1. Melbourne to host street feast in place of New Year's Eve fireworks  The Age
  2. Empty offices prompt fears workers won't return  Sydney Morning Herald
  3. 'Far from normal': CBD businesses cling to customers as office workers stay away  The Age
  4. Melbourne’s New Year’s Eve fireworks display won’t go ahead  Herald Sun
  5. How a smaller Christmas ‘catch up’ can support Melbourne’s businesses  Herald Sun
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A two-day New Year's food festival with on-street dining in Melbourne's CBD will replace the city's usual fireworks display.A two-day New Year's food festival with on-street dining in Melbourne's CBD will replace the city's usual fireworks display.

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Just eight per cent of the city’s soaring glass office towers are currently occupied, sparking concerns the pandemic’s disruption may cause a permanent shift to far fewer workers commuting in the future.Just eight per cent of the city’s soaring glass office towers are currently occupied, sparking concerns the pandemic’s disruption may cause a permanent shift to far fewer workers commuting in the future.

Melbourne will not have New Year's Eve fireworks this year. Instead the city will have food and wine events to celebrate.Melbourne will not have New Year's Eve fireworks this year. Instead the city will have food and wine events to celebrate.

Melbourne won’t be having New Year’s Eve fireworks this year