Ghost hunting equipment to be sold in NSW under new licensing regime
A new licensing scheme will see the sale of “Ghost Hunting Equipment” in NSW, under a new regime.
The NSW Licensing Authority has approved the use of “ghost hunting equipment” as part of the new licensing system, under which “ghost hunters” will be able to purchase the equipment under the current licensing scheme.NSW Licensing Minister Ian MacDonald said the new regime will make it easier for people to protect themselves and their property in the event of a natural disaster.
“This new regime means that we will not be forced to sell equipment to the highest bidder in the industry,” Mr MacDonald said.
“It is also a matter of ensuring that we can still sell our equipment to those that need it most and provide them with the best product for their needs.”
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Mr MacDonald said ghost hunters would also be able purchase “fences” and “goggles”, as well as “tent poles”.
“There will be a range of options available to the public in the NSW Licence Scheme,” he said.
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