Perth is heading for a record heatwave with temperatures tipped to hover above 39c

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Perth is heading for a record heatwave with temperatures tipped to hover above 39c degrees for 5 days straight. New research

from UWA shows suburbs without greenery are much hotter than those with tree lined streets and parks. The research says

Perth's hottest suburbs are Hamilton Hill, Coolbellup, Bentley, Como, Stirling, Kingsley and Woodvale. The Health Department

has already issued a heat stroke warning.

Period4 Feb 2016

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  • TitlePerth is heading for a record heatwave with temperatures tipped to hover above 39c
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletChannel9
    Media typeTelevision
    CountryAustralia
    Date4/02/16
    DescriptionChannel 9, Perth, National Nine News, Tim McMillan and Emmy Kubainski 04 Feb 2016 6:00 PM Duration: 2 mins 6 secs • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: M00064783665 Perth is heading for a record heatwave with temperatures tipped to hover above 39c degrees for 5 days straight. New research from UWA shows suburbs without greenery are much hotter than those with tree lined streets and parks. The research says Perth's hottest suburbs are Hamilton Hill, Coolbellup, Bentley, Como, Stirling, Kingsley and Woodvale. The Health Department has already issued a heat stroke warning. Audience 64,000 ALL, 24,000 MALE 16+, 37,000 FEMALE 16+ Interviewees Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineer|Andrew Robertson, WA Health|Neil Bennett, Weather Bureau Also broadcast from the following 1 station WIN Western Australia (Perth)
    Producer/AuthorNational Nine NewsTim McMillan and Emmy Kubainski
    PersonsAnas Ghadouani