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Flood-hit Australian town fearful of food shortage

Flood-hit Australian town fearful of food shortage

Updated 1 February 2013, 10:38 AEST

While flood waters are beginning to recede across much of the east of Australia, some communities are still cut off.

In the New South Wales town of Maclean, residents isolated by floodwaters are worried about food shortages and a lack of basic suppplies.

Presenter: Jeff Waters

Speaker: Bob Little, supermarket owner, Maclean

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