December 2003
Computer Weekly;12/9/2003, p44
Trade Publication
Next year, Bogcaster Council is taking over responsibility for licensing local pubs. Executives are putting the finishing touches to the landlords' portal, Online licence renewal, plus links to related sites, like Alcoholics Anonymous. The licence portal is becoming something of a cult site.


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