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Hot, dry and windy weather is increasing the fire danger in parts of NSW tomorr…


Hot, dry and windy weather is increasing the fire danger in parts of NSW tomorrow. A total fire ban will be in force on Monday 23 November for the Far North Coast and North Western Fire areas. Review your bush fire survival plan and know what you will do if threatened by fire.




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