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Bad weather Gales Blackpool

Rough seas batter the coast line in Blackpool. Scotland and the west took the brunt of the gale force winds with gusts of 82mph recorded on the Hebridean island of South Uist, and 72mph in Mumbles in south Wales, a PA WeatherCentre spokesman said. * The storms are less severe than Monday's violent gales, which killed eight people and caused damage costing millions of pounds. But police warned motorists to take extra care on the roads and to travel only on essential journeys when the winds are at their peak

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Members of the Australian Lighthorse Association watch over an Anzac Day dawn service at Bogan

Members of the Australian Lighthorse Association watch over an Anzac Day dawn service at Bogan Gate in western New South Wales. Members of the Australian Lighthorse Association watch over an Anzac Day dawn service in the western New South Wales town of Bogan Gate, located 400 km (249 miles) west of Sydney April 25, 2005. The small service held in the township with a population of 200 residents, marked the 90th anniversary of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) troops landing at Gallipoli in Turkey during World War I in 1915. REUTERS/David Gray - RP6DRMSIWIAB

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People sunbathe on Nobbys Beach on a hot autumn day in the city of Newcastle

People sunbathe on Nobbys Beach on a hot autumn day in the city of Newcastle, located 120 km (75 miles) north of Sydney, March 11, 2007. Australia has the highest skin cancer rate in the world, three times that of the United States and six times higher than Britain, and a report by the New South Wales Cancer Institute says that despite decades of health campaigning, the rate of melanoma, the most common kind of cancer, is soaring and is expected to rise another 11 percent by 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) - GM1DUUFGVTAA