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Jan 12, 2011


R. Paul Waddington

Whilst much (press) focus is on the flooding in east portion of our continent, at the same time we have raging bush fires destroying lives, lively hood, livestock and property on the west coast. Furthermore, for some individuals flooding is a problem they are facing now and yet they have still not finished rebuilding after the bush fires, less than two year ago.
Australia, a land of contrast; described in Dorothea McKeller’s poem as a ‘land of droughts and flooding rains’. What we are witnessing now is just how closely the extremes our continent experiences often occur consecutively and or in unison, however;
Australia remains the best place in the world to be, doesn’t it Tony Z?

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