Michael Koziol Conditions introduced in response to community concerns about alcohol-fuelled violence are hitting smaller venues instead.
"It is difficult to understand why this man has such a brain snap," Judge North said.
Peter Munro The memories spill forth as Vittorio Bianchi talks about the people and the times of 50 years serving the good, the bad and the ugly in Kings Cross.
Megan Levy A former Kings Cross bouncer and part-time actor has been identified as the most senior Australian member of the militant group Islamic State who has been recruiting young Australians to fight in...
Nick Ralston, Michael Koziol The number of savage assaults within Sydney's popular nightspots has dropped dramatically since the introduction of new "lock-out laws" and there is no evidence to prove the problems have moved...
Kirsty Needham 59 drunks banned from city bars for a year
Eryk Bagshaw Residents and local MP wants childcare centres, schools, parking and a transformation of Kings Cross station to cope with the surge in development.
Eryk Bagshaw There is big change underway in Sydney's Golden Mile. All the way down the strip in Sydney's Kings Cross, shops that once housed liquor, fast food, sex and convenience have been plastered with For...
Patrick Begley Animal, the biker philanthropist of Kings Cross, will be remembered for half a century of small kindnesses.
Jacob Saulwick The government’s transport response to alcohol-fuelled violence in Sydney’s Kings Cross is proving a flop, with barely a handful of passengers choosing to use new late-night bus services.
On Wednesday night, me and about 15 friends headed out to Kings Cross for some farewell drinks for one of our mates.
Sean Nicholls Two men with a history of violence have been banned from large venues in Kings Cross for a year under the first use of special powers introduced following the death of teenager Thomas Kelly.
Rachel Olding His friends call him ''Bones'' and they are hoping he has the strength to pull through the biggest challenge of his life.
Sean Nicholls The system of linked identification scanners for large pubs and nightclubs in Kings Cross that the NSW government planned to have in place last month might not be up and running for another six...
Sean Nicholls Two of the largest venues in Kings Cross are asking the City of Sydney council to renew trials of late trading for two years amid debate about alcohol-fuelled violence and its relationship with...
Sean Nicholls A state government crackdown on licensed venues in Kings Cross following the death of teenager Thomas Kelly has failed to improve assault rates in the street in the area, but has driven down...
Sean Nicholls Kings Cross is defying a statewide downward trend in alcohol-related assaults outside licensed venues, despite a government crackdown following the death of teenager Thomas Kelly.
Nick Ralston The father of one-punch victim Daniel Christie has told a funeral service in Sydney that his son would not have wanted people to feel hate and revenge towards others.
Lisa Davies Sydney nightclub entrepreneur John Ibrahim believes mateship is the key to stopping alcohol-fuelled violence on Sydney streets, not "ridiculous" lockouts and sanctions on venues.
Sean Nicholls A ban on bikies wearing club insignia from entering pubs and clubs in Kings Cross will be extended to include the notorious Sydney gang Brothers 4 Life.