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NSW floods: Western Sydney residents brace for worst flood since 1961 as Nepean River could rise by 10 metres – SBS News

Incessant rain is expected to drench parts of the state for days, with Greater Sydney’s Hawkesbury Nepean Valley – incorporating major urban centre Penrith – also…

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NSW’s mid-north coast is experiencing a “one-in-100-year” weather event while parts of western Sydney and the Hawkesbury are dealing with the worst floods the area has seen in 50 years as extreme downpours continue to batter parts of the state.
Dozens of flood warnings, evacuation warnings and evacuation orders are in place across NSW while the state and federal government have declared natural disaster zones in flood-hit areas, allowing the release of critical disaster relief funding.
Up to 1,500…

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