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NSW mayor slams deputy PM’s 'insulting' climate change attack during bushfires

SBS Monday, 11 November 2019
Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has attacked people for linking climate change to conditions which enabled fires in NSW and Queensland to take hold.
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