AUSTRALIA: Restaurants given a year to comply with non-smoking areas legislation
Restaurants across Australia have been given one year to completely eradicate the practice of smoking indoors. After the deadline, non-compliant businesses will face a fine of up to A$1,500. Eateries must also provide non-smoking parts in their outdoor seating areas. Health Minister Wendy Edmond commented that the year-long deadline would mean companies have more than enough time to enforce any necessary changes, but that they will not receive any government assistance. Spokespeople from the
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