New Year’s Eve celebrations back to normal for 2023 | ABC News

New year's eve celebrations back to normal for 2023 | abc news

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After two years of COVID disruptions, the Sydney Harbour foreshore will be back to capacity for this year’s celebration, hosting more than a million people.

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