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The “Flock” Phenomenon of the Sydney Lockout Laws: Dual

6 hours ago evidence for the displacement effect of geographical alcohol regulatio, this paper ns investigates the effect of the Sydney lockout laws on rental prices in the displacement areas. We find differential flock effects“ ”: a negative effect on dwellings and a small positive effect on large dwellings.

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Sydney’s Lockout Laws — Yea or Nay?

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Sydney Lockout Laws: What Is It & Where Does it Apply

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Sydney lockout laws eradicate alcoholrelated assault

9 hours ago The NSWNMA said the lockout laws have already saved $500,000 at St Vincent's Hospital alone, due to a reduction in ambulance and medical costs linked to fewer surgeries for fractures. There

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Lockout Laws Don’t Reduce Alcohol Consumption

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Impacts of Sydney LockOut Laws Analysis — White Box

4 hours ago In February 2014, Sydney introduced new laws to curb alcohol-fuelled violence within Sydney CBD (1.30am lockouts and 3am last drinks at bars, pubs and clubs). With the latest news that the lock-out laws will be lifted from 14th January 2020, we looked back at the impact the laws had on related crime within and just outside the designated zones.

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Lockout laws: The truth about strict alcohol laws as

7 hours ago Keep Sydney Open, an anti-lockout law lobby group, has argued that the Sydney restrictions had achieved little, except to negatively impact …

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‘Last drink’ laws, not lockouts, reduce alcoholfuelled

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NSW Lock Out Laws: Bad for Business or is it an Opportunity?

8 hours ago The laws include: a 10pm cut-off for the purchase of takeaway alcohol. 1:30am lock out from hotels, nightclubs, some clubs and licenced karaoke venues and a 3:00am drinks service cut-off. the imposition of a 48 hour ban from the entire Precinct for ‘troublemakers’. a freeze of 2 years on the issue of any liquor licence applications.

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Sydney's Lockout Laws Will Be Wound Back in January 2020

9 hours ago Five years after they were first introduced to curb alcohol-fuelled violence, Sydney's lockout laws are finally set to be lifted in the CBD. Premier Gladys Berejiklian first announced plans to repeal the lockouts back in September, and now we finally know when this will happen: January 14, 2020.So you'll be able to party late without worrying that you'll be left out in the cold.

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Looking Back on 5 Years of Lockout Laws The Cabin Sydney

4 hours ago Sydney Law School Professor Murray Lee points out that what originally stifled Sydney’s once-vibrant live music scene wasn’t the lockout laws, but the introduction of more poker machines in major hotels that moved into the CBD. Once gambling proved to be more lucrative, pokies began to replace bands as the preferred style of entertainment.

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Lockout laws begin aimed at reducing alcoholrelated

Just Now New rules for licensed premises aimed at curbing alcohol-related violence have started in Sydney. The changes mean pubs, clubs and bars will lock out …

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Are residents better off under the Sydney ‘lockout laws

Just Now The lockout law prohibits people entering hotels, registered clubs, nightclubs and karaoke bars after 1.30am in several areas of Sydney’s CBD (also called the Sydney Entertainment Precinct). These venues also have to stop serving alcohol after 3am. This law is a type of “geographically targeted crime control”. This means it targets “hot

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Sydney 'lockout' laws: Australian city ends controversial

9 hours ago Controversial laws blamed for ruining nightlife in Australia's largest city, Sydney, will be almost completely scrapped from January, officials say. The so-called "lockout" laws, enacted in 2014

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Are There Any Changes To Liquor Laws In Nsw

4 hours ago Alcohol and the law State Library of NSW. 4 hours ago Alcohol and the law. It is legal to drink and sell alcohol in Australia, provided certain conditions are met. Consumption of alcohol in designated alcohol-free zones is illegal. Police can detain a person who is drunk in a …

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Sydney Lockout Laws Repealed — BSV Lawyers

4 hours ago The NSW Government has recently announced a range of liquor law reforms set to take effect on 14 January 2020, including lifting lockout laws in the Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct. The lockout laws were brought into effect in 2014 in response to growing concerns regarding the negative effects of alcohol-fuelled violence in Sydney’s CBD

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NSW Government's response to lockout and last drinks laws

Just Now In line with the review, lockout laws will be relaxed for live entertainment venues in Sydney’s CBD and Kings Cross and takeaway and home delivery alcohol sales will be extended from 10pm to 11pm across the State. As recommended by Mr Callinan, a two-year trial of a later 2am lockout and 3.30am last drinks will be allowed via exemption for

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Sydney’s lockout laws scrapped, except in Kings Cross

3 hours ago Sydney's controversial lockout laws will be dramatically rolled back in an effort to strengthen the night-time economy, the NSW Government has announced. Join 1.7 Million Subscribers

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Alcohol Reform and Lockout Laws SlideShare

9 hours ago Correcting the Sydney lockout myths 15 "THE LIQUOR LAW REFORMS HAVE NOT BEEN EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING ALCOHOL-RELATED HARM" THE FACTS ;; Following the introduction of liquor law reforms, non-domestic assaults during the lockout period on weekend nights reduced by 70.2 per cent in Kings Cross and 30.7 per cent in the Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct.

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Do Sydney's lockout laws actually work? New stats released

2 hours ago Opponents say there’s been an 80% reduction in pedestrian traffic in Kings Cross and Oxford Street, citing a City of Sydney report released in September 2015, but the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education puts that figure at a 19.4% reduction between 5pm and …

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Sydney's Lockout Laws Are they Working?

3 hours ago Sydney’s Lockout Laws, Are they working? In January 2014, NSW introduced reforms to the NSW Liquor Act, otherwise referred to as “lockout laws” that restricts alcohol sales in an attempt to reduce violent alcohol-fueled assaults. Three of the key reforms in these lockout areas are:-Bottle shops cannot sell alcohol after 10 pm.

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Lock out laws – a view from the coalface

4 hours ago NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian recently announced plans to conduct another review of Sydney's lockout laws. Introduced in 2014 to minimise the harm from alcohol in Sydney's night-life scene, the lockout laws came into effect in the wake of increased alcohol-related violence and injury overwhelming the inner city hospital system, and the one punch deaths of teenagers Thomas Kelly …

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Sydney’s lockout laws – have they worked? SBS News

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1. The latest data, for the quarter ending September, from the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR) says non-domestic violent assaults (NDVAs) have decreased across Sydney for years. Between 12am and 6am, NDVAs have decreased across the Sydney and Kings Cross Local Area Commands at a faster rate than the Greater Sydney area, the BOCSAR data says. Crime researcher and BOCSAR director, Doctor Don Weatherburn, said the effects from Sydney’s lockout and last drinks laws were unknown, since the laws were so new. “Too early to tell,” Dr Weatherburn said. Dr Weatherburn pointed to the dropping numbers of NDVAs across Sydney, which make comparisons harder. NSW Police were contacted for comment, but declined the chance for an interview. In August, the Daily Telegraph reported Central Metropolitan Commander Assistant Commissioner Mick Fuller's positive comments about the lockout laws. The Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct. Pic: City of Sydney, NSW Government.

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“Lockout” Law Evaluation

7 hours ago Media Release: “Lockout” Law Evaluation. Release date: 10.30am, Thursday 16 April 2015 and revised 29 April 2015. Full report: Lockouts and last drinks: The impact of the January 2014 liquor licence reforms on assaults in NSW, Australia (pdf 3.1Mb) Reforms to the NSW Liquor Act introduced following the death of Daniel Christie appear to have substantially reduced the incidence of …

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The Lockout laws submission Liquor & Gaming NSW

5 hours ago lockout laws in a rally organised byKeep Sydney Open. Today a search for “New South Wales” “Lockout Laws” in Google News yields over 5,000 articles written on the topic, the majority being negative on these laws, and other restrictions on civil

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Sydney lockout laws to be scrapped by December, to remain

3 hours ago The inquiry urges lockout laws to be scrapped, but not in Kings Cross. The inquiry recommended the laws, including 1.30am lockouts and 3am alcohol service cut-offs, be axed from licensed venues in

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Sydney lockout laws Wikipedia

9 hours ago The Sydney lockout laws were introduced by the Government of New South Wales from February 2014 to January 2020 in the CBD and Oxford Street (and until March 2021 for Kings Cross) with the objective of reducing alcohol-fuelled violence. The legislation required 1.30am lockouts and 3am last drinks at bars, pubs and clubs in the Sydney CBD entertainment precinct.

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How Sydney's Lockout Laws Have Really, Truly Affected Your

Just Now THE FINDINGS: SYDNEY LIVE MUSIC HAS BEEN CRUSHED BY THE LOCKOUTS "Musicians and other entertainers have been adversely economically affected by the laws." There it is, folks. Straight up. Callinan didn't beat around the bush on this front, and if there's one beacon of hope above all others in this review for those seeking a relaxation or complete removal of the lockout laws, …

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Sydney’s Lockout Laws to Be Relaxed

1 hours ago Mr Baird has said that, moving forward, there will be annual reviews of lockout laws, and he won’t hesitate to reinstate the tougher rules if there is a rise in alcohol fuelled violence. Conversely, the government may consider a further relaxation if violence comes under control, and the new rules lead to business and job growth.

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Sydney lockout laws to be scrapped in January The

9 hours ago Controversial lockout laws in Sydney will be overturned in January 2020 following a government review, which will mean extended trading hours for the city’s bars and drinks retailers.

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How Sydney’s lockout laws are affecting property prices

4 hours ago 12 May 2016, 6:05 pm. How Sydney’s lockout laws are affecting property prices. Sydney’s Kings Cross area used to be well known for all-night partying and free flowing alcohol, but since the lockout laws were implemented the area has turned into a ghost town and property prices are shifting. The new laws – introduced in response to the

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Topic Sydney lockout laws The Sydney Morning Herald

3 hours ago Sydney’s final lockout laws will be axed as the government tries to revitalise the night-time economy. by Benjamin Law; a freeze on new alcohol licences has been in …

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Sydney lockout laws to be reviewed The New Daily

Just Now Sydney's controversial lockout laws might be rolled back, with a cross-party parliamentary committee set to examine the move. Join 1.7 Million Subscribers Subscribe for free to …

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Lockout laws to be relaxed in Sydney Media, Telecoms, IT

5 hours ago The resulting lockout laws were intended to reduce alcohol fuelled violence across the Sydney CBD entertainment precinct, including Kings Cross, Darlinghurst, Cockle Bay, The Rocks and Haymarket. The legislation mandated 1.30am lockouts and 3am last drinks at bars, pubs and clubs.

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Are Sydney Lockout Laws On The Way Out? LegalVision

6 hours ago Sydneysiders are likely familiar with the ‘lockout laws’ which have applied to the CBD and Kings Cross districts since 2014. In mid-September, the Honorable Ian Callinan AC QC (and retired Justice of Australia’s High Court) produced a report on the impact of the laws. Below, we revisit the lockout laws and summarise the report’s findings.

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Curfews and lockouts: battles over drinking time have a

8 hours ago The ongoing controversy about the effectiveness of the New South Wales government’s lockout laws and their impact on Sydney’s nightlife is part of a broader pattern in the city’s history.

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What Does Sydney Really Think About the Lockout Laws?

7 hours ago Young Liberals What they believe: There are alternatives to lockout laws, and all we are doing is punishing the collective rather than championing individual responsibility.. In a sentence: “The economic and cultural impact these laws have had on NSW has been deleterious.”. Interesting because: It’s not every day that an entire political movement actively opposes the leader of its party.

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Bernard Keane: Sydney's lockout laws are based on lies

Just Now There’s a simple reason why Sydney now has these stupid, appalling lockout laws that have crushed businesses, cut wages and jobs for people in hospitality, musicians and cabbies, and turned much of the early morning city into a ghost-town. Between 2007 and the lockout laws, Australians’ alcohol consumption fell by 10%, says the

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How Sydney's Lockout Laws Changed The City's Nightlife

8 hours ago John Graham, a Labor member on the parliamentary inquiry into the lockout laws, told the SMH that there was a net loss of a whopping 176 venues across Sydney since the introduction of the laws.

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The review into Sydney’s lockout laws says the city’s

9 hours ago The review into Sydney’s lockout laws says the city’s nightlife is dire – and it’s time to bring back straight whisky at midnight James Hennessy Sep. 30, 2019, 12:31 PM Facebook LinkedIn

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Sydney's lockout laws: five key facts about the city's

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Sydney's lockout laws likely to be relaxed as Premier

3 hours ago There's a reason there was an 8.2% swing against the LNP and Labor at the last election and its not just lockout laws. 35% of the LC vote went to non-major parties it was 27% in 2015 and 30% in 2011, 27% in 2007 and 22% in 2003.

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Here's What The Lockout Laws Have Done To Sydney's Nightlife

7 hours ago Koh believes that the issue of alcohol-fuelled violence was exaggerated by the NSW government, pointing to figures which show violence was at a 10-year low before lockout laws

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Lockout laws: Study finds no difference made, except

5 hours ago A study into controversial lockout laws has found they offer virtually no benefit in reducing violence, stemming heavy intoxication and making patrons less fearful.

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Topic Sydney lockout laws Australian Financial Review

Just Now Lockout laws in Sydney CBD to go amid outcry. The NSW premier is planning on scrapping Sydney's lockout laws for most of the CBD but the move has been slammed by critics who argue public safety

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New Liquor Laws for NSW Passed in Parliament

4 hours ago There are a lot of competing interests here in a bid to curb alcohol fuelled violence, but the announcement of this new law has upset a lot of people in the small bar sector. These are bars that have never had issues with violence and make a good deal of their revenue between 1am-3am. Undoubtedly this law will affect their business.

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Lockout to commence from 24 February NSW Department of

7 hours ago The new Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct stretches from parts of Surry Hills in the south to The Rocks in the north and from Kings Cross in the east to Cockle Bay. From 24 February, patrons and licensees across the Sydney CBD Entertainment and Kings Cross Precincts must comply with a 1.30am lockout and 3am cease alcohol service.

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Alcohol laws in Australia Australian Government

7 hours ago Alcohol laws help to reduce the harmful effects of alcohol on individuals, families and communities. Some laws, such as the legal drinking age, are the same across Australia. Other laws, such as where you can drink, are different in each state and territory.

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When did the lockout laws start in Sydney?

In a bid to end alcohol-fuelled violence in Sydney the NSW government passed the proposal for city-wide lockout laws. The Sydney lockout laws began at 1:30am on February 14, 2014. Patrons are no longer able to enter venues after 1:30am and after 3am alcohol is permitted from being served in the Sydney CBD Entertainment precinct.

When is last drink served in lockout in Sydney?

The law goes on to include the “lockout” of new patrons at 1:30am with last drinks to be served before 3am. The consequences of not abiding by the legislation are significantly worse for establishments than for individuals. Venues will be slapped with a penalty notice can be issued for a breach of a liquor licence condition.

Are there still lockout laws in Sydney CBD?

The NSW Government will scrap the lockout for all venues in the Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct (below). They will, however, remain in place in the Kings Cross area. The winding back of the lockout laws means a lot of big changes for venues in the above area — and not just the scrapping of the 1.30am last entry.

Where do you not sell alcohol in Sydney?

The Sydney CBD Entertainment precinct includes venues in Darlinghurst, Cockle Bay, The Rocks, Haymarket and Kings Cross and some parts of Surry Hills (see map below). The law states that the following drinks must not be sold or supplied on the licensed premises on any night of the week after midnight until closing or,

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