Police end trial extension of liquor licensing hours at Clarke Quay after crime rise

Under the rules introduced in 2013, bars and clubs in Clarke Quay could no longer sell liquor until 6am; they had to stop by 4am on Sundays and public holidays and by 3am the rest of the week. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - A trial extension to liquor licensing hours for certain operators at Clarke Quay has been ended by the police after four months.

Last August, selected nightclubs and bars at the party hotspot were given some reprieve from stricter controls in the area that were introduced in 2013.

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