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BtN Newsbreak: August 10, 2020
August 10, 2020
ABC Me  |  August 10, 2020

A state of environmental emergency has been declared in the island of Mauritius after a cargo ship that ran aground on a coral reef near the coast has started leaking oil. Wild weather hits NSW including flooding, wind and rain. The famous radio telescope known as The Dish which helped broadcast the first moon landing is being added to the national heritage list. Australia Post has launched a special collection of Aussie wildlife stamps to celebrate Stamp Collecting Month.

A state of environmental emergency has been declared in the island of Mauritius after a cargo ship that ran aground on a coral reef near the coast has started leaking oil. Wild weather hits NSW including flooding, wind and rain. The famous radio telescope known as The Dish which helped broadcast the first moon landing is being added to the national heritage list. Australia Post has launched a special collection of Aussie wildlife stamps to celebrate Stamp Collecting Month.

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