A man has been committed to stand trial over the stabbing death of Steve Edwards outside the Wollongong methadone clinic a year ago.
Michael Gale has pleaded not guilty to a single charge of murder, amid allegations he stabbed Mr Edwards in the chest during an early morning argument outside the Denison Street clinic.
Police have previously said they were called to the clinic just before daybreak on May 4 following reports of a fight on the footpath outside.
Officers found Mr Edwards with a stab wound to his chest and tried desperately to save him.
"My understanding is CPR was administered to the male at the scene, there was an amount of blood at the scene," Superintendent Chad Gillies told reporters at the time.
Mr Edwards was rushed to hospital but could not be revived and died a short time later.
Meanwhile, a warrant was issued for Gale's arrest later that day.
He handed himself into police four days later and has been in custody ever since.
Gale is due to be formally arraigned in the NSW Supreme Court in June.