2011 Residents' Association

Residents of Kings Cross, Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Woolloomooloo

“Last Drinks” a Big Success

Last Drinks a Big Success in NSW, say Official Statistics

Restricted Hours Works — Kings Cross and Sydney City experience

Kings Cross, 26 June 2015

“Fact v Fiction” versus the timing of alcohol related incidents in KX

The simple OLGR graph and following government data defeats the attached AHA argument that attempts to undermined the success of a modest reduction in late trading hours.

The much publicised deaths of two (amongst a number of deaths) young men in KX before midnight distorts the true picture of the timing of harms and criminal liquor related incidents revealed in a 2012 government report.

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02-kings-cross-nsw-glassing-incidents-by-trading-hour

 

03-incident-register-data-by-trading-hour-TABLE

04-incident-register-data-by-trading-hour-GRAPH

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06-number-of-incidents-in-last-12-months

07-non-DV-assault-in-kings-cross-nsw-LAC-graph

Click on the following link to see Excel file:

08-non-DV assaults-in-kings-cross-nsw-by-day-of-week-and-time-of-day-Jan2013-to-Dec2014

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