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Boaties warned to stay off the water as Cyclone Oma looms

The Age Wednesday, 20 February 2019
Boaties warned to stay off the water as Cyclone Oma loomsWater police say predicted eight-metre waves and 110km/h winds are a deadly hazard for beachgoers.
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