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Canberra remembers 10 years on MP3

A decade ago Canberra was hit by one of Australia's worst ever natural disasters, a firestorm which claimed four lives and 500 homes. Many have rebuilt, but remain shocked at the lack of official warning they were given about the threat to Canberra's suburbs. Source: abc.net.au

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