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'we'd be more than happy to be any type of help, but we're not an event planner and we can't put on a concert.'
they declined to comment further on their business, citing the ongoing legal battle between them and the group.
a spokesman for the council said it had not contacted the group, or any other for-profit groups, and does not have the power to suspend companies.
'the council cannot do business or provide services with others that have a history of insolvency or financial failure,' the spokesman said.
for now, it is unclear if the group, which appears to use a melbourne-based subsidiary called musicworks, is planning to launch their project in nsw.
the group, which says its mission is to 'change attitudes about australia's multicultural society', is still being kept up to date by email about their website, but the site had not been changed or updated on thursday afternoon.
however, the group's current facebook page has made no mention of the melbourne concert at all.
in a new interview published on youtube titled 'melbourne, you have a problem', mr yip says the group has 'no plans to do anything in sydney'.
'we haven't approached the council yet,' mr yip said.
'if we do, we'll get back to you as soon as we know more.