The Northern Territory Minister responsible for Liquor Licensing has come under fire for comments he made at the Australian Hotels Association dinner last night, with a leading advocate calling them 'borderline delusional, hysterical and extremist'.
These comments appear to provide some insight into the NT government's approach to alcohol policy.
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