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Sydney set for more 'poor' air quality as NSW South Coast bushfires continue to burn

SBS Monday, 2 December 2019
The Bureau of Meteorology says smoke is forecast to linger in parts of Sydney on Tuesday, creating "poor" air quality in the city.
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