An Australian summer that refuses to throw in the towel

Sydney Morning Herald: This summer has been called everything from "extreme" to "angry" and for large swathes of the country those adjectives still apply. Cities such as Melbourne and Adelaide are midway through long heatwaves with no relief expected until Thursday. Nationally, summer was the hottest since consistent records began in 1910. The big dry now extends across much of southern Australia and even the Top End is looking at its driest "wet" season in two decades. Along the east coast, communities from the......

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