2017 New Year's celebrations


WATCH: Sydney rings in the New Year with epic fireworks show

PUBLISHED Sat, December 31, 2016 - 7:54am EST

NOTE: Video starts at 1:46:20

The Australian city of Sydney has welcomed the new year with a spectacular fireworks display over the famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House. It is one of the largest fireworks displays in the world.

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 9 months   WATCH LIVE: New Year’s celebrations in New York City

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 9 months   WATCH: Hong Kong welcomes 2017 with epic show

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Hong Kong ushered in the New Year with an epic fireworks show.

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 9 months   Tonga, Samoa and Kiribati are first to welcome the new year

              The Pacific island nations Tonga, Samoa, and parts of Kiribati were the first places in the world to welcome the new year on Sunday. Auckland in New Zealand will be the world's first major city to usher in 2017. (more) Read More

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