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Yesterday Echonetdaily mistakenly wrote that the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority inquiry into the application by Dan Murphy’s to open a store in Byron Bay was taking place today.

In fact, the meeting is next Tuesday, September 4, in the Byron Bay Community Centre at 3pm. Registrations close today. Phone 9995 0355 if you wish to attend.


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