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New year celebrations are in full flow in parts of the world where 2023 has already arrived.

The Pacific nation of Kiribati was the first to welcome in the new year, followed by New Zealand an hour later.

And thousands gathered in Sydney for the Australian city’s renowned fireworks display.

Fireworks in Sydney

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People watch 9pm fireworks at Sydney Botanic Gardens, in Australia

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Man wears Happy New Year glasses and strikes a thumbs up as he celebrates New Year in Sydney

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People welcomed 2023 with live music and fireworks at New Year's Eve celebration at Hagley Park, in Christchurch, New Zealand

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Fireworks after the Men's Big Bash League match between the Adelaide Strikers and the Melbourne Stars at Adelaide Oval, Australia

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People take photos with their mobile phones in front of "Happy New Year 2023" light illuminations

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A New Year's Eve fireworks and light show attracts thousands of visitors to the West Tour Park in Huai 'an, East China's Jiangsu province

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Bottles of wine are pictured in the back of a tuk-tuk during celebrations in Bangkok

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Source: BBC

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