Australia rings in 2018: Things to know before the New Year’s Eve
Sydney looks all set for its $7 million fireworks display to welcome 2018. This year’s New Year’s Eve fireworks display will feature a rainbow waterfall to cascade from the Harbour Bridge as a way to celebrate the year when same-sex marriage happened to Australia.
Police are preparing to ensure security as Australian families prepare to ring in the New Year. New South Wales Counter Terrorism Minister David Elliott said the people of Australia have been advised that there is a high probability of an attack. But it looked the supposed terror threat is not stopping Australians from celebrating the start of a new year.
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