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Australia flood relief for New Zealanders a 'significant shift' - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

RNZ 06 Jul 2022
Ardern spoke in Sydney this afternoon after Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese confirmed New Zealanders would also be eligible for his government's support for people affected by flooding in Sydney and the east coast of New South Wales ... Ardern flew to the New South Wales ...
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Sydney floods burden 50,000 around Australia's largest city

The Maryville Daily Times 06 Jul 2022
Evacuation orders and warnings to prepare to abandon homes were given to 50,000 people, up from 32,000 on Monday, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said ... The New South Wales state government declared a disaster across 23 local government areas overnight, activating federal government financial assistance for flood victims.
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Thousands more flee as Sydney floods track north

Arab News 06 Jul 2022
New South Wales authorities issued fresh flood alerts north of Australia’s largest city and warned that rising, rain-swollen rivers still posed a danger in parts of Sydney despite easing rainfall in the city ... There were 21 flood rescues across New South Wales overnight, and on Wednesday more than 1,000 emergency service workers were in the field.
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NSW Govt unveils 20-year Indigenous national parks joint management plan

NIT 06 Jul 2022
The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council has been blindsided by a government plan to transfer national parks to Traditional Owners over the next 20 years ... NSWALC chairman Danny Chapman said the organisation was made aware of the plan at the last minute, but would work with the government on the proposal.
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EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney's recent flood emergencies

Springfield News-Sun 06 Jul 2022
New South Wales state Premier Dominic Perrottet said government and communities need to adapt to major flooding becoming more common across Australia’s most populous state ... Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, center right, and New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet, ...
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EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney's recent flood emergecies

San Francisco Chronicle 06 Jul 2022
Here are the climate, geographic and demographic factors behind the scale of Sydney’s latest flooding emergency. ___. LEADERS BLAME CLIMATE CHANGE. New South Wales state Premier Dominic Perrottet said government and communities need to adapt to major flooding becoming more common across Australia’s most populous state ... ___ ... .
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A2 Briefs

News-Press Now 06 Jul 2022
Evacuation orders and warnings to prepare to abandon homes were given to 50,000 people, up from 32,000 on Monday, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said ... The New South Wales state government declared a disaster across 23 local government areas overnight, activating federal government financial assistance for flood victims.
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EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney’s recent flood emergencies

Metro USA 06 Jul 2022
New South Wales state Premier Dominic Perrottet said government and communities need to adapt to major flooding becoming more common across Australia’s most populous state ... The SAM refers to the non-seasonal, north-south movement of the strong westerly winds that blow almost continuously in the mid to high latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere.
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EXPLAINER: Factors behind Sydney’s recent flood emergecies

Artesia Daily Press 06 Jul 2022
New South Wales state Premier Dominic Perrottet said government and communities need to adapt to major flooding becoming more common across Australia’s most populous state ... The SAM refers to the non-seasonal, north-south movement of the strong westerly winds that blow almost continuously in the mid to high latitudes of the southern hemisphere.
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Here Are The Factors Behind Sydney's Recent Major Flooding

NBC Bay Area 06 Jul 2022
New South Wales state Premier Dominic Perrottet said government and communities need to adapt to major flooding becoming more common across Australia’s most populous state ... New Border Wall Separating San Diego, Tijuana Could End Legacy of Friendship Park ... The state government wants ...
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Pacifc news in brief for July 6

RNZ 06 Jul 2022
The deputy leader of the Australian Greens party and New South Wales senator, Mehreen Faruqi, is urging the Australian federal government to back Vanuatu's bid to seek an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice on climate change ... Jiang said the new medical ...
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NSW Government, Opposition yet to commit to “absolutely needed” Aboriginal heritage bill

NIT 05 Jul 2022
Reforms to Aboriginal heritage protection in New South Wales are “absolutely needed”, says Labor, but neither the opposition or State Government has committed to supporting Fred Nile’s new bill ... New South Wales Aboriginal Affairs minister Ben Franklin said the State Government was ...
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Australia: Around 50,000 on evacuation alert after floods hits Sydney

India TV 05 Jul 2022
Evacuation orders and warnings to prepare to abandon homes were given to 50,000 people, up from 32,000 on Monday (July 4), New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said ... The New South Wales state government declared a disaster across 23 local government areas overnight, activating federal government financial assistance for flood victims.
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Sydney flooding peril heightens

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 05 Jul 2022
The New South Wales state government declared a disaster across 23 local government areas overnight, activating federal government financial assistance for flood victims. Evacuation orders and warnings impacted 50,000 people, up from 32,000 on Monday, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said.
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Floods burden 50,000 around Sydney

The Manila Times 05 Jul 2022
Evacuation orders and warnings to prepare to abandon homes were given to 50,000 people, up from 32,000 on Monday, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said ... The New South Wales state government declared a disaster across 23 local government areas overnight, activating federal government financial assistance for flood victims.

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