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'Twice the size of Debbie': 600km-wide Cyclone Oma to bring 7m waves

The Age Friday, 22 February 2019
'Twice the size of Debbie': 600km-wide Cyclone Oma to bring 7m wavesThe premier has warned against camping, boating, fishing, swimming and surfing this weekend from the central Queensland coast to the NSW border.
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