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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

A band of cloud stretching from northwestern NSW to the southeast with a low pressure trough is generating showers and thunderstorms, potentially severe. Skies are clearer in the northeast under high pressure.

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Ways to stay cool: Advice from the archives

11:45 EDT

If you're finding the latest heatwave difficult, spare a thought for people from decades past, when the best advice they were given to beat the heat included putting your fingers in grapefruit and taking a water ballet class.

Scorching conditions in Tamworth

09:38 EDT

For those attending Tamworth's country music festival, a good hat is going to come in handy.

Heatwave makes it particularly tough work for shearers, labourers, farmers and chefs

09:25 EDT

When Dayne West is shearing sheep at the height of summer, in temperatures nearing 50 degrees Celsius he turns his mind to the Arctic.