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Lismore’s Jacks Bar has been taken off the violent venues list, which has just been released by NSW Liquor & Gaming.

Fifteen licensed venues across the state have been named on the NSW government’s latest half-yearly violent venues list.

At number one is Sydney’s Ivy, which has a category all for itself and incurred 36 incidents.

Other notable Sydney venues with high violence include Home Nightclub (17), PJ’S Irish Pub Parramatta (16), Sydney Junction Hotel (16) and The Sunken Monkey Hotel (16). On the north coast, Coffs Harbour Hotel and The Coast Hotel (Coffs Harbour) also made the list with 12 incidents. 

The full list can be downloaded here.


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