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Informant: Rivers of tears at home and away District News


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It’s always been one of those “unspoken truths”: if it doesn’t happen in Sydney or Melbourne, it doesn’t matter. Well, politicians don’t care. In the flooded north of New South Wales a large number of people would agree with this right now, and since the Hawkesbury River on the outskirts of Sydney exceeded the floods in March 2021, this discontent is likely to be traced down the coast. When was the last flood in New Wales? Yes, almost 12 months ago. It was March 20, 2021, when the ACM published a video of a house being demolished on a river on the state’s north coast. Now that the weather forecast is somewhat correct, this year’s “rare thunderstorm” expects even more. The Ilawara region, south of Sydney, has coped with everything from a sudden flood to horizontal rain and even today’s highway ditch. Rescue Border Collies on surfboards has given a new look to dog riding, and the beach is famous for its gorgeous whiteness now … well, red. In Queensland – also not in Sydney or Melbourne – Australian defense personnel are scheduled to arrive at 10 locations in the next 24 hours. Great – disrespecting them, Mr. Dathan. But believe it or not, disaster relief was activated in Queensland eight days ago. Eight! This is a timely response – especially when the death toll is now 13 people. In New Wales, the bodies of a mother and son were discovered after their car was found in a storm canal today, bringing the death toll to six. And when the harsh weather and its effects are literally falling on the east coast, for the 13th day in a row Ukraine is struggling to push away from Russia. Pope Francis said: “Rivers of blood and tears are flowing in Ukraine. It is not just a military operation, but a war that leads to death, destruction and suffering. ” It continues. Up to five million Ukrainians are reported to be able to leave the country if Russia’s invasion continues, while the UN refugee agency said it has left more than 1.7 million Ukrainians so far. Moving domestically and around the world. If you’re lucky, thank you for your home tonight. Did you know that you can receive this daily digest by email? SUBSCRIBE HERE NEWS, YOU NEED TO KNOW:



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