One week on bushfires remain a threat

By Jamie Brown
Updated May 11 2019 - 5:20pm, first published February 19 2019 - 4:30am
Tim and John Dougherty on the Clarence River south of Tabulam have already moved to destock in the wake of damaging bushfires that continue to burn.
Tim and John Dougherty on the Clarence River south of Tabulam have already moved to destock in the wake of damaging bushfires that continue to burn.

One week after bushfires began in northern NSW they remain alight, although contained, with fire crews yesterday busy in isolated gullies near Tabulam, where 7660 hectares have been scorched after a rubbish fire escaped from a bin at a property on the Bruxner Highway.

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