
10.30am to 5pm from
March to August
inclusively each year
Monday to Sunday
10am to 7.30pm from
September to Febru-
ary inclusively each
The application may
be inspected during
ordinary offices hours
at the office of the
Central Otago District
Licensing Agency at 1
Alexandra. Any per-
son who is entitled to
object and who wishes
to object to the grant of
the application may,
not later than ten
working days after the
date of the first publi-
cation of this notice,
file a notice in writing
of the objection with
the Secretary of the
Agency, PO Box 122,
This is the first publi-
cation of this notice.
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available from the contact persons or on the website
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Applications close at 5.00pm Wednesday 28th November
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APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDING
The Trustpower Central Otago Lend a Hand Foundation aims to assist
small charitable organisations and individuals in the Central Otago area
by providing funding, mentoring or the provision of goods and services.
The key driver of the Foundation is to provide a hand up not a hand out.
Applications for funding are being sought from charitable organisations
and individuals, and application information is available from:
Rotary Club of Alexandra Rotary Club of Cromwell Rotary Club of Roxburgh
PO Box 191, Alexandra PO Box 60, Cromwell PO Box 39, Roxburgh
Phone 03 448 8484
Phone 03 445 3622
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Fully completed applications are to be returned no later than
30 November for consideration at the next meeting of the trustees
on 6 December 2012.
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