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Homeless Blue Mountains residents frustrated by government delays MP3

Blue Mountains residents who lost their homes in last month's bushfire say they're still waiting for the NSW government to clear their properties. They've compared the state government's response to the clean up effort after fires in Victoria and Tasmania, where demolition contracts were issued within days. Source: abc.net.au

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