How liquor store will reopen for Christmas after Christmas Eve fire

The store, in the Glebe, will reopen on Christmas Eve after a fire destroyed it on January 10.

The blaze was contained to the rear of the store.

The fire was reported about 10:30pm on January 11.

Fire crews from the city’s fire service were called to the Gleb after receiving reports of a fire at the store in the early hours of January 11, 2017.

They were able to contain the blaze to the building’s rear.

The Glebe fire service confirmed they received a report of a blaze in the store at about 12:00am on January 12, 2017 and that there was smoke from the fire.

“At this stage, the fire is under control and no-one is in imminent danger,” a statement from the Glebi Fire Service read.

The cause of the fire has not been determined, and it is unclear whether it was the result of arson.

A post-mortem examination is currently being conducted to establish the cause of death.

The store will be open until December 30, 2017 to celebrate the holiday season.

“The community was very touched by the loss of this iconic, iconic family business, which we have come to know over many years,” a spokeswoman for the supermarket chain said.

“We are also grateful to our loyal customers for their support and the loyalty they have shown over the last three decades.””

We are also grateful to our loyal customers for their support and the loyalty they have shown over the last three decades.”