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Don't miss your flood special in Saturday's APN newspapers

CLEAN UP: Neil Dingley joined the crowds that showed up for the Bargara Beach cleanup. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail
CLEAN UP: Neil Dingley joined the crowds that showed up for the Bargara Beach cleanup. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail Scottie Simmonds

THREE weeks after tropical cyclone Oswald brought devastating floods to eastern Australia, your local newspaper will publish a special feature looking at how our region has been impacted.

The news team that brought you up-to-the-minute coverage of the unfolding flood disaster gives you a unique insight into what it means for local people and how our communities are pulling together to survive and get back to normalcy in the storm's aftermath.

The special report includes details of what insurance companies are doing to get people back on their feet and the volunteers who made a difference to our families when it counted.

We speak to the state's peak business body and find out what the affect of the floods has been on the local
business communities and we measure the impact on our local economies.

Our special feature also in cludes a look at the bigger picture with the devastation Oswald also caused in regions outside our own. in eastern Australia, and a wrap of how the weather event affected those regions.

We speak to the volunteers who made such a big difference to people's lives as they man
aged the flood crisis and started to get communities back on their feet.

Don't miss out on this special coverage of this summer's major weather event, only in your local APN paper on Saturday.

Topics:  bundaberg flooding oswald queensland



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