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Noise complaints near pubs – should common sense prevail?

On Friday the Supreme Court of WA dismissed an application for a final injunction by a resident hoping to place noise restrictions on one of Australia’s most iconic pubs, the Raffles Hotel.

Further to that, court documents have revealed at least two occasions during which the mining billionaire plaintiff, Derek Ammon behaved unreasonably, including by throwing tomatoes and water bottles at sound equipment belonging to the Raffles Hotel.

On Perth Tonight Chris spoke with Australian Hotels Association (AHA) WA CEO, Bradley Woods about the decision.

 

Image: Raffles Perth

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