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Revellers in Orange well behaved on NYE: police



By Peter Holmes


Deserted: Summer Street, Orange, at about 6:15am on January 1, 2022. Copyright: Orange News Examiner.

Police have reported a quiet night in Orange on New Year's Eve.


As the sun rose over the city on Saturday morning, all was still. The main drag was clean, tidy and empty, with no debris of the human or rubbish kind to be found.



A new dawn in a new year as the sun rises over east Orange, January 1, 2022. Copyright: Orange News Examiner..

Inspector David Maher from Orange Police told The Orange News Examiner ahead of New Year's Eve that there would be an increased police presence in the city, with extra officers rostered on.


Early on Saturday morning police said it had been low-key night, with revellers well-behaved and "no dramas".


Morning glory in Orange, January 1, 2022. Copyright: Orange News Examiner.

One petrol station employee on an early shift told The Orange News Examiner that it was a very low key scene in her neck of the woods, with the only irritant "the bloody [fire] crackers going off".


It was also a quiet night for firies, with Orange Fire Station reporting no call-outs of note.

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