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Endangered 'dinosaur' Wollemi pines saved by firefighters ahead of bushfires

SBS Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Authorities are preparing for forecast heavy rains that could impact water quality and lead to flooding and land slips in bushfire-ravaged parts of NSW.
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Authorities are preparing for forecast heavy rains that could impact water quality and lead to flooding and land slips in bushfire-ravaged parts of NSW.
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