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Sydney has recorded its hottest day in nearly 80 years with the mercury reaching forty-seven-point-three degrees in Penrith. A severe fire danger rating has been issued for the Greater Sydney and Hunter regions, with a strict total fire ban in place for the next 48 hours at a minimum. The previous record for the Sydney metro area stands at forty-seven-point-eight at Richmond in 1939.
U.S President Donald Trump says he considers a new book that alleges he's unfit for office as a work of fiction. Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' suggests those close to Mr Trump have questioned his capability. The President has dismissed the book, describing himself as a "very stable genius".
Most same sex couples will be able to legally marry from Tuesday, and there's a new push to make Tasmania the gay wedding capital of Australia. The tourism council has joined forces with gay rights advocate Rodney Croome to promote the state as an inclusive and tolerant place to tie the knot or honeymoon.
And Nick Kyrgios has powered past Ryan Harrison to claim victory in the Brisbane International. The win marks his first ATP world tour title on home soil, boosting his hopes for a successful Australian Open campaign.
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