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NSW wild weather: south coast towns evacuated amid flood warnings – The Guardian

SES orders parts of Moruya, Nowra and Captains Flat to evacuate as kayaker dies and flooding hits the Deua and Shoalhaven rivers



Several New South Wales south coast communities were on high alert on Monday morning as river levels continued to rise and towns evacuated.
The body of a kayaker was found in swollen river waters in southern Canberra on Sunday. He became separated from a group on the Murrumbidgee River near Canberra about 2pm on Sunday, after his boat became stuck under a bridge.
Water police, search and rescue teams and the ACT State Emergency Service were called in to search for the man, but after four hours…

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