The hottest place in Australia | 7.30

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The hottest place in the country last week was Onslow in Western Australia, where the mercury reached a scorching 50.7 degrees, equalling the record for the highest temperature ever recorded in the southern hemisphere. Climate scientists argue such heatwaves are becoming more likely and extreme because of climate change. Christopher Lewis reports.

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