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02.03.2011

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Temporary accommodation for Yasi communities MP3

The type of temporary accommodation used in mining communities is being brought into areas hit hardest by tropical cyclone Yasi. It's been a month since the category five system devastated parts of north Queensland, leaving hundreds of homes uninhabitable or destroyed. Authorities are now trying to house 1500 displaced people. Source: abc.net.au

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