Sydney to break rain record, Tax cuts to go ahead | 9 News Australia

Sydney to break rain record, tax cuts to go ahead | 9 news australia

9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “Sydney to break rain record, Tax cuts to go ahead | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.

Sydney is set to break the record for the wettest year ever, as rain and wild weather continue to roll through the city. In other news, amid all the speculation surrounding the future of the tax cuts package promised by the government, the skills minister has confirmed that they’ve not changed their position on their initial election commitment.

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