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The streets and laneways of Haymarket, Darling Square and Darling Harbour will come to life on Lunar New Year's Day for Sydney's biggest block party.
The City of Sydney is continuing to drive gender equity across its workforce, with its latest review showing an overall gender pay gap in favour of women.
A new City of Sydney harbour walk will share and celebrate new and old stories of the First Peoples of Australia with public art, exhibitions and events at cultural institutions and significant harbour locations.
A symbolic message stick will be presented to Lord Mayor Clover Moore to accept on behalf of Sydney this New Year's Eve as a gift from the Gadigal people.
本届悉尼跨年庆典上，市长Clover Moore将代表悉尼市，接受原住民赠予的一根象征承载了土著民族不朽文化的信息棒（message stick），以此赠礼体现悉尼海域的原始看护者 -- 盖蒂高民族（Gadigal people）友善迎宾的意愿。
Sydney will welcome a new decade with a symphony of light, colour and Australian sounds as part of the world's best New Year's Eve party.
Internationally renowned architect Sir David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates and award-winning Sydney-based contemporary Aboriginal artist Daniel Boyd have been chosen to design a new public square, plaza building and public artwork.
Market stalls full of festive wares and jingles in the air will encourage everyone to step into the Christmas spirit at the City of Sydney’s first Christmas fair at Green Square.
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