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Australia set for more flood misery

The town of Moree in New South Wales is suffering even more than in the floods that hit last year hailed as the worst in half a century. People are finding their own ways of coping but things aren't getting any easier. Thousands of people across New South Wales and Queensland have been cut off from the rest of the country by the latest round of floods. Air drops of food and medical supplies are helping. But weather forecasters have no good news yet. Flood warnings were in place for dozens of rivers across the two states on Saturday. Some are predicted to reach flood levels above 13 metres. And weather forecasters say the floods could on for days at least and even weeks in some areas. Paul Chapman, Reuters

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