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Hosts to pay for party problems

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 20 July, 2012 - 10:23 AM
Do you agree that parents should foot the bill for out of control teenage parties?

Minister for Police, Liza Harvey, wants the hosts of wild parties to foot the bill for emergency services used to control those parties. Paul Murray spoke to Naomi Oakley from U-Nome security who's says the new minister has the wrong approach to the problem.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Look, let's cut to the chase shall we. THE PROBLEM, is access to alcohol. Plain and simple. Sure some of these people are on drugs, but in the main its kids who have had too much to drink. Where do they get it? I know none of the bottle shops or pubs around here would sell it to them - too much to lose. So its either older mates, OR, the parents!! Im suggesting two things. Firstly a greater interest by the police when they nab them, about where and or who they got the binge drinking supplies from. Secondly, that there is a maximum number of people allowed at a suburban house for a 'party'. Hey, pubs numbers are governed by things like toilets, security, ect. Sorry, just thought of a third suggestion. Make the fines for supplying a minor alcohol a minimum of $1000 first offence, and triple the fines for vandalism and assault. Maybe that was 4 suggestions, I dunno.

    Bert Friday 20 July, 2012 - 12:41 PM

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