01 January 2020 04:41
New Year's Eve marks the end of one chapter and ushers in the promise of a better tomorrow. Today (December 31) revellers in Australia began celebrating the new year before the rest of the world when the clocks struck midnight at 1pm GMT. New Year's Eve 2019 in pictures: Latest photos and Happy New Year 2020 Where to watch New Year's Eve fireworks London for free - best views Millions are now celebrating the arrival of 2020 in the belief the new year also marks the start of a new decade. Alex Whitcomb said on Twitter: "If a new decade is sounding scary to you, remember where you were 10 years ago. "So much has happened!
Some good, some bad, but you never would have been able to predict where you are now, then. "Go forth, good luck, keep your head high, and let it come to you. Happy New Year!" LIVE: New Year's Eve 2020 countdown around the world: Fireworks welcome the New Year