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City all fired up for a massive night of New Year's Eve celebrations

Madeline Link
Updated December 1 2023 - 5:20pm, first published 1:01pm
Ifritah fire dancers Wolf (front) and Kiki (back) Ifritah will send sparks flying on New Year's Eve. Picture by Jonathan Carroll
Ifritah fire dancers Wolf (front) and Kiki (back) Ifritah will send sparks flying on New Year's Eve. Picture by Jonathan Carroll

THE CITY is all fired up to ring in 2024 with more than 30,000 people expected to flock to the foreshore to celebrate New Year's Eve.

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Madeline Link

Madeline Link

Journalist

Madeline Link is a journalist at the Newcastle Herald, with a focus on Lake Macquarie City Council. To keep up with my stories, follow my Twitter @madeline_link, for tips email madeline.link@newcastleherald.com.au.

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