Households across Perth and WA have been dealing with the impact of a historic severe weather emergency with floods ruining businesses and homes.

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Households across Perth and WA have been dealing with the impact of a historic severe ...

Channel 7, Perth, Seven News (Weekend), Samantha Jolly 11 Feb 2017 6:00 PM

Duration: 3 mins 13 secs • ASR AUD 18,296 • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: X00069319107

Households across Perth and WA have been dealing with the impact of a historic severe weather emergency with floods

ruining businesses and homes. The Mortlock and Avon rivers have broken their banks and Ravensthorpe is cut off by

floodwaters. SES crews have been out for much of the day door knocking properties under threat and offering advice and sand

bags to residents.

Audience

111,000 All, 48,000 MALE 16+, 57,000 FEMALE 16+

Interviewees

Carolyn Robinson, York Resident|Dale Keays, Northam Resident|Kim Burrow, Mulukine Resident|Prof Anas

Ghadouani, University of Western Australia

Also broadcast from the following 1 station

GWN7 (Perth)

Period11 Feb 2016

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  • TitleHouseholds across Perth and WA have been dealing with the impact of a historic severe weather emergency with floods ruining businesses and homes.
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletChannel 7
    Media typeTelevision
    CountryAustralia
    Date11/02/16
    DescriptionHouseholds across Perth and WA have been dealing with the impact of a historic severe ... Channel 7, Perth, Seven News (Weekend), Samantha Jolly 11 Feb 2017 6:00 PM Duration: 3 mins 13 secs • ASR AUD 18,296 • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: X00069319107 Households across Perth and WA have been dealing with the impact of a historic severe weather emergency with floods ruining businesses and homes. The Mortlock and Avon rivers have broken their banks and Ravensthorpe is cut off by floodwaters. SES crews have been out for much of the day door knocking properties under threat and offering advice and sand bags to residents. Audience 111,000 All, 48,000 MALE 16+, 57,000 FEMALE 16+ Interviewees Carolyn Robinson, York Resident|Dale Keays, Northam Resident|Kim Burrow, Mulukine Resident|Prof Anas Ghadouani, University of Western Australia Also broadcast from the following 1 station GWN7 (Perth)
    Producer/AuthorSamantha Jolly
    PersonsAnas Ghadouani