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For residents of (and visitors to) the Greater Sydney area, a number of changes to the New Year’s Eve fireworks display at Sydney Harbour will be in place. Green and Yellow Zones To help keep New Year’s Eve celebrations COVID safe, special zones will be established for Circular Quay, North Sydney and the city. new year eve fireworks

North Sydney council has said no businesses in its part of the green zone will be open on New Year’s Eve. In the CBD part of the green zone, you can only go to a hospitality venue if you have a … new year eve fireworks

Associated Press Sydney bans spectators from New Year’s Eve fireworks Published: Dec. 27, 2020 at 10:16 p.m. ET new year eve fireworks

Sydney, renowned for the spectacular New Year’s Eve fireworks display over its iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, is cracking down on large gatherings on December 31 amid continuing efforts … new year eve fireworks

Following the news that Mardi Gras will be returning in Sydney for 2021, the city will also be going ahead with its annual New Year’s Eve fireworks. The fireworks display is one of the biggest events on Sydney’s calendar. But after a year of COVID restrictions and social distancing, many were wondering if it would happen at all this year. new year eve fireworks

Sydney NYE 2019. The midnight New Year’s Eve fireworks on Sydney Harbour, viewed from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. 1st January 2020 (AAP) Office spaces where employees were able to get together in a COVID-safe space to enjoy the fireworks would also be permitted, she added. new year eve fireworks

Usually over a million people pack around the Sydney Harbour foreshore to celebrate and view the fireworks, but Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned that such mass public gatherings won’t be possible this year. Thousands gather at Circular Quay on New Year’s Eve last year in anticipation of the fireworks display. new year eve fireworks

Fireworks are seen from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney, Australia, on December 31, 2019. Residents of the city have been told to watch the fireworks from home … new year eve fireworks

Millions of people flock to the Sydney foreshore every New Year’s Eve however, due to COVID-19, this year’s event is quite different. The 9pm fireworks have been cancelled but the midnight show is still going ahead as a shortened 7-minute display.

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1.Sydney told to watch its famous New Year’s Eve fireworks from home

Sydney, one of the world’s first major cities to welcome each New Year with a public countdown featuring a fireworks display over its well-known Opera House, has banned large gatherings that night amid an outbreak of the coronavirus.

Published Date: 2020-12-28T14:01:00.0000000Z

2.Sydney Scales Back New Year’s Eve Fireworks Celebrations

Sydney’s world-famous New Year’s Eve celebrations are being scaled back in a bid to stop a cluster of Covid-19 infections from spreading.

Published Date: 2020-12-28T01:49:00.0000000Z

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1  Sydney New Year’s events likely to go ahead
Sydney is pushing ahead with its iconic New Year’s Eve celebrations in an effort to say good riddance to 2020. A final decision will be made after a crisis committee meeting next Wednesday.
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1.Sydney New Year’s Eve

Sydney New Year‘s Eve is an annual multi-tiered event held every New Year‘s Eve in Sydney, Australia. Centring on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and surrounding…

2.New Year’s Eve in London

London New Year’s Eve Fireworks, a New Year‘s Eve firework display, is celebrated along the Victoria Embankment and South Bank areas of the River Thames…

3.New Year’s Eve

In many countries, New Year‘s Eve is celebrated at evening parties, where many people dance, eat, drink, and watch or light fireworks. Some Christians attend…

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