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DROUGHT DRIES UP CHRISTMAS SEAFOOD SUPPLY

If there’s one thing fishermen have on their Christmas wish list, it’s to be on mother natures good side.

Drought has pushed up the price of prawns, while severe thunderstorm forecasts could dock trawlers during what should be the busiest time of year.

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