The year is the first in which Halloween is not a federal holiday and is also the first time that Halloween does not officially begin until September 19.
The Victorian government has announced that the Halloween celebrations will start on October 3 and end on October 31.
This means the festive mood will be lost on many who will have to deal with a heavy dose of makeup.
The Halloween season is also a time for people to dress up and some people even have to make a costume to go.
The new rules will see the NSW Department of Social Services, the NSW Police Service and the ACT Government introduce new regulations and regulations for Halloween.
The rules will also give the NSW Health Department more powers to police and enforce the law.
The NSW Government has announced the new regulations will be introduced in October and will be in place for four years.
However, the State Government says there is a possibility they may be amended to allow Halloween to be celebrated in 2017.
This would mean that the NSW Government may change the Halloween law, meaning that the state would no longer be eligible for the Commonwealth Government funding.
The State Government has said that they are looking at the possibility of adding the NSW Christmas Act to the Halloween laws, which would allow it to take on the responsibilities of administering Halloween.
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