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Saying goodbye to 2016: What big changes will you make next year?

It’s been a tough one, so all hail 2017.

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THERE’S NOW JUST more than a month to go until the jumble of celebrity deaths, political earthquakes, and global upheaval that has been 2016 comes to an end. After such a rollercoaster of a year, a positive 2017 would come as a relief. We took to the streets of Dublin to ask people what they are looking forward to in the New Year, and what big changes they see coming down the line. Reporting by Jennifer Ryan; video by Nicky Ryan (no relation).

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