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Police lose new evidence bid in Countdown liquor ban case

Victoria Young
Wed, 09 Jul 2014

Fresh evidence from new witnesses cannot be introduced into Countdown’s appeal of a week-long liquor ban, the High Court at Auckland has ruled.

Countdown Takapuna is appealing an Alcohol Regulatory Licensing Authority decision that found the supermarket had sold liquor to an intoxicated

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Victoria Young
Wed, 09 Jul 2014
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