Daniel Andrews defends cutting down sacred tree for highway upgrade

Credit: SBS- Published on October 27, 2020
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has defended the decision to cut down a sacred 350-year-old Indigenous tree for a Victorian highway upgrade. Premier Andrews said traditional owners of the land were consulted and an agreement was reached to cut down the tree. 'We've done it in as respectful a way as we can.' said the Premier.

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Published on October 24, 2020 -  00:08
Car Narrowly Escapes Being Crushed Under Falling Tree On Highway
This car narrowly escaped being hit by a falling tree blown down by a storm on the highway. The car was moving on the road when the tree suddenly began falling down. Luckily, the driver managed to escape unhurt.

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