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Hundreds of growers affected and millions of dollars lost after SA floods MP3

It's estimated almost a third of growers in Adelaide's north, hit by intense floods over the weekend, have been affected, wiping out their livelihoods. The losses have been put at around $30 million, but with water still high in the area, the final figure is yet to be determined. The blame game has begun over why appropriate infrastructure wasn't in place to mitigate against the disaster, 11 years after a similar flo... Source: abc.net.au

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