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Sydney's air quality plummets to 'hazardous' levels as smoke blankets city

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 31 October 2019
Northerly winds are blowing bushfire smoke into Sydney and health authorities are warning people to cut back or avoid outdoor activities.
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