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'It's climate change, there's no doubt about it': NSW mayor frustrated by PM's response to bushfires

SBS Saturday, 9 November 2019 ()
Glen Innes Severn Council mayor Carol Sparks has appealed to Scott Morrison to accept that climate change is linked to the unprecedented fires burning in NSW.
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