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In Australia's most recent census, the West Australian mining port of Dampier was declared the richest town in the country, with nearly a quarter of households reporting they earn more than $4000 a week. However, locals say the 'richest town' label is a false one for a town that's lacking in basic services including a bank, a post office, and a medical centre. Source: abc.net.au

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