Music gigs and outdoor dining to help economic activity in NSW | 7NEWS

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New South Wales is in for an events boom this summer with councils announcing millions of dollars towards music gigs and outdoor dining.

It’s hoped to be a real shot-in-the-arm for the local economy.

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