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  1. Tasmania had a warmer than average September because of a series of warm fronts from the north. The Weather Bureau's September results show a drier and warmer month than normal. Two warm fronts in the first and third week of September meant the month's average temperature was 1.2 degrees higher than normal. The warmest day was on September 28, when temperatures in Hobart reached 23.9 degrees. The average temperature in the state's capital was 16.3 degrees. Cold fronts from the west meant that side of the state had near average rainfall, but rain clouds didn't make it to the state's north or east, which both recorded rainfall well below average. The wettest part of the state was Mount Read where 470 millimetres was recorded for the month.
  2. If you want to live in an English colony with lots of sunshine then move to Torremolinos or Benidorm, refuse to learn to speak Spanish but do remember to complain incessantly about the locals!
  3. paulv

    A Heart Warmer...

    I saw this on BBC World News last night. Have your hanky ready! BBC News - Kidnapped toddler found by internet users
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