Banning Aldi booze implies we’re all alcoholics in WA

Banning Aldi booze implies we’re all alcoholics in WA

Closer scrutiny of the cheapest alcohol available at Western Australia’s major liquor retailers shows Aldi has every right to appeal a decision to reject its application to sell booze at one of its stores. The director of Liquor Licensing rejected the German supermarket giant’s bid to sell alcohol at its Harrisdale store, one of a number of Aldi’s soon to open in Perth, because it believed its booze was so cheap it would cause more harm to public health than rival competitors owned by established conglomerates Woolworths and Coles.

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