Sometimes a drizzle turns into a storm


When it rains, it overflows – and boy, it overflows in eastern Australia right now. There was a lot of fun cutting hair after our closure in NSW – but my hair has always been shaken because of this bad weather. And nothing compares with what our farmers are experiencing right now. The floodwaters have become so severe, especially in the central west of the province, that the state agricultural council, NSW Farmers is appealing to states and territories to increase the recent declaration of natural disasters. The chairman of the NSW Farmers grains committee, Justin Everitt, said relief measures would be even more important as farmers said floodwaters had covered their crops – and many had changed their minds on this year’s harvest and saved their homes. Now that La Nina has raised her wet head, there will be no recovery soon. Instead, Eastern Australia has already been identified as “wetter than summer”. There is an outdoor summer that we have been longing for! NSW police are battling wildlife during their ongoing search for William Tyrell. Detective Chief Superintendent Darren Bennett, NSW Police State Crime Command Director said “they are very happy with the way things are going so far”, despite the rain. Our PM was found in the middle of another storm when another Coalition MP passed through the ground. Tasmanian MP Bridget Archer jumped up and down to support the pressure on independent MP Helen Haines to set up an anti-corruption committee. Prime Minister Scott Morrison was forced to push back saying he had failed to direct Parliament. He said Labor wanted a kind of “kangaroo court” that led to the resignation of former NSW Prime Minister Berejiklian last month. “Opponents want to support the NSW-style protests that have been so shameful to the former Prime Minister,” he said. “What was done to Gladys Berejiklian, the people of NSW know, was very disgraceful.” Morrison has changed his mind quickly considering he has promised to provide an honest candidate in the run-up to the 2019 elections. Going back, maybe? Currently in the NT, remote areas near Katherine are battling the COVID-19 epidemic. Officials in the Binjari region say rumors circulating on television are “hurting people who claim to love them”. “We do not want people outside to make us flood,” he said. “We are closed because we are at a very serious battle in our lives.” Did you know that you can receive a daily digest via email? Enter here POINTS TO KNOW:



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