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Should the police target after-ball parties?

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Police and liquor authorities are cracking down on boozy school after-ball parties, with new hardline plans to stop students from taking buses to secret locations.

The new approach comes after a number of after-balls turned sour last year and 15 others were cancelled because of concerns over drunken behaviour.

The after-balls - often all-you-can drink events for which tickets are sold - are usually held in warehouses.

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