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Volunteer firefighters have been recognised for their bravery over the course of the tragic bushfire season aboard the HMAS Canberra in Sydney.

Volunteer firefighters have been recognised for their bravery over the course of the tragic bushfire season aboard the HMAS Canberra in Sydney. Meanwhile, the city was bustling with no shortage of activities for Sydneysiders to mark another Australia Day.


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