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nd (Way­side Chapel vol­un­teer Chan­tal De­nis, right). It runs from 10am-2pm, with a church ser­vice at 10.30am. Christ­mas Day Street Party, waysidechapel.org.au Thanks to a price war be­tween the ma­jor re­tail­ers, prawns will be a lit­tle more af­ford­able. All stores (bar 333 Ge­orge St and Syd­ney Met­cen­tre) are trad­ing Christ­mas Eve (hours vary). Fresh cooked medium prawns are $27 per kilo, and ex­tra large are $33. Woolworths, woolworths.com.au At Coles, where stores across NSW will trade un­til 10pm on Christ­mas Eve, Aus­tralian cooked black tiger prawns start from $25 per kilo (frozen) and fresh for $27 per kilo. Coles, coles.com.au et all your seafood needs sorted for Christ­mas lunch at the Syd­ney Fish Mar­kets who are again hold­ing a mam­moth 36-hour marathon sale. It’s a good thing thing, too, with more than 100,00 100,000 peo­ple set to visit the mar mar­kets dur­ing the event. But yo you can be as­sured there will b be less of them in the early hours of to­mor­row morn­ing. You can stock up on prawns, fish, lob­sters and more un­til 5pm t to­mor­row. There will be pa park­ing at the mar­kets or ext ex­tra spa­ces avail­able at Syd­ney Se­condary Col­lege, Black­wat Black­wat­tle Bay for $5 for two h hours. The Syd­ney Fish Mar­ket marathon, syd­ney­fish­mar­ket.com.au Alex Dihm serves up some Christ­mas prawns at De Costi seafood at the Fish Mar­kets. Pic­ture: Adam Tay­lor h he man be­hind rock ‘n roll’s most fa­mous mono­brow is tak­ing a break from slag­ging off older brother Noel to grace Aus­tralia with his in­domi in­domitable pres­ence. The younger Gal­lagher is back w with a crit­i­cally ac­claimed new al­bum, As You Were, a and is set to play the Hordern Pav­il­ion on Jan­uary 4. If re­cent UK setlists are any­thing to go by, Syd Syd­ney au­di­ences will be in for more than a to­ken O Oa­sis tune — a Manch­ester gig ear­lier this month fea­tured more than 10 of the band’s tracks. Liam GaGal­lagher, play­bil­l­v­enues.com.au

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