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Climate activists rally outside NSW parliament

SBS Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Climate activists have rallied outside New South Wales parliament following comments by the Deputy Prime Minister yesterday. Michael McCormack slammed comments that linked climate change to the unprecedented bushfire danger across NSW and QLD.
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