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09.06.2013

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Australia\'s ski fields open, but there\'s no snow MP3

The Australian ski season officially opened this weekend at resorts across New South Wales and Victoria. But there was no snow. It was an ominous signal for the local businesses which are battling not only fickle weather but stiff competition from holiday destinations overseas. Source: abc.net.au

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