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Bush Telegraph - 2013-06-18 MP3

Xstrata mining emissions the cause of elevated lead levels in Mount Isa children: report. National Rural News June 18. Farm pesticides reduce river insects. Water and tourists return to the Menindee Lakes. Great Barrier Reef future. Source: abc.net.au

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