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NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro backs down on koala policy threat

SBS Friday, 11 September 2020
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Thursday told her Nationals colleagues to declare support for her government or be sacked from cabinet.
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News video: Australian politicians are at war over koalas

Australian politicians are at war over koalas 01:20

[NFA] A dispute over policies to protect koalas has split the governing coalition in the Australian state of New South Wales in a political drama dubbed the "koala war." Emer McCarthy reports.

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